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BoxOfficeMagazine Review: Twelve

BoxOfficeMagazine: Joel Schumacher returns to the teen movie arena for the first time since The Lost Boys with Twelve, a ludicrous melodrama that makes his 1987 slice of vampire cheese look like high art. Adapted from a novel written by a 17 year old, the tale of Manhattan teenagers spinning toward tragedy (thanks to the usual confluence of drugs, alcohol, violence, absent parents, and desire to be popular) could be an alternative universe episode of Gossip Girl cross-fertilized with Bret Easton Ellis' greatest hits (there are shades of both Less Than Zero and American Psycho).

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