Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
It isn't a really good movie, but there's real talent in it. Read full review
An enjoyably cheesy teen melodrama with a touch of indie edge. Read full review
It doesn't belong at a megaplex. It should be playing on a Clear Channel station. Read full review
There is a good movie here--Strait actually sings the songs that stand on their own, and he's appealing, despite the rock movie cliches. Read full review
The trouble with Undiscovered isn't that it's actively annoying but it's so dramatically listless it seems determined to become Unremembered. Read full review
Too inert to be titillating, too generic to be engaging. Read full review
On paper, the "rising stars" of Meiert Avis' low-flying romantic comedy Undiscovered are Steven Strait and Pell James, but the real star is Tyson the Skateboarding Dog. Read full review
An entirely dispensable, soapy caricature of a love story that comes complete with a jukebox full of music industry cliches plus Ashlee Simpson's big feature film debut. Read full review
The movie plays more like a WB network teen drama than something audiences should be expected to pay to see. Read full review
As Brier's comrade-in-lip-gloss, Ashlee Simpson, dressed to look like a teenybop girl version of Crispin Glover in "River's Edge," is the real deal -- in fake cred. Read full review
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