Blame (2017) - Drama

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A drama teacher's taboo relationship with an unstable student strikes a nerve in her jealous classmate, sparking a vengeful chain of events within their suburban high school that draws parallels to 'The Crucible'.

IMDB: 5.8
Director: Quinn Shephard
Stars: Chris Messina, Tate Donovan
Length: 100 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 8 out of 30 found boring (26.66%)

One-line Reviews (21)

a cliche.

The story is repetitive and not has one single element of originality, and the screenplay was not engaging at all.

Superb and engaging high school drama.

The actual classroom scenes, wherein the students were working on their characters, were deadly dull because they only seemed to be running lines.

It's going on a predictable but still compelling path.

The movie was great just as a high school drama, with steamy basement partying and cheerleader slow-mo scenes, and was completely compelling as a "forbidden fruit" student/teacher story where no-one is actually to blame.

The story was very slow moving and extremely boring.

The character's were layered and fascinating to watch.

A suspenseful, good watch.

This is one of the worst movies I have seen in my life.

Fascinating .

waste of time , unless you like high-school cheap drama movies .

This movie artfully transcended the possibility of cliché to become archetypal.

Not being snarky here; except for a few Eff-words, this could easily have been tailored for bored soccer moms.

But, for the story, little bit confusing for me.

wich was laughable, I hated the abrupt ending and I was very annoyed by the typical boring Indierock soundtrack mixed with some contemporary crap music that noone listens to in reality.

Despite the compelling performance of the actress playing Abigail, the film had an amateur feel to it.

The most compelling part of "Blame" was the development of the role of Abigail, a student whose study of literature overwhelms her life when she begins to identify with the characters.

I just loved how it did not try to force anything down our throats, when it chilled back it was fun, when it pumped it up it was neat, when drama hit the page it was intriguing, and the climacteric was very very interesting all interlarded with super-stylistic witty repartee and an incredible ending that pulsed deeply rooted to its super universal thematic undercurrent.

There's plenty going on here, beyond entertaining from start to finish--go see it.

its predictable and boring.