Ugh, seriously, what is Hollywood doing. Boy Erased was released this year, and a great film, this is seriously the same film with a female lead, has feminism gone so far now that they have to simply take every film and replace any male lead with a female one? But I'm A Cheerleader was a campy romp back in 1999, had a fantastic cast and was a great watch!! You don't see a male lead copy of that film anywhere. Let's get serious about this Hollywood. DON'T GET ME WRONG....I've adored Chloe Grage Moretz since the Amityville Horror remake, followed her throughout her career so far and have basically loved everything she's been in. Except this.....her acting is great, yet all I could think of while watching this was "It's a rip off of something already done". I almost got my copy of "But I'm A Cheerleader" out and was going to play the movies side by side to see if even the dialogue was the same, that's how much I feel these two films are alike. The story is one that needs to be told, how no one should be told they're evil or wrong for who they love, but we already had that exact message this year with this EXACT same situation with Boy Erased, why do this? Chloe's acting is a 8, but the film itself left a bad taste in my mouth, and a feeling of being ripped off. If you do decide to watch this, I hope you get more pleasure out of it than I did.
The Miseducation of Cameron Post (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie
The Miseducation of Cameron Post (2018) 1080p
The Miseducation of Cameron Post is a movie starring Chlo? Grace Moretz, Steven Hauck, and Quinn Shephard. In 1993, a teenage girl is forced into a gay conversion therapy center by her conservative guardians.
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In 1993, a teenage girl is forced into a gay conversion therapy center by her conservative guardians.
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Boy Erased + But I'm A Cheerleader = The Miseducation of Cameron PostReviewed byworkoutsmurfVote: 2/10
This film is a prime example of what over religious communities can do to people who identify as LGBTQ+. It definitely deserves the rave reviews. It's directed beautifully and Chloe Grace Moretz does such an amazing job showing her feelings without having much dialogue as backup. Definitely go give it a watch! It's one of the best movies that have won at sundance (that I've also seen) so far!
The Miseducation of Cameron Post (2018) was co-written and directed by Desiree Akhavan. The film stars Chlo? Grace Moretz as Cameron, a young lesbian woman who is sent to a Christian conversion center that is supposed to help teens struggling with "same-sex attraction."
The school is directed by Dr. Lydia Marsh, brilliantly portrayed by Jennifer Ehle. According to the movie's hype about the center's staff, these "would-be villains are almost sympathetic."
To me, Dr. Marsh isn't almost sympathetic. She's not even close to being sympathetic. She's a person who has teenagers in her power, and she makes their lives miserable with a detailed system of reinforcements and punishments.
Conversion centers are legal in 41 states. That's a horrifying reality. New York State--where the movie takes place--has made it difficult, but not impossible, to run a conversion center. Each year the NYS Assembly passes legislation to make these centers illegal. Each year the NYS Senate kills the legislation. (Whether the NYS Senate will be changed after the 2018 elections remains to be seen. Even if that happens, we will have to see if they will pass protective legislation.)
The acting of all the teens at the facility is strong. Director Akhavan must have a magic touch to bring out such strong performances. She doesn't need a magic touch for Chlo? Grace Moretz, who is already a skilled performer.
Of course, Jennifer Ehle is a brilliant actor. She makes us believe in her (hateful) behavior. It wasn't clear to me whether she truly believed that she was helping the children placed within her charge, or whether she was just doing this to make a living and exert her power. Either way, she portrays a woman you wouldn't want to cross.
We saw this film at Rochester's wonderful Dryden Theatre at The George Eastman Museum. It was shown as part of Image Out, the excellent Rochester LGBT Festival.
It will work on the small screen. Seek it out and watch it!