MOVIE REVIEW: DAYDREAM NATION

Daydream Nation is one of those movies that I found during a “let’s see what’s on Netflix” spree. I saw that the main character was played by Kat Dennings, which immediately lured me in because I love her in everything she’s in. The movie centers around Caroline (Dennings), who has just moved to a small town from a big city. In a drastic turn of events, she decides to seduce her teacher, while juggling a love triangle with a local troubled boy named Thurston, who is quite likable. There are also subplots about a local serial killer, some stoner kids who like causing trouble, and a few other random stories that all work pretty well together to make the movie pretty awesome overall. This is a typical indie movie, so if you aren’t into the whole cool font captions on the screen, ridiculous storyline, small town, quirky people thing, then this is probably not the movie for you. I’m a sucker for a good indie film though, so I was loving it. Overall, I give this a pretty high rating, because I really did love the weird ass plot and dramatic yet quirky cinematography. Also Kat Dennings. xo Miranda

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Miranda Feneberger

Miranda Feneberger

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