Daddy's Perfect Little Girl


Drama / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 29%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 29%
IMDb Rating 4.9/10 10 413 413

Top cast

Heather Mitchell as Fay Broward
Hattie Kragten as Ella Chambers
Matt Wells as Nolan Chambers
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785.33 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
Seeds 21
1.42 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
Seeds 19

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by newpath-54281 5 / 10

I think the main actress "Ella" is racist!

I watched the film twice. The first time I didnt notice anything. But watching it a second time, I noticed that "Ella" was mean and hated all the black people in the movie. She even tried to kill the black guy "Xander" and her dad's gf who happens to be black.

Indeed, she slashed thew brakes of Xander's bike and she tried to stab the black woman at the end ( her dads gf)

She also told her best friend ( who happens to be black) that she didnt wanna be her friend anymore

So those are all a lot of coincidences that proves that the little girl Ella ( the main actress) is indeed racist!

Reviewed by mja58 6 / 10

I'd give it a look - The child actors are pretty good!!

This was sort of a re-hash of "The Bad Seed", but using a psychological slant for the kid's behavior.

Look for:

1. Ella talking like a regular kid - when her father isn't around.

2. Ella's friend Kinsley also talking like a regular kid - and her interaction with Cecily when she questions her about Ella.

3. The nasty neighbor that gets what's coming to him.

4. The rather poignant ending scene.

I didn't have any drinks while watching - and I still thought it was pretty good!!

Reviewed by burlesonjesse5 6 / 10

VIEWS ON FILM review of Daddy's Perfect Little Girl

"There's something very wrong with that little girl". Uh huh. We're talking being surrounded by a SWAT team with rifles wrong.

Anyway, 2021's Daddy's Perfect Little Girl is my latest review. It's title, well it couldn't be more of an oxymoron if it tried. Daddy's Perfect Little Girl is about a young preteen who becomes jealous of her adoptive father's new girlfriend and her basketball-playing son. The girl in question (Ella played by Hattie Kragten) resorts to murder, manipulation, and all out attention grabbing to drive the diegesis of the movie. You know Ella is a little off literally within the two-minute mark. She's what you call a "brat-a-tat-tat" or a daddy nightmare albatross.

"Perfect" is a character study that's sledgehammered for a good two hours (with commercials). It's Lifetime poster child (no pun intended) with Kragten diving into the role of Ella as if the world was her egocentric oyster. Her dad's persona is completely oblivious, her neighbor is a mean-spirited goof, her Schwinn Elm bike gets a lot of mileage, and her best friend Kinsley (Ajanae Stephenson) acts as a Greek chorus to give Ella up for her wrongdoings. Ella doesn't need fatherly advice mind you. She needs to be put in an institution stat (which happens in the end, sort of).

Daddy's Perfect Little Girl minus its binding production values, is a sort of gender-reversed version of 1993's The Good Son (remember that Macaulay Culkin thriller?). It gets the job done from a narrative standpoint (barely) and yeah, Kragten is committed to her part. You as the viewer, feel no commiseration for Ella and I suppose that's the point. Still, why does "Perfect" project camp when it could exercise a little more depth. I figured it's Lifetime's fault for not fleshing out the anemic script more. Yup, not so "perfect".

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