Two years ago when Cole was about to graduate high school, his friend Oliver (played by Hayden Christensen) left to attend college. Two months later, the two became roommates and began working hard to help pay for Oliver's tuition. Two years later, when his best friend Bee (Zachary Knighton) suddenly commits suicide, Cole once again must outsmart the devilish forces of darkness when new enemies unexpectedly appear.
This film follows a plot line that's similar to that of The Babysitter. In the latter, we are introduced to our hero Cole as he is in search of his best friend, Bee. Once again we see Cole searching for an opportunity to prove himself. In both cases, the question as to how much can be accomplished by a single person, can't be answered.
The film also features several of Bee's younger sisters as well as her mother. The movie was produced in an effort to find an audience beyond the usual teen set. It managed to appeal to adults, but the movie still has a strong message for children and teens alike, especially in light of the fact that the title character (the movie's title character) is a former babysitter.
In a twist of irony, the film begins with a murder of a babysitter that is actually the plot of the film. As a result, the babysitter becomes the central character. This also allows us to get an insight into what this world looks like, and the challenges faced by people who work for babysitters. This character provides some insight into the world that exists on the streets of New Orleans. While this may not sound interesting, the movie does not let you forget what's at stake.
One of the main characters of the movie is named Killer Queen, played by Dakota Fanning. She has a strong physical presence, and she also exudes a very authoritative and confident persona. This strong presence is necessary to the role, because it helps us understand why she is so effective at helping to look after Bee's sisters, particularly when she has to deal with angry parents, a drunk kid at the bar, and other situations.
I really enjoyed watching Killer Queen because she does have an air of mystery about her. and the audience gets to wonder how she came to be where she is now. Killer Queen, as the title character of The Babysitter: Killer Queen, is a definite must watch.