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How did you buy your ticket? View All Videos 2. View All Photos Movie Info. When a demon takes possession of her, high-school hottie Jennifer Megan Fox turns a hungry eye on guys who never stood a chance with her before.
While evil Jennifer satisfies her appetite for human flesh with the school's male population, her nerdy friend, Needy Amanda Seyfried , learns what's happening and vows to put an end to the carnage.
Karyn Kusama. Daniel Dubiecki , Mason Novick , Jason Reitman. Diablo Cody. Nov 25, Fox Atomic. Megan Fox Jennifer. Amanda Seyfried Needy. Johnny Simmons Chip.
Adam Brody Nikolai. Simmons Mr. Amy Sedaris Toni Lesnicky. Kyle Gallner Colin Gray. Chris Pratt Roman Duda. Cynthia Stevenson Chip's Mom. Juno Rinaldi Officer Warzak.
Karyn Kusama Director. Diablo Cody Screenwriter. Daniel Dubiecki Producer. They found this to be more enjoyable.
Erik Nordby of KNB known for his work on The Haunting in Connecticut , which also features co-star Kyle Gallner stated, "We immediately went into pitch mode in January and spent a solid two weeks trying to not only bid the script but also collect as much reference material and stuff for the first client get together.
From there, KNB "produced some tests, grabbing a bunch of stills from [Fox] and [did their] work to indicate how that balance could exist between special effects and visual effects and still maintain a level of subtlety" and that "[MPC] responded really well".
The teams wanted to "maintain some sort of the Megan Fox allure" but said that it was "incredibly difficult because as soon as [they] warped her face in any direction, the shine kind of came off it".
To combat this, they ended up focusing on anything below her nose, where they had the freedom to make things "as horrific as [they] needed to" and then above her nose, "[they] could manipulate it somewhat with warps and color correction in her eye sockets.
So even at her worst, she had some of that sexiness throughout". Nordby said most of the attention was devoted to Jennifer's face and that "very quickly in combination" with special effects and makeup, MPC thought up a five-station system for what Jennifer goes through.
Nordby stated:. Stage one is beautiful Jennifer and then two and three were strictly makeup where her eyes become more recessed and she would start to look plain like the rest of us.
And stage four was some custom dentures that KNB made for her, and then visual effects in stage four was mainly facial warping and recessing her eyes some more and having a pinning effect to her irises and a variety of other musculature deforms, just bringing her cheek bones down more.
And stage five was the full on, as crazy as it gets, which you don't really see until near the end. During testing, Nordby and the special effects teams realized that getting Fox in and out of the appliance used to create Jennifer's murderous jaw would be too time-consuming.
To remedy this, they hired a photo double. He said that "when it came time to shoot any of these jaw moments, [Fox] would act out in rehearsal how she was going to attack her victim and [they would] fine tune that blocking so it was relatively locked".
Additionally, the team would have Fox wear contact lenses and go through exactly the same motions as normal Jennifer. Nordby spent a significant amount of time shooting "the articulating jaw" scene because they had "ultimate control over how the light was hitting the head".
He said, "This so-called jaw shot became a pivotal point, because for four months of the post, the filmmakers thought the film was getting too scary so MPC pulled back on the jaw and then they thought it wasn't scary enough.
These different poses helped the two teams perfect the jaw scenes. MPC additionally worked on the disappearing waterfall that serves as Jennifer's grave when she is killed at the beginning of the film.
They transformed the mysterious waterfall into a whirlpool. And the night shots play a pivotal role in the film, and we do a huge crane over.
Nordby said, "I eventually lowered down a shot—a ton of reference of the area because I knew we'd have to do some digi-matte work to recreate the basin that the whirlpool ends up in.
The CG Supervisor, Pete Dionne, presented a different idea. During the film's fire scene, Cody appears as a character in the barroom. She had asked to be set on fire.
By the way, they would not allow me to do a full burn for insurance purposes, even though I argued that Burt Reynolds had done it once", stated Cody.
To me, there's nothing more horrifying than being stuck in a claustrophobic space as it is burning down so, to me, it was more like tapping into a personal fear.
That's not tough. In late , Fox Atomic had plans to film Jennifer's Body before a possible writer's strike. When the Writers Guild of America strike began, shooting was then moved to March 7, , in Burnaby , British Columbia , specifically at Robert Burnaby Park near Cariboo Hill Secondary School.
