Somehow this girl, in spite of coming up with no dad and picked on as a weirdo loner in Monterrey, manages to have grown to expect every single adult in her life to let her do anything and everything she wants, whenever she wants. From stealing the school shop car and running away from home, to convincing her uncle to let her move in, then bust out his old race car against his will, then basically give it to her.... lies to her him and her mom about racing, then her punishment is that her apparently rich rich stepdad buys her an entire race team. the moral of this whole movie appears to be that all adults exist simply to serve the whims and fancies of a sixteen Year old girl. Post credits scene of uncle giving her a mint restored chevelle put it over the top and inspired me to write this review.
When a rebellious teen embarks on a solo summer journey to connect with her roots, she finds herself in a new world, geared up for the ride of her life, and discovers she had the drive in her all along.
Uploaded By: FREEMAN
July 06, 2020 at 03:08 PM