A Review Of “Sleeper” By A Review Of A Novel
A young woman named Nicole Kidman is playing a wholesome teenager with a dark side when she plays the sex goddess called Diane Lane in the film, “Sleeper”. She plays the role of this seemingly innocent teenage girl who is being dragged into an extremely dark secret of her own making. When the “slumber party” that her best friend attends turns out to be a raunchy night full of sexual exploits, she tries to prevent it from happening again by pulling out her famous high-heeled shoes to keep the party going.
Her sexy shoe becomes a plot device, as they all try to uncover the sexual desires and hidden past of Diane, played by Michelle Williams, played by Melanie Griffith. With a great ensemble cast, “Sleeper” has great casting. Most of the other characters are also very memorable and each actress played their part with perfection.
The actresses include Maggie Gyllenhaal, Sarah Jessica Parker, Rachel McAdams, Hayden Panettiere, Lizzy Caplan, Ashley Tisdale, Shelley Fabares, Kelly Reilly, Courtney B. Vance, and Kirsten Dunst. Kirsten Dunst steals the show as a sex-obsessed high school teacher. Her role as a lonely yet well-intentioned teacher is just one of the highlights of the movie.
The “Sleeper” film “Sleeper” is not a long-winded movie, but it is definitely a great flick that are full of twists and turns that are played with incredible creativity. It’s pure entertainment and has a great plot.
This was written about the film “Sleeper” by a variety of publications. However, not many people have seen the actual movie and so the comments that have been written about it are generally based on the screenplay that is shown in the movie. The director of the film, Robert Duvall plays a dual role as both writer and producer.
The critics for the “Sleeper” have given the movie mixed reviews and they too do not like the plot of the film. Most have found it to be generic and overly-stylized and while some critics like to say that the movie tries to tell a story, it seems that it is only there to just to fill time. Some reviews have also criticized the acting, with some stating that it was below par and others stating that it was great.
The critics of the “Sleeper” have also expressed negative opinions about the production values and the special effects. But for a film like this that is quite similar to a horror film, many will really appreciate the special effects. There is nothing more frightening than watching a door swing open or a door slam down.
“Sleeper” was inspired by the book of the same name and this was a good move by the producers of the film “Sleeper”. The novel is also a young adult novel that was originally published in 1994 and later expanded upon. This book details the story of two young teens who go to a sleepover party that they do not want to attend.
Most critics were more impressed with the novel “Sleeper” that the film “Sleeper” and it was not bad. It is a quality young adult novel that should be given attention.
“Sleeper” is actually not a suspenseful novel but instead a thriller that was popularized because of the director, Robert Duvall’s connection to the book. The reason that “Sleeper” is a thriller is because it has several twists and turns and while some readers may not enjoy it, most will definitely find it entertaining.
The other reviewers who have spoken against the film “Sleeper” did not like the direction of the screenplay. “Sleeper” is just another thriller in a genre that many reviewers were not too fond of and while some disliked the story, others didn’t care and did not give it a chance.
Overall, the film “Sleeper” was successful in getting good reviews. Fans of the novel and a number of film critics who liked the movie liked it as well. It was entertaining, a little hard to watch at times and has a good story, and plot, however, many critics did not like the direction and did not really like how it was edited for a film.