This takes place several years before Cruel Intentions (1999), back to when Kathryn first meets Sebastian, their sexual attraction to each other and their enjoyment in destroying the lives of their peers.
Two guys at a college prep school make wagers on seducing naive young girls, and then meet their match when they agree to see which one can seduce the most popular and devious girl who has her own agenda to everything.
Lily is a sheltered art student from Michigan going to school in California. She finds an apartment and her roommates aren't quite normal. One day she finds a box of items belonging to a ... See full summary »
A few years before the events depicted in the 1999 film. It follows the lives of rich step siblings Sebastian Valmont and Kathryn Merteuil as they playfully manipulate the people surrounding them at their exclusive New York prep school.Written by
When Tiffany is massaging Sebastians back in the first shot its still oily but in the next shots his back suddenly becomes dry. See more »
[On the phone]
I'll be there in an hour.
Sounds Great. The new James Van Der Beek film's playing in town.
Perfect. You're sure your dad won't mind?
No, he's out of town for the night. It's just me and Mr. Whiskers.
My pussy, silly
Oh... Okay, well I'll see you soon. All right. Bye.
[Hangs up phone]
The school virgin's home alone with her pussy, and I'm taking her to see Dawson. God, I've become a total fag.
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The original pilot episode and most of the first two episodes of the original shot footage were included in the movie but here are the major differences from the TV series to actual movie:
Sarah Thompson's character was actually called Annette Hargrove but is now called Danielle Sherman.
Keri Lynn Pratt's character was actually called Cecile Caldwell, but is now called Cherie Crayman.
"TV friendly" dialog was originally used instead of what is currently present.
A different score and soundtrack was used.
Certain sub-plots (More about secret Manchester Prep tribunal, characters Penny Cartwright, Todd Michaels, Millicent Davies, Nigel Danby, etc.) were dropped from the plot completely focusing on the Merteuil/Valmont family completely.
10 minutes of newly added footage which was shot in 2000, including the shower sex scene with the twins, and the twist ending.
Sleazy teen-market trash to capitalize on the success of it's theatrical predecessor.
This one, like the teeny-bop remake of DANGEROUS LIAISONS, is populated by fragile, pasty teens whose sex scenes are vapid and unimpressive, unless you're an easily turned-on adolescent. Utterly cute in the worst sense of the word and, sadly, lacking any prurient interest.
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