We witness the terrifying events unfold through daughter Judith's video camera, which subsequently becomes Exhibit A.An investigation into a government cover-up leads to a network of abandoned train tunnels deep beneath the heart of Sydney.Amy also tells Ben Boykewich (the guy she started dating after becoming pregnant) the truth, but he is surprisingly supportive and offers to marry her anyway, despite the protests of his friends, Henry and Alice.
This film's only purpose seems to be made for just that, it's an educational video. Some of the reviewers on this site and several others have said that the message is the most important thing about this flick, but I'll let you in on a secret: it's not.
The pilot episode broke the record for the highest rated debut on ABC Family with 2.82 million viewers, a record previously held by Kyle XY.
The season one finale brought in 4.50 million viewers, beating that night's episode of Gossip Girl, which had less than half its usual number of viewers.
In the USA you have those ads "Meth, not even once"? The acting was horribly unconvincing, the characters where flat, shallow stereotypes, and as far as the rape scene: go watch "Irreversible" and then come back and tell me that was the worst, stomach hurting, godaweful scene you ever saw in a movie.
Plus, that movie *will* enrich your life, whereas this one really doesn't.