Skate Kitchen is in select theaters on August 24th, 2018.

Skate Kitchen takes you on the journey of a young teenaged girl, Camilla, from Long Island. Living a lonely and almost “lost” life in big New York City; skating seems to be her only passion. When she encounters a problematic skating injury, her mother bans her from ever using her skateboard again. However, there was nothing that was going to stop Camilla (Rachelle Vinberg) from skating away from all her problems. New York City quickly found a way into Camilla’s heart when she went searching for a place, any place far from her mother, to skate. Befriending a group of skateboarding girls and boys, she begins to understand friendship and its limitless boundaries.

This movie wasn’t bad but it wasn’t something that I, personally, would go see in the theaters. It was merely just a bunch of kids skateboarding and getting into some fights. It went a little slower than I would have preferred during some parts of the movie. Not too much action or excitement here. I am not going to lie I was waiting for something drastic to happen, like another serious injury, to spice up the movie a bit. But unfortunately, nothing like that occurred. I probably won’t be recommending this movie to any of my friends. It seemed like a movie younger teenagers might enjoy.

Rating: 2.5 out of 5


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