Girl Vs. Monster (2012)

TV Movie   |  TV-PG   |    |  Action, Adventure, Comedy


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A teen girl goes on a mission to recapture a dangerous monster that she accidentally released before it can do harm to her parents.


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  • Jennifer Aspen, Brian Palermo, Tracy Dawson, Luke Benward, Adam Chambers, Katherine McNamara, and Olivia Holt in Girl Vs. Monster (2012)
  • Tracy Dawson in Girl Vs. Monster (2012)
  • Olivia Holt in Girl Vs. Monster (2012)
  • Olivia Holt in Girl Vs. Monster (2012)

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17 March 2018 | SnoopyStyle
5
| Disney showcase movie
Skylar Lewis (Olivia Holt) comes from a family of monster hunters and she doesn't know it. Her parents keeps her home for Halloween but she decides to cut the power to the home alarm. The problem is that power is also cut from the containment vessel and various monsters are released. Family friend Cobb reveals the family secret. With her scared friends Henry and Sadie, she must recapture Deimata who intends to possess her.

This Disney movie is a showcase for some of its young stars and is aimed for their young fans. It's inferior in many ways. The writing, the adult actors, the special effects, and the plotting are all second rate in one way or another. Mostly, this relies on the movie's young stars. Olivia Holt is definitely a beauty although she may be better off playing the mean girl. Kerris Dorsey plays the best friend and she may have better dorky innocence to accentuate the leading role. Why not have the mean girl and the sweet girl team up to defeat the monsters? The plot doesn't really make any sense. I don't know why she would go to the party except that it needs to manufacture the situation. It does have the central premise about fear which is very appealing. One must grade on a curve for these kinds of movies.

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