Good is at her best in the quiet moments when a subtle glance of the eyes and a slice of unguarded shyness shine through. I'd like for Good to live in that space, really set down roots and explore that vulnerability in future projects. There's promise there. Video Girl is the second film that she and director Ty Hodges have collaborated on, and if this what their collaboration yields I'd like to see more.
Overall, I enjoyed the film and was pleasantly surprised but I would be remiss to not mention its flaws, especially when it reaches the latter part. I see what the director was trying to do but the ending would have been more effective if it was a little more ambiguous, open-ended. However, if one of your concerns is that you'll be bombarded by distasteful rap music you can rest assured that this film focuses more on story than "BET-type" music.
Official Site: www.videogirl-themovie.com