“Becky G Nude” Review

“Becky G Nude” is an amazing, well-made movie that tells a great story. You will certainly learn a lot about Becky G as he sets out on his journey from being a shy, introverted, and average teen to a confident, outgoing, and talented young man. I was surprised at the accuracy of the movie’s depiction of Becky, but I also found that it was very entertaining.

The story begins with Becky as a shy, introverted teen who is struggling with an extremely low self-esteem. He always seems to be afraid of his own voice and his own body. One day, Becky meets a new girl, Jill, who is outgoing and fun, but only wants to talk to him in her bedroom. Becky is so nervous around her that he doesn’t try to approach her in any kind of way.

After several months of friendship, Becky finally tries to approach Jill for the first time and asks her out for a date. Jill is surprised at how much she likes Becky and how comfortable he makes her feel, and the two of them go on a great date together. Unfortunately, Becky soon gets caught cheating on Jill with another girl, and he decides to confess to her the truth. As a result, he loses all of his friends and everything he once loved – and he’s now afraid to go to school because he’s scared that his parents will catch him.

So, after Becky’s parents tell him that he has to come home for the summer, he gets a job working at a golf course, and Bobby moves in with him. Eventually, Becky starts hanging out with more friends, but one day he finds out that Jill still has feelings for him. This causes Becky to start falling back into his old habits of avoiding others and not being himself.

Things get even worse when Jill is killed in a car crash, and Becky ends up blaming Bobby. However, he soon realizes that Bobby is right, and after finally facing his fear of becoming a ghost, Becky goes back to school, and becomes a very successful teen, and a very attractive one.

Becky G nude is a great movie that I recommend to anyone who enjoys movies about introverts, shy teenagers, and people who have issues with their sexuality. It’s a quick and easy watch and it really gets into the minds of its characters, which is what I prefer from films like this type.