Demon possession, devilish cheerleaders, and Satanic rock stars are all on the chopping block with this horror comedy from the production team behind Juno. Screenwriter Diablo Cody provides the script, with producing duties handled by Jason Reitman and Dan Dubiecki. The story centers on an impish high-school student (Amanda Seyfried) who has to protect her town against her best friend, Jennifer (Megan Fox), who after being bedeviled by an evil rock band, develops a taste for human flesh. Girlfight's Karyn Kusama directs the Fox Atomic production. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi
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The movie was okay. There were a few parts that were fairly enjoyable, and other parts that seem a bit extraneous. There were a few funny parts, and some pretty good, suspenseful moments as well, but it wasn't too scary. I guess, all in all, a pretty middle of the road movie.
If you are able to get past the misguided previews/trailers, you will be rewarded with a unique and unexpected little horror-ficton film. This is not an "A" rated film, and wasn't planned to be. If Diablo Cody's Juno was saved by a career-performance from Ellen Page, then Jennifer's Body is propped-up by both Seyfried and Fox's screen-presence. The rare beauty of Seyfried in the formal gown will be etched into the minds of anyone paying attention.