Bad Sister (2015) is a English movie. Doug Campbell has directed this movie. Alyshia Ochse,Devon Werkheiser,Ryan Whitney,Helen Eigenberg are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Bad Sister (2015) is considered one of the best Crime,Drama,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
From the first time Zoe met her new teacher at St. Adeline's Catholic School she knew something wasn't right with Sister Sophia. Was it the red lipstick and refusal to recite the Morning Prayer? Or the way she eyed her brother Jason...like he was dessert? As Zoe's suspicions grow so does the creepy bond between the "good" sister and her brother - a bond bordering on seduction. But who will believe her? After all, Sister Sophia is a woman of the cloth. Or is she?
Guitar-strumming teenager Devon Werkheiser (as Jason "Jay" Brady) is unhappy with "the units" (he means his parents) deciding to send him back to Los Angeles' St. Adeline's Catholic School for another year. Although he looks clean-cut and sings soft songs, Mr. Werkheiser has been quite the rebel. He even wrecked the family car, leaving his seemingly wealthy family with only one set of wheels. Werkheiser's songs are popular on the Internet, especially with sexy Alyshia Ochse (a "Sister Sophia White"). We see a little bit of her in the opening scene. We'll see a little more when a flashback fleshes out her introduction. In short, Ms. Ochse decides to seduce Werkheiser by substituting herself for a new nun at the school... Looking snugly sexy in her nun's uniform, Ochse is challenged by a beautiful blonde who wants to get into Werkheiser's shorts. Ochse confiscates the girl's "Toxic Tramp" lipstick. Even better, she arranges for her young student to visit the nun's quarters and see Ochse in her arousing red bikini underwear. "Bad Sister" gets even worse, revealing old sins and committing new ones... Werkheiser's real sister, also a student at the Catholic school, smells a rat in the nunnery and tries to help her brother get off the road to ruin. Director Doug Campbell and Barbara Kymlicka know their way around the track. They deliver the usual sexy psycho, with the bare minimum of flesh permitted on US TV in the early 21st century. This is nothing special, but it's more fun than nun. ***** Bad Sister (8/24/2015) Doug Campbell ~ Alyshia Ochse, Devon Werkheiser, Ryan Newman, Helen Eigenberg
'Bad Sister' has a wildly uneven tone. It ranges from petty plot pieces that would be right at home in a soap opera, like planting drugs and alcohol on people, right through to murder. The problem is that all of it is done in a completely uninteresting way. I understand these Lifetime movies have a lot of restrictions on them in terms of the level of violence, language and sexuality they can show, but all that means is that they have to be more creative in terms of their writing. Unfortunately this was about as cliché and unoriginal as you will ever get in modern film. The character of 'Sister Sophia' (otherwise known as 'Bad Sister') was the only thing really carrying this. She was mildly well played by Alyshia Ochse, who definitely pulled off the sexy side of the character, and gave a decent dig at the evil side of things. She wasn't given a lot to work with in the script admittedly, so I'm going to give her a pass mark. Unfortunately, as far as positives go, there is nothing else worthy of mention here. An altogether forgettable experience that is not worth your time or effort.
