Only Needy suspects the horrifying reality, and finally it is she who stands between Jennifer and more victims, including a nice kid like Chip Dove (Johnny Simmons), who you know is a nice kid because his name, after all, is Chip Dove, and what kind of name is that for a villain?
It's easy to go on like this, but I'd be missing something.
The portraits of Jennifer and Needy are a little too knowing, the dialogue is a little too off-center, the developments are a little too quirky. But Megan Fox has a tattoo that quotes “King Lear”: “We will laugh at gilded butterflies.” How cool is that?
After you've seen enough teen thrillers, you begin to appreciate these distinctions. How quickly times change.) Fox is also famous for her many tattoos, but in researching that aspect of her image, I made an encouraging discovery. Plus, so far, there are no tiresome rumors about booze and drugs.
She said: 'I’ve lived the life of a 35-year-old since I was 18. I just don’t like them or trust them.' When asked for examples, she cited two of the biggest teen idols - High School Musical star Zac Efron, 21; and Twilight actor Robert Pattinson, 22. That's a joke.'Last year, Megan was romantically linked to English actor Robert during a supposed 'rocky patch' with Brian.
She explained: 'Robert and Zac - they're just too pretty, with the big hair and the suits. She said: 'I just randomly asked someone for a light, and it was him. 'But I'm sure there's going to be a different guy every week now.'Earlier this year, Megan and Brian called off their two-year engagement after the actress declared she 'wasn't the marrying kind', but are still in love and living together, despite rumours to the contrary.
Let's put it this way: I'd rather see “Jennifer's Body” again than “Twilight.”Megan Fox is an interesting case. Fox did her career a lot of good with the two “Transformer” movies, but this is her first chance to really perform, and you know what? She has your obligatory projectile vomiting scene and somehow survives it, she plays the role straight, and she looks great in a blood-drenched dress with her hair all straggly. The film is directed by Karyn Kusama, who in the splendid “Girlfight” (2000), introduced Michelle Rodriguez.
Jennifer is the hottest and most popular babe in school, and Needy is — well, needy. Boys lust after her, she's the head cheerleader, and maybe it does her ego good to have needy Needy trailing along.
Her image gives her a valuable weapon in satiating her unwholesome appetites. Why do characters always enter creepy empty houses and feel their way in the dark, when they should stand outside on the sidewalk and whistle?
Timid lads who would never dream of dating Jennifer now find her unexpectedly friendly, even seductive. Jennifer gets away with murder because, well, who would expect the sexy and popular cheerleader to be a secret drinker of blood and quite possibly a devourer of flesh?
They have nothing to offer conversationally; they’re immature.
I had to convince him that I was slightly more responsible and well-spoken and had other things to bring to the table besides being 18.” PHOTOS: Teenage Megan Fox: What Awkward Stage?