First off, this is the VERY first review I have ever written for anything. I want to warn others before they also waste their money or pollute their children's minds. This movie was released a week before my son's 7th birthday, so I bought it for him despite hearing much about it before hand. Within the first 10 minutes I was so appauled by the amount of alcohol, drinking, and characters being intoxicated, I made my son turn it off. I later watched it with my husband and we decided to TRASH IT!! To add to the alcohol use and abuse, this movie also dwells on how evil man can be, promotes violence, uses foul language, makes racial insults, and much more nonsense that is unsuitable for children to say the least. The voices are never in sync with the characters. There are many unnecessary scenes that make no sense at all, much less fit well into the movie. I have seen the majority of animated children's films, and this is by the far the worst EVER!!! Don't waste your money, time, or even worse pollute your children's mind.
I was curious to watch \u201CSecret Diary Of A Call Girl: Season 4\u201D both because it is based on a true story and due to my previous familiarity with Billie Piper. I own one of Billie Piper\u2019s greatest hits music collections (which is pretty good) and I have seen her in a few Dr. Who performances (also strong performances). Billie Piper gives an excellent portrayal as Hannah Baxter. Hannah Baxter happens to be an intelligent high class escort who is incredibly gifted in her job. Baxter\u2019s character is shown to be living in a lavish house and having clients from very affluent backgrounds. Hannah Baxter even ends up working temporarily as a London madam for her boss Stephanie (played in a fantastic way by Cherie Lunghi). Snippets from the song \u201CYou Know I\u2019m No Good\u201D by the late Amy Winehouse are used for the theme of \u201CSecret Diary Of A Call Girl\u201D. It is made very obvious in season four that she makes a good living as a high class call girl and is even offered the chance to have her life story translated into a movie. By the way, the episode where the movie idea gets pitched to Hannah Baxter is extremely humorous. Hannah Baxter also deals with strong professional competition from Charlotte (played in a convincing way by Gemma Chan). In season 4, Hannah Baxter must also choose between Ben (well played by Iddo Goldberg) or her job. I confess that I think that \u201CSecret Diary Of A Call Girl: Season 4\u201D would make an interesting film. Obviously, it would also be a good idea to consult with the woman that the whole series is based on (to strengthen the plot and message of the movie). \u201CSecret Diary Of A Call Girl Season 4\u201Dis best for those who like shocking and racy tv shows.