My Sweet Audrina (2016) Rated TV-14

Living in her family’s secluded mansion, Audrina is haunted by her older sister, the first Audrina. The first Audrina was left in the woods after an attack. Based on the book by  Virginia C. Andrews. Starring India Eisley, William Moseley, and James Tupper.

I’ve never been a fan of V.C. Andrews’ books due to her incestual storylines. However, I did enjoy the Flowers in the Attic series that Lifetime did years before this film. This film, however, leaves more to be desired. Through most of the film, there isn’t much to go on – just a lot of secrets until the climax. The whole family is just a big soap opera storyline, and nothing makes sense throughout the story. This film is not worth a watch.

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