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SPF-18 (2017)

PG-13 | | Romance | 29 September 2017 (USA)
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18-year-old Penny Cooper spent years pining for Johnny Sanders Jr., but when a mysterious musician shows up on the beach, Penny is torn.

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Pamela Anderson
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Faye Cooper
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Carlos
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Keanu Reeves
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Linda Sanders
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18-year-old Penny Cooper spent years pining for Johnny Sanders Jr., but when a mysterious musician shows up on the beach, Penny is torn.

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Don't Get Burned

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Rated PG-13 for sexual material, nudity, language and some drug references | See all certifications »
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Noah Centineo replaced Jake T. Austin as Jesus Adams Foster in The Fosters (2013). Bianca A. Santos played Jesus's girlfriend, Lexi Rivera, and they worked together for a few episodes. See more »

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I Hate Netflix For This
4 November 2017 | by (Malaysia) – See all my reviews

This movie is terrible. I'm wondering how it got made. It seems like the director was attempting to make a high-brow film that comes off more like an arrogant 13-year old's Philosophy essay. The main actress looks like she was fed the lines one minute before every scene was filmed. The lines are reminiscent of a Sunday Hallmark film. The country singer character seems like a caricature of country singers which was almost insulting. The cameos are bewildering, like an uncle bragging about knowing the President.

It's a Painful, and I repeat Painful watch. Why would Netflix stream such a movie? It's a sight for sore eyes. I understand now that the International Version of Netflix has no respect for its viewers.


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