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8 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Miss “Love, Simon”

Don’t miss out on a great movie.

| May 15, 2018

Lovable, Well-rounded Characters

One of the striking characteristics of    Love, Simon     is that the four bestfriends, Simon (Nick Robinson), Leah (Katherine Langford), Abby (Alexandra Shipp) and Nick (Jorge Lendeborg Jr.) all have distinct personalities, as well as individual struggles and goals that by the time the movie ends, it feels like we’ve known these characters all our lives. An array of supporting characters are also memorable, from Simon’s family to the blackmailing douche who will never be invited to another party. And yes, we want Simon’s theater arts teacher to be our teacher!

 

Rollercoaster of Emotions

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There’s a rollercoaster scene in the film (we’re actually talking about a real rollercoaster here, people) which is an exact metaphor of what you’ll feel after the credits roll. There’s the rush of excitement, the thrill of the chase, the giggling feeling of first love, the numerous pains borne out of fear and intolerance, and yes, empathy. (We’re not going to spoil anything for you, sorry!)

 

A Mirror of Society

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The world that exists in   Love, Simon   is actually a microcosm of present society, where people are classified based on their decisions. You might find yourselves searching for your character in the film, and ask the question “what would I have done?”

 

Life Affirmation

Love, Simon    is exactly the feel-good film we all need in these troubled times. You bring your barkada, follow Simon’s journey of self-discovery, and maybe get your faith in humanity restored. People have different tastes when it comes to movies, but     Love, Simon,    a film with such universal appeal, ought to be an exception. We just don’t see anyone walking in the cinema and walking out not feeling brand new afterwards. Also, everyone deserves a great love story.

 

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