Love, Simon
Love, Simon
PG-13 | 16 February 2018 (USA)
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Everyone deserves a great love story. But for seventeen-year old Simon Spier it's a little more complicated: he's yet to tell his family or friends he's gay and he doesn't know the identity of the anonymous classmate he's fallen for online.


Very very predictable, including the post credit scene !!!

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Absolutely the worst movie.

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Frances Chung

Through painfully honest and emotional moments, the movie becomes irresistibly relatable

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The movie turns out to be a little better than the average. Starting from a romantic formula often seen in the cinema, it ends in the most predictable (and somewhat bland) way.

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Viewers can look at this movie and say that it has value for its importance, and I think that's true. I would also say that this is just a terrific movie. Period.Simon (Nick Robinson) is a high school senior. He loves him family. He has wonderful friends. He's an upstanding student and is headed to respected university next year. He's pretty much a typical, likable teenager. But he has a big secret: he's gay. When another kid at school, who is also secretly gay, posts an anonymous message on a popular school social site, Simon contacts him using his own anonymous email. They connect and encourage each other, eventually inspiring one another to come out to friends and family. It's fun little 'You've Got Mail' style relationship.The story is consistently well-told, moves at a brisk, light pace. Comic relief always arrives at the ideal time to ease the tension when needed. Tony Hale is an absolute riot playing the overzealous vice principal who tries awkwardly to connect with students. Natasha Rothwell is equally hilarious and entertaining as the incredulous drama teacher. The only complaint I have is that these actors disappear for an extended stretch in the film's middle. In addition to the humor, you'll see a few wonderful filmmaking displays, such as a cut from characters beginning to walk up stairs in one setting to them exiting the top of a stairwell in another. There's a delightful montage of kids coming out to their parents as straight, as a part of Simon's internal monologue wondering why gay kids are the ones who have to "come out." "Why is straight the default?" Simon wonders. Not a bad question. It's that level of creativity and thoughtfulness that elevates what could have been a pedestrian coming-of-age story into a terrific one. If you seek a heart-warming story that won't elicit eye rolls, look no further. 'Love, Simon' is delightful story that will speak to many kids who are looking to feel less alone.

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This film tells the story of a teenager who comes to terms with his big big secret.It is a very sweet and affirmative story. It is warm, relatable and also fun to watch. I enjoyed this heartwarming tale.

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I didn't think that it would be that much good movie. When i was watching it , i was thinking to give it 7/10 but the last 40 mins won my heart. It's an amazing movie. A must watch. I recommend it to everyone.

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After I've read that the protagonist is a gay, it gets my curiosity and wanted me to watch it especially I'm a gay guy. It really gives me a romantic excitement and also a feeling of envy. How I hope that they'd always make a movie like this. Inspiring us and opening our minds that after a rain there a sunshine.Loved, Dota 2

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