It scores majestically on little aspects like the tone of a college or a daily routine of a teenager or the accuracy of the conversations written with different equation and chemistry depending upon the relation. And even though, it goes into similar places as a normal "teenage" feature does (keeping it light and breezy), it doesn't flinch on projecting the dark political side of it too. The adaptation by Elizabeth Berger and Isaac Aptaker isn't smart enough to breed the crisp out of it but it definitely doesn't keep it raw or undercooked. Greg Berlanti's brilliant execution skills is what helps one sail off this feature safely and smoothly to the shore. And if anything that itches all the way down, is the performance which could have been a lot better but instead settles on mediocrity. Love, Simon is an innocent love letter to the teenagers struggling their way across road, told in as much as twisted and gripping way possible to bedazzle the audience.
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Love, Simon (2018)
Simon Spier keeps a huge secret from his family, his friends, and all of his classmates: he's gay. When that secret is threatened, Simon must face everyone and come to terms with his identity.
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The Synopsis for Love, Simon (2018) 720p
A young coming-of-age tale about a teenage boy, Simon Spier, goes through a different kind of Romeo and Juliet story. Simon has a love connection with a boy, Blue, by email, but the only problem is that Simon has no idea who he's talking to. Simon must discover who that boy is--who Blue is. Along the way, he tries to find himself as well.
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that's not the way..Reviewed bymerelyaninnuendoVote: 7/10
I only have two words for this movie, and like above, it's Thank You!!i don't understand what this movie did to me, to my heart, to my life, but i can assure it was something amazing. the love story spoke directly to me and i honestly had no idea how much i needed this love story. it's not about finding yourself, it's about how to tell the world who you are. it's modern, it's timeless. which is why i tremendously related to this movie. most lgbt movies are about the struggles about coming out, not finding yourself, the negatives once you do find yourself and i loved and appreciated all those other movies but this was the first mainstream movie where he was comfortable with who he was he just needed a time and a place to tell the world his secret. hearing the entire sold-out audience in my missouri town explode into cheers, screams and clap made my heart warm up more than it has ever in any other movie. no complaints, this movie was perfect. i cannot wait to finally be able to buy it on itunes and watch it every night. the acting was a 10/10.the changes from the book all worked perfectly and made the story flow better.the high school atmosphere was spot on. again, thank you greg. thank you thank you thank you.i'm writing this on a tuesday right after getting home from my FIFTH viewing of this movie (once daily since the friday night release)i love you: love, simon.
The good thing about coming-out in high school is everyone all ready calls you gay.
Unfortunately for the teenage in this dramedy, everyone thinks he's super-straight.
Ladies man Simon (Nick Robinson) is actually a closeted senior who is caught having an online same-sex relationship with another student and is extorted by a geek looking to date Simon's friend (Alexandra Shipp).
As he goes about introducing his gauche blackmailer to his friends' circle, Simon also struggles to find a way to tell his parents (Jennifer Garner, Josh Duhamel) of his sexual orientation, and to discover his online pen pal's true identity.
While its heart's in the right place with convincing performances and great insight into the challenges of gay youth, this coming-of-age coming-out comedy based on the YA novel comes off as corny and na?vely optimistic.
Moreover, if we ban homosexuality in school there would be no more English literature classes. Yellow Light