As Sarafine, her performance was definitely "Dark", bridging on psychotic. However, I thought some of the other actors, like the girls that played the Barbie cheerleaders, were horrible.There is a way to portray phony people and there is a way to pull off a satire while still keeping it believable.She attended schools in New York City, London, New Zealand, Rome and Australia, one of them being Sibford School, a boarding school in Oxfordshire, England.
If he hadn't made that change, the movie would have dragged on for three hours as oppose to rapping itself up nicely at two.
I thought the acting was good as well, and Alden Ehrenreich and Alice Englert had nice chemistry as Ethan and Lena.
When her mother disappears, Clary Fray learns that she descends from a line of warriors who protect our world from demons.
She joins forces with others like her and heads into a dangerous alternate New York called the Shadow World.
In addition, the effects were cool-nothing to die over, but they served their purpose.
Lastly, I thought the soundtrack was awesome and very different.
Besides plot and acting, I loved the costumes and set.
They were very beautifully done and really captured the gorgeous yet creepy atmosphere of the story.
She was raised in Sydney and on locations where her mother's work took the family, explaining, "I’ve spent half my life on planes. That is where the really arty, whimsical side of the family resided — in hobbitland." She attended schools in New York City, London, New Zealand, Rome and Australia, one of them being Sibford School, a boarding school in Oxfordshire, England.
In 2013, she starred in the low-budget horror film In Fear, and in the supernatural romance film Beautiful Creatures, which was based upon the novel of the same name by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl.
Despite the fact that the LA Times and the NY Times gave the flick great reviews, a bunch of lesser-known critics were much harsher on it.