K-12 (2019) - Fantasy, Horror, Musical

Hohum Score

17

Watchable

A brave-hearted girl and her charming best friend make a bewitching pair as they embark on a mission to take down the oppressive schooling system of K-12.

IMDB: 6.8
Director: Melanie Martinez
Stars: undefined, Melanie Martinez
Length: 96 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 13 out of 81 found boring (16.04%)

One-line Reviews (38)

The production is clumsy and formulaic.

I wouldn't call myself a die hard fan but I found her past album, Crybaby, enjoyable.

The storyline was confusing and played little role in these 90 mins.

" sounded too bored.

Personally, I think the whole thing was so cringe and cliché, from the plot, acting, to songs.

Most of the time when the characters spoke to each other the dialogues were very awkward and predictable and the facial expressions seemed forced.

I loved the songs, but the movie was very confusing and didnt make much sense at parts.

One good thing, however, was the absolutely stunning cinematography, which kudos to Josh McKie on that one!

However, many found this film hard to follow.

I wish that kind of plot had been consistent in the movie as it was a very enjoyable last thirty minutes or so because when there was a plot, it was so much better!!!

This movie can barely be considered a movie, as it's really just a long, disjointed string of music videos that only sometimes tie into the plot.

It didn't reach it's expectations, but it was still enjoyable.

The set of the movie is STUNNING, and I'm definitely adding the entire location of K-12 to my travel bucket list.

A Millenial Musical of Enjoyable Oddities .

This movie is a bunch of poorly acted, and poorly directed scenes until we get to the next song which has no story relevance most of the time.

I find it entertaining, a little boring.

Worst movie i have ever seen.

The characters we were supposed to care about were one dimensional and boring.

Cliché and cheap rhymes make this album feel run-of-the-mill.

I do like the intentions that the movie had, representing many issues currently undermined by society, however I feel as though many of them were highly cliché, and were added into the movie's timeline only to make the movie seem more inclusive to all so as not to cause unease when addressing which problems were most important and had to be featured in the movie.

I'll acknowledge the elephant in the room and say that the visuals in this film are absolutely stunning.

Worst movie I've seen this year .

Overall, this movie is worth watching if you like Melanie Martinez and her music, not something that would entertain the masses (which movies don't always have to do).

A plotless abomination of a 90 minute music video disguised as a lackluster movie.

It's basically a 90 minutes music video with no plot at all!

Perhaps it's the surrealism causing the confusion - although there are fine lines between fantasy, surrealism and using the above two to justify style over substance, and Martinez has parked her pastel pink school bus over all three.

This movie is so disappointing, so worthless, and so contrived that I struggle to appreciate it from any standpoint.

All the songs are amazing and the movie is stunning.

As a writer, the script and plot was super disappointing and cliche.

It's enjoyable while getting a point across, something most movies cant do.

Worst movie ever.

I felt like it was all over the place and also a bit dull and cliché as if I could tell already what happens next.

An entire third of this movie (probably more) is just repetitive song and dance.

Also, the whole alien or angel thing was extremely hard to follow.

So the worst thing about this "movie" isn't even that there's no plot or that the acting was practically non existent, or that it was extremely uncreative and bland.

The acting was terrible, the storyline was all over the place and hard to follow, and the first half of the movie kept going off plot.

It was boring and I was just waiting for it to get better.

The plot, or lack thereof, was choppy and hard to follow.