So Undercover: Movie Review

So_Undercover_posterI’m a big Miley Cyrus fan but sad to say, her latest outing So Undercover was sooo not her best work. In fact, it could have been the worst that I’ve seen her do.

Molly is a young PI recruited by the FBI to go undercover in a college sorority to find evidence entrusted to the daughter of the mob’s accountant. Desperate to settle her father’s gambling debts, she agrees to take the gig and immerse herself in the world of sororities, fraternities, parties and learning where she finds some use for her sleuthing skills that earn her new friends.

How to enumerate what is wrong with this movie? In a nutshell, it’s a total clunker mainly because it was so lazy that nobody seemed to take any effort in it. Miley’s acting seemed disinterested, the rest of the girls seemed cliché. Nobody seemed to actually work on this movie.

From the unimaginative script to the half baked and recycled sequences, Kelley Osbourne seemed to have been the only character who decided to show up but with her limited appearances, she wasn’t able to make much of a difference in the total outcome.

Deciding from the outtakes, I’m glad the cast had fun doing the movie because as part of the audience, I did not. I could only feel embarrassed that my loyalty as a fan to Miley Cyrus cost me an hour and a half of my life that I could not ever bring back.