Some of the scenes, particularly those situated in a school setting, were filmed in local Vancouver -area schools such as Vancouver Technical Secondary School , Langley Secondary School and University Hill Secondary School.
The waterfalls scene was filmed at the Devil's Kettle waterfall in the Judge C. Magney State Park near Grand Marais, Minnesota. Fox said that while filming her highly anticipated kissing scene with Seyfried that Seyfried was "extremely uncomfortable" but that she herself was not.
It is a woman. With a woman's smell—soft and floraly—and maybe the pheromones are different. Something about it felt uncomfortable for me.
Music was incorporated as an essential part of the film; there are "very specific bands" placed in band posters in some parts, such as in the selection of the band poster on the walls of the bar.
She said, "As the movie progresses, it becomes a pretty clearly music-oriented movie. It's sort of a youth movie.
Some of those bands were totally made up and some of them are not. Film critic Roger Ebert enjoyed the film, dubbing it a " Twilight for boys" and saying "as a movie about a flesh-eating cheerleader, it's better than it has to be.
This isn't your assembly-line teen horror thriller". Additionally, he complimented Fox as "[coming] through" in her portrayal and "play[ing] the role straight".
He gave the film three out of four stars. It's not hard to imagine she can have anyone who takes her fancy".
Charity credited the dialogue as "bitingly smart, funny teen-speak Mary Pols of Time magazine called the film entertaining and reasoned "[t]here is a lot of intelligent camp here, and some sharply observed characterizations" and Cody and Kusama's "depiction of the ways in which women like Needy are willing to compromise themselves to indulge an ultimately less secure friend is spot-on".
The Miami Herald 's Rene Rodriguez likened the film's "[effective exploitation] of the genre as a metaphor for adolescent angst, female sexuality and the strange, sometimes corrosive bonds between girls who claim to be best friends" to Brian De Palma 's film Carrie.
Scott of The New York Times concluded "the movie deserves—and is likely to win—a devoted cult following, despite its flaws" and that "[these flaws] are mitigated by a sensibility that mixes playful pop-culture ingenuity with a healthy shot of feminist anger".
Giving a partially negative review of the film was Joshua Rothkopf of Time Out New York , who said the "movie has a centerfold sheen to it—and some lesbianic soft-core flirtation to match—as its plot dives deeply into Twilight -esque heavy-melo meltdown in the last act" and that "Cody throws one too many losses at Needy; the screenwriter loses her satiric way about halfway through.
But for a while, this has real fangs". Watch it, forget it, move on". An episode of Murder, She Wrote has more thrills. At all".
Michael Sragow of Baltimore Sun described the only "perfect aspect" of Jennifer's Body as being its title. In , Constance Grady reported in Vox that a new critical consensus was forming that appreciated the film as a "forgotten feminist classic".
Now, Grady wrote, this straight male gaze is no longer the default for film critics or for the broader audience as a whole.
According to the screenwriter, Diablo Cody, the film was marketed "all wrong. That's who's going to see it. And I was like.
This is a movie for girls too! That audience, they did not attempt to reach. In , the film was categorized as a horror classic. Box-office analysts and critics debated the film's underperformance.
Analyst Jeff Bock, of Exhibitor Relations, reasoned the film underperformed at the box office due to two reasons; the first, he said, is the genre.
Bock stated that Americans get horror and comedy, but with the idea "of those two things together in one place, people suddenly get very dumb".
He noted films Tremors , Slither , Shaun of the Dead , Eight Legged Freaks and The Evil Dead series , and said that while many of those are considered critical and business successes, "none of them have brought in the megabucks that a simple horror or comedy can.
Despite other R-rated horror films having centered around teenagers, some such as Scream having been successful, Bock said the second reason Jennifer's Body under-performed at the box office is the R-rating, which he described as a "killer" for the film.
He said the film is set in high school and "sounds like the perfect package for teens" but that "the R rating banned many teens from the theaters" and the studio was left with "an R-rated film marketed to whom, exactly?
VanAirsdale of Movieline echoed Sperling's sentiment about the weekend, as "some of the stinkiest high-profile openings in recent memory". The first, he said, is the distributor.
