For her first post-Hunger Games
outing, Jennifer Lawrence chose to star in the muddled teen thriller known as House at the End of the Street
(the Twitter hashtag was officially deemed #HATES, for anyone who’s counting and has an ironic sense of humor). Indeed, this by-the-numbers shocker combines Fatal Attraction
, but forgets to steam up the screen or even bother to explain its convoluted plot. The flick might entertain girls yearning for loner love stories gone wrong, but studied viewers will be yawning at the empty thrills and a villain who’s less scary than the price of concessions at the theater. By the time the film ineleg...