Despite being a scholarship student in the field of wealth privilege, describing herself as two wounded soldiers on

the battlefield of adolescence, Mendes Dria is the queen bee well placed at the top of the social strata. 

She directs her anger at the dreamy ex-boyfriend Max Abrams who leaks an explicit tape of her. Hawk's Eleanor

 has a chronic complaint against a girl, falsely accusing her of making her out. Nothing in this story seems to work

as Dre warns in voiceover near the beginning of what should be a tipoff of the twists to come, he and Eleanor serving as narrators, 

which doesn't seem to work until the end. Netflix enjoyed much success with the teen genre, covering everything from

romance to thriller, with previous projects offering fresh takes on familiar stories such as Cyrano de Bergerac.

But Do Revenge starts that way before the crucial detour, a strategy that isn't bad in theory but loses something in execution.

from his series personality. Revenge Revenge is not about pulling conventions but simply finding more wrinkle

 that became an established thread. It would do so but for a film where the characters often speak creatively

often speak creatively about their Ivy League aspirations it landed a lot in the safety-school category.