LOL tackles the issues of teen romance in the age of social networks and YouTube.
LOL features a hot love-making act between Miley, as Lola, and Douglas Booth, as her college sweetheart Kyle.
LOL is a remake of 2008 French LOL: Laughing Out Loud.
Miley Cyrus, as Lola, will be seen locking lips with pal Emily, played by Ashley Hinshaw.
A recently released trailer features Demi Moore, Miley's mother, discovering her racy secrets in her diary.
LOL is directed and written by Lisa Azuelos and Karim Aïnouz.
LOL will premiere in India on February 10.
Plot: After 15-year-old Lola, played by Miley Cyrus is dumped by her boyfriend. She sets her sights on his best friend. She begins her sexual ...
A still from the movie LOL.
Miley Cyrus, in a coming-of-age film LOL, sheds all her inhibitions. The teen sensation will be seen making out with Douglas Booth and indulging in ...
Direction: Lisa Azuelos
Cast: Demi Moore, Miley Cyrus
It's only the second week of February but it seems unlikely that we'll see a worse film in 2012 than this teen-oriented drivel.
Derived from a 2008 French flick of the same name, Lol is guilty of a muddled script, atrocious acting and lifeless direction, discourtesy Lisa Azuelos who also helmed and co-wrote the original.
A Chicago high-school girl (Cyrus, who should revert to her day job of pop singer) lives with her domineering, divorced mother (Moore, disgraceful). She and her bimbo classmates are only concerned about getting a dream date. Attending lectures and acquiring good grades are, of course, purely optional.
For a bit of diversion, the students are taken on a 'study tour' of France. The film has the dubious distinction of turning Paris into a dull, nondescript city. Almost all the characters — young and old, women as well as men — seem to have applied the same shade of light purple lip-gloss. Or have my eyes been deceiving me?
Either way, Lol isn't worth a damn.