Sadie (2018)

Sadie (2018)

GENRESDrama
LANGEnglish
ACTOR
Sophia Mitri SchlossMelanie LynskeyJohn Gallagher Jr.Danielle Brooks
DIRECTOR
Megan Griffiths

SYNOPSICS

Sadie (2018) is a English movie. Megan Griffiths has directed this movie. Sophia Mitri Schloss,Melanie Lynskey,John Gallagher Jr.,Danielle Brooks are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. Sadie (2018) is considered one of the best Drama movie in India and around the world.

SADIE is the story of a girl who will stop at nothing to preserve her father's place on the home front. Sadie (Sophia Mitri Schloss) is the daughter of a soldier and models herself after his military example. When her mom (Melanie Lynskey) begins dating a new man (John Gallagher, Jr.), Sadie vows to drive him out by whatever means necessary. He is the enemy, and if she's learned anything from the world she inhabits, it's that the enemy deserves no mercy. The film also stars Tony Hale, Danielle Brooks, Tee Dennard and Keith L. Williams.

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Sadie (2018) Reviews

  • Not a bad film...

    bairjohn2018-11-10

    I was actually very surprised how this film held my attention, it is a very down to earth drama. The acting was adequate but the direction really held it together. The length was perfect, and the ending really made me think.

  • A sad film

    boc3212019-01-01

    Many of us have been resentful of a potential step parent unwantedly stepping into a parent type role. Well what if a child went too far? This film explores cause and effect of a teenage girl who holds her uncaring father on a pedestal, and the lengths she will go to , to keep it that way. As the film progresses, we see that Cyrus, the mum's boyfriend, is not perfect, he has a drug addiction, seems set in his ways, and is weak at dealing with problems. That would describe many people we know. With all these shortfalls i still didn't want to see him the target of the daughters wrath. The plot makes me wonder if this has happened in real life. The daughter only realises her actions are all mistakes later on. I knock a star off as i would have liked to have seen the after-effects explored more deeply. Great film unless you want to see things blowing up : )

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