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Neither scary nor particularly funny…
Predictably, the only reason I went to see Jennifer’s Body was because of Megan Fox. Not because I think she’s a great actress – she’s done nothing to prove this – but because… well, it’s Megan Fox. The only reason why she was “discovered” by Michael Bay and put in the Transformers movies was because she’s hot, and that’s precisely the only reason why she was given her first starring role with Jennifer’s Body. Because, really, although she isn’t particularly awful – I’ve seen worst performances in porn movies – her performing skills don’t deserve as much attention as she has been receiving. Yes, that basically means she doesn’t give a very good performance in Jennifer’s Body. And to be honest, that’s something of a disappointment – before watching the movie, I had a little bit of hope that the reason why Fox had given such horrible performances in the Transformers movies was Michael Bay’s inability to direct actors. After watching this movie, though, I concluded that Fox is nothing more than eye candy – whether she’s directed by Bay or Martin Scorsese, she’ll always give a bad performance.
The film tells the story of teenager Needy (Amanda Seyfried), whose best friend is the ridiculously hot Jennifer (Megan Fox). The former has a somehow timid but likable boyfriend, Chip (Johnny Simmons) while the latter loves the fact that she can sleep with whoever she wants whenever she wants. One night, Jennifer takes Needy to a bar to watch the semi-popular rock band Low Shoulder. The lead singer (Adam Brody) gives Needy the creeps but Jennifer likes him. After the show is abruptly ended by a fire, the group takes her to their van and they disappear… Needy fears the worst. Next day, though, Jennifer appears to be all right. It turns out that, instead of dying a pretty horrible death, she was turned into a demon who has to eat boys in order to maintain her hotness.
I understand what Diablo Cody (screenwritter of the fabulous Juno) tried to do. Instead of crafting a straight-forward horror story, she tried to write something a little more humorous and a little more quirky, but the problem with this approach is that the movie doesn’t really know what it wants to do. At times, it can be hilarious – because the filmmakers are providing with a joke or gag or some weird-ish, quirky line -, while at others it can be unintentionally – and awfully – funny. And when it tries to be scary, it utterly – and somehow embarrassingly – fails. You’d have to be either a very small boy or girl or a very frightful person in order to be scared by the movie.
Although the aforementioned Fox is not very convincing as Jennifer – okay, that’s unfair; she is convincing when portraying the mega-hot high-school girl because she’s basically playing herself; it’s when she turns into a boy-eating monster that things become laughable -, the rest of the cast are pretty much all right. Because Amanda Seyfried – who was delightful in the underrated Mamma Mia – can act, Fox’s performance seems even more artificial than it already is. What’s more – Needy is virtually the only believable character in the whole movie, which is a blessing considering she’s the main one. Johnny Simmons is also very likable as Chip – his eventual fate was the only scene in the film that got me emotionally involved with what was happening on screen – and a very small supporting performance by J.K. Simmons – as a school teacher – is as memorable as things get in this film.
Those who want to watch the movie to catch a glimpse of a naked Megan Fox are definitely going to be disappointed. Although there’s plenty of gore, guts and language, Fox never gets naked. During a weird skinny dipping scene, her nude body is hidden from view by tricky camera angles and other techniques, and the only really sexual scene in which she gets involved – not even Fox can make cannibalism hot – is a lesbian kissing sequence with Seyfried. Can’t say it’s not a hot scene – because it is – but it somehow seemed tame for today’s standards. Really, though, these are only very small problems which I could have forgiven had the film worked as a horror flick – the main problem with Jennifer’s Body is that it’s neither scary nor laugh-out-loud funny.
Having seen and appreciated Juno, I was expecting more from screen writer Diablo Cody. This is a case of a very successful – and from what I gathered from her previous movie, talented – screen writer trying to do something different and failing. Yes, her intentions were really noble, but the end result – being, in this case, a motion picture – is nothing short of a disaster. While Amanda Seyfried tries to give her best – unlike Fox, she doesn’t embarrass herself -, the rest of the production is so mediocre I can’t believe someone thought it was worth releasing in theatres. If Jennifer’s Body was a way to prove that Diablo Cody could write a successful horror film, it failed. And if it was to prove that Megan Fox was something more than eye candy, then it also failed. And really, Fox isn’t that hot either. For my money, Seyfried is a million times prettier, and she has the advantage that, unlike Fox, she can act.
Jennifer’s Body, my pick for the worst film of 2009 so far…..
Jennifer’s Body, which stars current it girl Megan Fox, and Mamma Mia star Amanda Seyfriend, is my pick of the worst film of the year so far.
The Oscar winning writer of Juno, Diablo Cody, is back with her second script, the very UNfunny Jennifer’s Body. While her snappy dialog propelled her first feature to box office success, and an Academy Award for her script, her second feature, Jennifer’s Body, shows that so far, Cody seems to be a one-trick pony.
MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD: Jennifer is a teenage cheerleader who gets picked up by some devil’s worshipers and become a demon who eats the guys who like her. The whole thing plays like a bad horror comedy. Fox can’t act and has a great difficulty portraying anything remotely believable as the lead. She’s nothing more than eye candy here.
Amanda Seyfriend fresh from Mamma Mia and the hit show, Big Love, is far better as Jennifer’s best friend, appropriately named Needy.
The ending, while a shock, sets things up for another film, and I heard a lot of whining from the audience by the time the credits rolled.
My advise, wait for this one on DVD, save your money for a better movie.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 42 min (102 min), 1 hr 47 min (107 min) (unrated)
Genre Comedy, Horror
Director Karyn Kusama
Writer Diablo Cody
Actors Megan Fox, Amanda Seyfried, Johnny Simmons, Adam Brody
Country USA, Canada
Awards 3 wins & 4 nominations.
Production Company Fox Atomic
Sound Mix Dolby
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex Gold II, Panavision Primo Lenses, Panavision Panaflex Millennium, Panavision Primo Lenses, Phantom HD Camera, Panavision Primo Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA (prints), EFILM Digital Laboratories, Hollywood (CA), USA (digital intermediate), Technicolor, Vancouver, Canada
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision2 100T 5212, Vision2 200T 5217, Vision3 500T 5219), Video (HDTV)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), HDCAM SR (1080p/24) (source format) (some shots), Super 35 (3-perf) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (spherical), D-Cinema