True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet:
Lifetime Movie starring Valerie Bertinelli (One Day at a Time, Touched by an Angel, Finding John Christmas...) and Joanna 'JoJo' Levesque (singer and actress, American Dreams, RV, etc...)
Shenae Grimes ... Marissa
Joanna 'JoJo' Levesque ... Morgan Carter / Claudia Miller
Valerie Bertinelli ... Aunt Trudy
Lynda Boyd ... Bianca Carter
Alexandria Galante ... Magazine Girl
Ian Nelson ... Eli Walsh
Leah Cudmore ... Debbie
Jonathan Potts ... Principal Bowman
Rebecca Amare ... Bethany
Christopher McGuire ... Club guy #1
Mary Kitchen ... Local Reporter
Teen actress Morgan Carter is a Hollywood princess, until the day that her hard-partying ways get the best of her. After she collapses outside a Hollywood nightclub, Morgan's mother sends her to live incognito in the wilds of Fort Wayne, Indiana, with her Aunt Trudy. With a new look and a seriously depleted budget, Morgan enters a suburban high school with a new identity and a bad attitude. But it's not long before a cute boy next door turns her head. And suddenly Morgan finds herself caught between the bright lights of Hollywood and a simple life with the boy she loves.
Beware of Language, Lying, and Teen Drinking. Not for Young Viewers.
Beyond those issues, it is actually a pretty interesting, well-acted movie. You are on this adventure with Morgan, the Hollywood starlet, who is adjusting to living a normal life - incognito as Claudia, in Indiana, the fly over state.
Will she ever find true friends there?
Can she stop turning to drinking whenever life throws her curve balls?
Will she and "Aunt" Trudy become friends?
Can she learn to discount shop at the local mall... and eat regular calorie - filled food?
Eventually... the answer to all of these Questions is Yes... and Morgan learns to stop lying and tell the truth.
Language used - H-LL, B-Word, D--N, & Oh my G--
See or Skip:
See, Teens and up... but please beware of the issues I listed above - Language, Lying, and Teen Drinking.
Lying and Teen Drinking are turned around to be unacceptable and wrong in the end- so there are good lessons to learn.