VanAirsdale classified this as a "[b]ig mistake" and that "[y]ou'd have to go back to The Devil Wears Prada to find an example of a Fox release that worked without a genuine male lead; you'd probably have to go back to Aliens to find a genre example of such that they pulled off successfully.
VanAirsdale cited the release date and screening as the third and fourth reasons; he said there was confusion about what day the film was going to debut in theaters, and that Toronto is "a nation removed from the audience where the film's actual momentum had been accruing for at least a month" and that "this rarely works for early fall releases; not because news doesn't travel, obviously, but because it peels away a layer of accessibility that accompanies New York and L.
He mentioned Ty Burr 's review in particular, and stated that the film could perhaps have used more horror and been funnier, but that the film is "ultimately a movie about two teenage girls' misadventures in victimization" and that "[t]he jokes are virtually incidental to the friction imposed on women who happen to be two sides of the same coin.
Who's the monster, and who made the monster? Sorry if you wanted Heathers with demons, fellas. Equipment's cheap these days; perhaps make your own?
She's young and has a lot of promise. The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray on December 29, in the United States and Canada.
In Australia, the DVD and Blu-ray was released on May 18, The UK Blu-ray lacks most of the extras found on the locked US release. In addition, the album features new songs from pop rock artists such as Cobra Starship and Panic!
The album received a 3 out of 5 review from Allmusic , who described the album as having "a slightly different spin, mixing indie with the more expected punk, emo, and metal".
Next day, though, Jennifer appears to be all right. It turns out that, instead of dying a pretty horrible death, she was turned into a demon who has to eat boys in order to maintain her hotness.
I understand what Diablo Cody screenwritter of the fabulous Juno tried to do. Instead of crafting a straight-forward horror story, she tried to write something a little more humorous and a little more quirky, but the problem with this approach is that the movie doesn't really know what it wants to do.
At times, it can be hilarious - because the filmmakers are providing with a joke or gag or some weird-ish, quirky line -, while at others it can be unintentionally - and awfully - funny.
And when it tries to be scary, it utterly - and somehow embarrassingly - fails. You'd have to be either a very small boy or girl or a very frightful person in order to be scared by the movie.
Although the aforementioned Fox is not very convincing as Jennifer - okay, that's unfair; she is convincing when portraying the mega-hot high-school girl because she's basically playing herself; it's when she turns into a boy-eating monster that things become laughable -, the rest of the cast are pretty much all right.
Because Amanda Seyfried - who was delightful in the underrated Mamma Mia - can act, Fox's performance seems even more artificial than it already is.
What's more - Needy is virtually the only believable character in the whole movie, which is a blessing considering she's the main one.
Johnny Simmons is also very likable as Chip - his eventual fate was the only scene in the film that got me emotionally involved with what was happening on screen - and a very small supporting performance by J.
Simmons - as a school teacher - is as memorable as things get in this film. Those who want to watch the movie to catch a glimpse of a naked Megan Fox are definitely going to be disappointed.
Although there's plenty of gore, guts and language, Fox never gets naked. During a weird skinny dipping scene, her nude body is hidden from view by tricky camera angles and other techniques, and the only really sexual scene in which she gets involved - not even Fox can make cannibalism hot - is a lesbian kissing sequence with Seyfried.
Can't say it's not a hot scene - because it is - but it somehow seemed tame for today's standards. Really, though, these are only very small problems which I could have forgiven had the film worked as a horror flick - the main problem with Jennifer's Body is that it's neither scary nor laugh-out-loud funny.
Having seen and appreciated Juno, I was expecting more from screen writer Diablo Cody. This is a case of a very successful - and from what I gathered from her previous movie, talented - screen writer trying to do something different and failing.
Yes, her intentions were really noble, but the end result - being, in this case, a motion picture - is nothing short of a disaster. While Amanda Seyfried tries to give her best - unlike Fox, she doesn't embarrass herself -, the rest of the production is so mediocre I can't believe someone thought it was worth releasing in theatres.
If Jennifer's Body was a way to prove that Diablo Cody could write a successful horror film, it failed.
And if it was to prove that Megan Fox was something more than eye candy, then it also failed. And really, Fox isn't that hot either.
For my money, Seyfried is a million times prettier, and she has the advantage that, unlike Fox, she can act. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search.
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