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Review: 'California Scheming' isn't a well-developed plan

Review: 'California Scheming' isn't a well-developed plan

Charles Manson has been behind bars since 1969, but he's still a hero to budding sociopath Chloe. When the prep-school dropout declares early in the film that her master plan is to become famous, it's clear she's trouble: In the movies, only bad people pursue fame.

In her thick eyeliner and all-black outfits, Chloe (Gia Mantegna) could be just another cyber-bullying mean girl. Her greatest asset as a destroyer is her ability to hide in plain sight.

But she's also model-gorgeous, which is how she gets two dopes to mistake her manipulations for fun. Nick (Devon Werkheiser) and Jason (Spencer Daniels) aren't stupid; Chloe is just so beautiful that getting to be around her is...

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