In this article I'm going to discuss the first part of the series The Wrong Missy, a film written and directed by David R. Dinkins. The film was directed by Dinkins and stars Bonnie Bedelia and Corey Haim as teen lovers in a relationship that goes awry.
The Wrong Missy is the third in a seven-part TV series based on the television show Seria, which was based on the comic book Seria: The Quest for Magic. This feature was intended to be a tribute to the comic books, by paying homage to them with a TV show based on the characters.
The movie begins as three friends go out for a night of fun with the intention of catching up with old friends. However, they are kidnapped by three mean girls, who make them take part in their "quest". This quest involves them being forced to compete with each other in various tasks, including a singing competition.
The Wrong Missy is about the characters before they are made into a whole, which Dinkins uses as a jumping off point. The first thing that you will notice is that it is pretty dark, with very little color. Also, the storyline is a dark fairy tale, and some things may be left vague.
The characters in the TV series often turn out to be the same people in the movie, but they are portrayed differently and the two differ. The similarity, however, remains in the fact that the show takes place in the same period in the future, and some events that take place in the TV series are also used in the movie.
The final character of the series, Cindy (Bonnie Bedelia), plays a larger role in the film than she does in the TV series. However, Dinkins made it clear from the beginning that he had a particular focus in mind when creating Cindy, which makes her role in the film seem more significant.
The biggest difference between the two TV series and this movie is that The Wrong Missy is different than the previous two. It has a far darker plot, the characters are much more violent, and a few of the incidents from the TV series are not shown in the film.
Overall, The Wrong Missy is one of the most original films that Dinkins has made, but it's also one of the more gruesome films that he has made. However, it's still an enjoyable film, and I recommend that you watch it.