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||IMDB Rating: 6.4/10 from votes
||Release: 12 April 2015 (USA) /
||Director: Virginia C. Andrews,
||Stars: Aidan Kahn, Andrew Herr, Anthony Konechny, Broderick Hargreaves, James Maslow, Jason Lewis, Leah Gibson, Mark McConchie, Michelle Briscoe, Nancy Ebert, Nikohl Boosheri, Owen Selkirk, Peter J. Gray, Rachael Carpani, Sammi Hanratty
||Synopsis: It's the early 1990s in the continuing saga of the Dollanganger family. After undergoing psychiatric treatment in his teens following his encounter with his now deceased grandmother Corrine Foxworth, Bart Sheffield has become the sole heir of Corrine's estate. He has rebuilt Foxworth Manor where he is living, and has legally changed his last name from Sheffield to Foxworth. The estate is legally being managed by Bart's father, Christopher Sheffield, until Bart turns twenty-five as stipulated in Corrine's will. Bart brings together his entire family to celebrate his twenty-fifth birthday, at which time an extra clause in Corrine's will is to be read as per her instructions. The family includes: his parents Chris and Cathy Sheffield, whose incestuous relationship Bart is aware; his older brother and his wife, Jory and Melodie Marquet, who are both renowned ballet dancers; and his adopted younger teenaged sister, Cindy Sheffield, who is openly exploring her sexuality. Bart has pushed his... Written by Huggo
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And here we have finally arrived. The last installment in the
Dollanganger series, which is hopefully never going to continue. We
began with Flowers in the Attic, a isolated story that was fairly
interesting, and then Petals on the Wind, which was underwhelming at
best, and then If There Be Thorns which was a suspenseful thriller that
I thought was the best so far. Now, we've come to the finale. The only
thing I know for certain is that James Maslow is in this one, and I
enjoy him as an actor and he's a sexy beast, I mean, delightful human
being. Let us dive right into the deep END... this is...
...Seeds of Yesterday. Seeds of Yesterday starts off thirteen years
after If There Be Thorns, with Bart inviting the family to the newly
built reproduction of Foxworth Hall for his twenty-fifth birthday bash,
and all of them bringing news and their own problems that start to
weigh heavily on Bart's mind.
This is a very worthy sequel to If There Be Thorns. Let's talk about
the positives, because there is a lot of them. The character of Bart is
probably the most interesting character, in not just this film or the
previous one, but in the entire series. James Maslow gives an amazing
performance in this film. I wouldn't expect it from the guy who began
on a show like Big Time Rush, but he honestly brings a sense of
darkness to the character that just works so well. Definitely the best
actor in the film, just as Mason Cook was last time.
The cinematography and music are all wonderful. What's the point of
even mentioning it in these films anymore? They all look very
atmospheric and make any room seem either warm or cold, depending on
what the situation is.
All of the other actors do well, even some of the newer ones who have
been recast again (I think this is the only time Chris and Cathy
haven't been recast in a film!). Some of the highlights, in my eyes,
include Sammi Hanratty as a grown-up Cindy Sheffield, Anthony Konechy
and Leah Gibson as Jory and Melodie Marquet, and they all do a great
job. All of them are forced to do some pretty despicable things in the
film, or experience those things, so having actors who can properly
convey that, is very important.
The plot is pretty good. Towards the end, it does go a bit crazy and
Bart seems to be going off the deep end, but what I previously thought
might have been possession could have also been delusion. The way this
film ends, it's kind of reminiscent of how the first one begins. It
begins, and ends, in the attic of a Foxworth Hall. I don't know if that
was in the book, but that is a very strange way to end the film.
Perhaps my only issue is that I still can't believe that there's
another incestuous relationship in this film, and the fact that for how
much Bart preaches about sex being a sin, he really has a lot of it in
the film. I counted like four or five times he had a sex scene in the
film. The incestuous relationship kind of comes out of nowhere. I won't
spoil it, in case you have an interest in watching the film, but still.
Overall, Seeds of Yesterday is on the same level as If There Be Thorns,
better than the first two and a very intriguing story. I personally
enjoyed the acting, especially from James Maslow, the cinematography,
music, and script. The only things I disliked were some of the plot
elements and the ending, but it's still a great conclusion to this
roller-coaster ride of a series.
8/10. Grade: B+ (Film Grade) 7/10. Grade: B (Series Grade)
Tags for Seeds of Yesterday Full Movie
, Andrew Herr
, Anthony Konechny
, Broderick Hargreaves
, James Maslow
, Jason Lewis
, Leah Gibson
, Mark McConchie
, Michelle Briscoe
, Nancy Ebert
, Nikohl Boosheri
, Owen Selkirk
, Peter J. Gray
, Rachael Carpani
, Sammi Hanratty
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