The Babysitters (2007) 1080p YIFY Movie

The Babysitters (2007) 1080p

A teenager turns her babysitting service into a call-girl service for married guys after fooling around with one of her customers.

IMDB: 5.73 Likes

  • Genre: Drama |
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.41G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 88
  • IMDB Rating: 5.7/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 98 / 245

The Synopsis for The Babysitters (2007) 1080p

At 17, high-school junior Shirley Lyner is thinking about college and running a babysitting service that provides teen call girls to the dads of young children. In a long flashback, we see what brought her from being a babysitter to organizing and running the service. It starts with Michael, the father of children she baby-sits. A cup of coffee on the way home from his house, a night visit to a train yard, and one thing leads to another. Shirley can be ruthless, and tension builds when some of the clients take the girls to a mountain cabin and bring drugs. Then, one of the girls tries to freelance. Can this end well: is it a tragedy in the making? Do we all have secrets?


The Director and Players for The Babysitters (2007) 1080p

[Director]David Ross
[Director]Paul Borghese
[Role:]Anthony Cirillo
[Role:]Chira Cassel
[Role:]Lauren Birkell


The Reviews for The Babysitters (2007) 1080p


Reviewed byaharmasVote: 8/10/10

Whoever said that brains and beauty is not an explosive combination? Anenterprising young woman sees a way to take control of her life andbecomes a mastermind behind a society of young women whose lives areslowly shattered when they decide to use their charms to make somemoney.

The film starts out slowly and then hits a few highs along the way,giving us a share of strong, controversial and provocative moments. Aswe see the story unfold, we are not quite sure when the dangerous andtragic moments are coming. They are expected, but they are not quite asobvious as one expects. Little by little, we see the girls lose controlof their enterprise, as each person's agenda begins to threatens thegood of the group. Personalities begin clashing as the quiet and demurerealizes she doesn't have enough strength to continue. In the oppositeend, her sister is taking more and more dangerous assignments, and allof this emotional turmoil begins to prove too much for the head of theclub.

In the end, things work out but not that smoothly, and not without acouple of gigantic crises along the way. It is shocking at times, andthere are a couple of lulls along the way that almost derail the film,but it is a movie that shows a side of teens that has probably neverbeen shown before. It will make you think.

Reviewed byQuentin-12Vote: /10

Just saw this film at TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival). Thedirector was there and participated in the Q&A. The film wasentertaining, I'll give it that much, however the major problems stemfrom it just doesn't feel like the film-making team really knew whatkind of film they wanted to make. The tone is muddled and thereforeyou're never really sure how to feel about most of the situations. Thesex scenes are probably the most interesting of the film, and mostlybecause that's really the only time where we really see the charactersand what they're going through. Cynthia Nixon and John Leguzamo play amarried couple, and although they're both cast well and play the partswell I find it very hard to believe them as a couple at all. I thinkthat the writing and portrayal of their characters is fine, it justdoesn't fit. The director/writer seems to prefer going after internalconflict rather than external, the main problem is that in the end wenever really get a sense of how this whole story has affected everyone.We're left on a very vague not that I think hurts the film more thanhelps it. That and it kinda/sorta felt like a newer take on 'Pizza Boy'with Patrick Dempsy (and from a marketing point MILFS are way moreinteresting than... oh my... FILFs?)

Reviewed byRoland E. Zwick ([email protected])Vote: /10

The well-acted indie drama "The Babysitters" takes what appears on thesurface to be fairly salacious and distasteful material and turns itinto a scathing attack on contemporary mores and values.

Shirley (Katherine Waterston) is an attractive suburban high schoolstudent who decides to make a little extra money babysitting for theyoung son of a local couple. When the husband, Michael (JohnLeguizamo), who is clearly unhappy in his marriage, pays to have sexwith her at the end of the night, Shirley comes up with a scheme toparlay that into a full-fledged teen-prostitution ring, with Michaellining up other clients among his married buddies and Shirley settingherself up as a sort of "madam," "hiring" her friends from school toserve as under-aged "call girls." But the folks involved soon discoverthat, when it comes to affairs of the heart and of the loins, one can'talways dictate how things will turn out.

Writer/director David Ross aims at a wide range of targets, from thesterility of suburbia and middle class marriage to middle-aged men whorefuse to grow up – and who, instead of serving as moral guides for thegirls, are willing to exploit them for their own perverted needs - tothe capitalist system itself, at least as embodied by the"enterprising" young entrepreneur, Shirley, who often has to stoop toruthless and dictatorial tactics to ensure the viability and survivalof her business.

But always, beneath it all, there is the intense sadness and emotionalemptiness of the situation, as these attractive young ladies - who arereally just confused and insecure kids under all the makeup, sexyclothing and alluring bravado - find themselves getting into somethingthey can neither fully understand nor fully control. Even Michael seemsunable to separate the sex from his own more romantic feelings forShirley as he battles with jealousy thinking about her with other men.Perhaps, the most indicting line of dialogue comes from one of thecreepier gents who cluelessly proclaims that one day, when these girlsare all grown up, they will look back on this time as one of thegreatest of their lives. Yet, paradoxically, the exploitation goes bothways, as these "naïve" girls, particularly Shirley, wrap a bunch ofimmature middle-aged men around their little fingers, ultimately usingthe men's uncontrollable libido against them.

It is this complicated twist that gives the film its darkly humoroustone and makes "The Babysitters" more than just a titillating andexploitative exercise in finger-wagging moral umbrage.

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