SADIE’S LAST DAYS ON EARTH (Limited Theatrical Release USA/Canadian 2016)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.1|5.0 Starsììì

Sadie’s Last Days On Earth—a Canadian comedy—is a light romp for the teenager. It feels like Disney’s Lizzy McGuire, but doesn’t quite make the grade. However, it does showcase the talent of Morgan Taylor Campbell, an up and coming, Canadian actress. She displays a wide range of talent and definitely has a future as an actress. With the right script and a little tweaking in direction, she will do quite well. Is it a watch? For the young, girly teen audience, it’s cute, clean, and will entertain.

Storyline

Sadie Mitchell (Morgan Taylor Campbell) firmly believes the world is coming to an end. She warns all her friends and settles in for survival with everything in place—survival packs, food, and properly equipped shelter. But there are a few things she would like to accomplish before it’s all over.

Additional Thanks

Thank You to Director Michael Seater for his directing efforts. Thank you to Executive Producers Steve Flewelling, Scott Garvie, Christina Jennings, Chad Maker, and David Miller for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Sadie Mitchell (Morgan Taylor Campbell), Brennan (Clark Backo), Jack Diaz (Ricardo Hoyos), Teddy (Munro Chambers), Connie Nichol (Paula Brancati), Hope Mitchell (Helene Joy), Roger Mitchell (Peter Keleghan), Gord (George Stroumboulopoulos), and Burt (John Ralston).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Maybe. For a young, girly pre-teen and teen audience it will work even though it doesn’t quite meet the standards of Hannah Montana, Lizzy Maguire, Hillary Duff, Raven Simone, or Selena Gomez teen entertainment.

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