1718 Studio, Legacy Filmworks

Amanda Crew, Peter Benson, Ali Liebert, Serinda Swan, Ryan Kennedy, Moneca Delain, Tony Alcantar, Luisa D’Oliveira, Carmen Lavigne

Britney (Amanda Crew) learned early on that love is a fickle thing. Being a strong opponent of relationships, she latches on to a clever racket. She becomes the “Break Up Artist” who, for a fee, will break up for you. She has a number of scenarios, from “It’s not you, it’s me” to “She just needs a little space to find herself” and much, much, more. (There is a referral to a gastroenterologist for a poor fellow who has a flatulence problem). But finally Britney meets a guy who hits it off with her in every way. She’s finally in love, but this guy may not be who he appears to be. Hilarity ensues.

Break Up Artist is not a great movie. It’s mindless, and almost plotless, but it’s is brainless fun, especially for younger girls. Amanda’s supporting cast of helpers who are also flighty and brainless most of the time are funny, and there are a few laughs. This is not supposed to be meaningful cinema. But for the audience it’s designed for, it’s definitely a lot of fun. Just sit back and watch the trouble build.

Mediocre teen romantic comedy, available on NetFlix Watch Instantly.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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