Careful What You Wish For

 

Careful What You Wish For
Directed by Elizabeth Allen
Out June 10

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The erotic thriller Careful What You Wish For has the dubious honor of being the youngest Jonas Brother’s first starring role in a feature film. Nick Jonas is a far better singer than he is an actor, but he’s still better than some of his costars. Unfortunately, that’s not saying much. Jonas plays Doug, a shy, virginal teen who gets a summer job working for a sinister millionaire (Dermot Mulroney) with a hot, blond trophy wife named Lena (Australian actress Isabel Lucas, who tries and fails to hide her accent). The camera lingers over Lucas showering nude long before she gets to speak a line, but director Elizabeth Allen goes for equal opportunity objectification—Jonas spends much of his screentime shirtless, if not completely naked. You can probably tell where this is going: Doug is deflowered in just a few scenes, and he and Lena’s attempts to hide their tryst from the evil husband do not succeed.

Overall, this is a typical thriller with cheesy dialogue and bad acting. But Allen manages to pull off a fun twist ending. The film could be enjoyable under the right circumstances— perhaps in tandem with a drinking game—but in the end, it’s just a star vehicle for Nick Jonas’ abs.

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By Erika W. Smith

This article originally appeared in the June/July 2016 print edition of BUST Magazine. Subscribe today


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