After "Don't Wake Mommy" (and the previous night's disappointment from "The House Sitter") I was beginning to wonder if the formulae of Lifetime movies were beginning to pale with me. Fortunately the next one, "Bad Sister," was considerably better, a film that came from the creators of what I have come to call the "Whittendale universe" — producer Ken Sanders, director Doug Campbell and writer Barbara Cum-Licker (oops, I mean Kymlicka) — because the stories either take place at the fictitious "Whittendale University," a highly prestigious (and expensive) private college, or feature high-school seniors desperate for admission there. There seems to be uncertainty in the cycle as to just where Whittendale University is; I believe one film in the series mentioned it as being in Vermont, but the locale of this film is St. Adeline's Catholic high school in Los Angeles and the Bradys (Robert Leeshock and Lise Colleen Sims), parents of the juvenile leads, fraternal twins Jason (Josh Plasse) and Zoë (Jessica Honor Carleton), talk about driving there to see it over a weekend — which would be quite a long drive indeed. From the title I might have expected a romantic or professional rivalry between two sisters, good and bad, something like the 1931 Universal film "Bad Sister" (Bette Davis's first film and an early credit for Humphrey Bogart as well, in which — much to the astonishment of anyone who knows Davis from her later credits at Warner Bros. — Davis played the good sister and Sidney Fox, the Girl Named Sidney, played the bad one) — but no-o-o-o-o, instead it's a recycling of the previous Whittendale film "Dirty Teacher," but with the kinkiness level ramped up big-time by making the sexually avaricious teacher bent on seducing poor, (relatively) innocent Jason Brady is a nun, Sister Sophia (Alyshia Ochse) — or at least, as we begin to suspect well before any of the characters do, an impostor posing as a nun — who's been hired as a teacher at St. Adeline's after her previous employers, a Catholic high school called St. Valentine's in Missoula, Montana, gave her glowing recommendations. Only, as we begin to suspect from the moment Sister Sophia unpacks "her" conservative brown underwear and then the bright crimson bra and panties she really likes to wear — and the panties are not only considerably hotter but noticeably smaller as well — she waylaid and knocked off the real Sister Sophia and assumed her identity. Like every other bad girl in the Whittendale universe (which seems to consist exclusively of corrupt female teachers going after male students and nubile young girl students selling themselves to rich men to pay Whittendale's tuition), she's willing to do anything to get Jason into bed with her. "Bad Sister" was good clean dirty fun in the best Whittendale-universe tradition, effectively directed by Campbell and mostly well acted; Josh Plasse looks way too preppy in his short hair and ubiquitous dress shorts to look credible as an aspiring rock star (though the songs composed for him by musical director Steve Gurevitch aren't bad at all; throughout the film I couldn't help but remember that Bruce Springsteen went to Catholic school, and some of his early songs have bitter anti-Church comments like "Nuns walk through Vatican halls pregnant/Preaching immaculate conception" that were clearly influenced by that experience, though the character cites Justin Bieber as his role model and his music is considerably closer to Bieber's than Springsteen's, while he sings in such a high voice for a man one of the other characters says, "You sing like a girl," and when my husband Charles came home in the middle of one of Jason's songs he said, "Why is he trying to sing like Tracy Chapman?") and the film would probably be more believable if he'd worn his hair in the Elvis-style cut of his IMDb.com head shot. Alyshia Ochse delivers a marvelous performance as the psycho pseudo-nun, managing indeed to come off like a 14-year-old parochial schoolboy's wet dream of the woman he'd like to lose his virginity to and maintaining her balance between her nun identity and her slut reality even though writer Kymlicka has her lay a trail a mile long, including not knowing the "morning prayer" with which she is supposed to begin every first-period homeroom class, and calling on the students to lead it instead. (One person on the IMDb.com message board wondered why she didn't bother to learn the morning prayer.) Sloane Avery also strikes a nice balance between her character's genuine romantic, as well as sexual, interest in Jason and her reputation as the "fast" girl on campus, as if she thought she could get Jason by making herself seem sexually available to every guy on campus. The actors playing the parents don't have much of a chance to do more than play the stereotypes — hard-assed father and relatively indulgent mom — and the other people on campus (except for Helen Eigenberg's finely honed performance as Rebecca) are pretty much an anonymous mob, but "Bad Sister" is overall a nicely entertaining, if frankly unbelievable, movie that's a pleasant time-filler as well as a good clean dirty exercise in the quirky kinkiness of the Whittendale universe.
This is the film that got me addicted to LMN. Over the top, 90210-like drama (with extra murder) encapsulated in a glorious 2 hour package. Like its ilk, you can ignore the last minute or two of network interference, and bask in the glory of sex-crazed nunnery-sin with exceedingly pretty people and cheese galore.
A nut job obsesses about a singer student in a Catholic high school. So she pretends to be the new teacher / nun and sets out to seduce him. Sounds exploitative and corny? Yes it does but who cares - it's entertainment. The actress who plays the nun Alyshia Ochse is quite good reminds a bit of Olivia Wilde. Her antics are kept plausible. Nothing unbelievable even by Lifetime type obsession standards - yet they are pretty amusing when they happen. Sometimes it seems sacrilegious but then you have to remember she isn't playing a nun - she is playing someone impersonating a nun. Devon Werkheiser as the object of her affections is suitably tempted and repulsed by her. Well done enough for this kind of thriller - wonder what other type of psycho they will think of next?