The DUFF 2015-02-20 ( current )

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Bianca's universe turns upside down when she learns that her high school refers to her as a ‘DUFF' (Designated Ugly Fat Friend). Hoping to erase that label, she enlists the help of a charming jock and her favorite teacher. Together they'll face the school's mean girl and remind everyone that we are all someone's DUFF… and that's totally fine.

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The DUFF User reviews

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> It's not about a GEEK, but somebody's DUFF. Yet, another movie about an intelligent high school teen girl who socially unfit among others. After realising her issue, she fights back to regain what she was missing. This type of concept is extremely common, but initiating a fresh idea on where the narration can develop the plots and finishes off high note is the vital for a movie's success. This film had one of that and that is called the DUFF. You can find out what that stands for in its official posters. The movie was above the average. The characters were great, but not the unique ones. Everything was enjoyable, I mean it was not a usual annoying teen movie. Well directed because he got a good screenplay that extracted from the book of the same name. The cast was good, nice performances and so it is official that Bella Thorne classified for those mean girl roles. Anyway the main character Bianca was so good. Whitman was too old for the role, but outclassed it. Carefully handled to get under the PG13, and it succeeds. So kids with the matured minds are pretty much allowed to watch it and I don't see any serious offensive to keep them away other than facts the film talks about. Overall a nice watch for sure. 6.5/10

Cast:
  • Mae Whitman
  • Robbie Amell
  • Bella Thorne
  • Bianca A. Santos
  • Skyler Samuels
Crew:
  • Ari Sandel (Director)
  • Josh A. Cagan (Screenplay)
  • Steven Bello (Executive Producer)
  • Susan Cartsonis (Producer)
  • Ted Gidlow (Executive Producer)
Company:

Wonderland Sound and Vision

Country:

United States of America

Genres:

Romance

Release Date:

2015-02-20 USA

Run Time:

100 min

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