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Love Simon (2018) Full Movie Info
Release Date: 2018-03-16
|Original title||:||Love, Simon|
|Directed by||:||Greg Berlanti|
|Written by||:||Elizabeth Berger, Isaac Aptaker|
|Starring||:||Nick Robinson, Alexandra Shipp, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Katherine Langford, Logan Miller, Jennifer Garner, Josh Duhamel, Talitha Bateman, Keiynan Lonsdale, Miles Heizer, Drew Starkey, Joey Pollari, Mackenzie Lintz, Tony Hale, Colton Haynes, Nancy De Mayo, Natasha Rothwell, David Copeland Brown Jr., Tyler Chase, Terayle Hill, Clark Moore, Cassady McClincy, Haroon Khan, Alyssa Riley Burrell, Mandy Fason, Christian Ojore Mayfield, Bryson Pitts, Samantha Bulka, Baz Ma, Natalia Tureta, Joshua Mikel, Briana Estevez, Jönah-Blainé Bowling, Collin McHugh, Abigail Houck, Jodi Houck, Josh Royston, James Sterling, Tyson Love, Roy Coulter, Patrick Donohue, Alex Sgambati, Sean O'Donnell|
|Production company||:||Temple Hill Entertainment, Fox 2000 Pictures, New Leaf Literary & Media, 20th Century Fox, Twisted Media|
|Distributed by||:||United States of America|
|Translations||:||English, Français, Español, български език, Magyar, Português, Dansk, Polski, 한국어/조선말, Pусский, suomi|
In ‘Love, Simon Full Movie’ a Glossy Teen Romance, the Hero Has a Secret: For the most part, Love, Simon Full Movie Online is an amiable, slick, silver-tongued teen romantic comedy. Set in a particularly idyllic Atlanta suburb, replete with lifestyle wish-fulfillment production design, it’s the kind of movie in which the filmmakers signal their exquisite taste by proxy. (Said filmmakers are the director Greg Berlanti and the screenwriters Elizabeth Berger and Isaac Aptaker, adapting a novel by Becky Albertalli.) For instance, when Simon, the lead character, needs to choose an email address from which to send a series of love letters to an anonymous subject, he adapts a lyric from the Kinks’ classic album Something Else by the Kinks. Which Simon enjoys on vinyl, of course.
The reason for the anonymity is that the high schooler Simon is, like his correspondent, gay. He hasn’t come out largely because he’s not sure how to go about doing so, and his continuing reluctance gets him enmeshed with a thoroughly obnoxious weasel of a blackmailer. The blackmailer’s aim is simple: He wants to gain a romantic advantage with one of Simon’s female friends, and while Simon is in a sense too smart for this nonsense, he reluctantly complies.
In the movie’s last third it gains a lot of guts. Simon has to contend with the fallout from what he considered a necessary hypocrisy and the personal betrayals it entailed. The emotional resonance may be surprising given the movie’s relentless gloss, but it’s real. The spectacularly charming cast, led by the young Nick Robinson in the title role (who brings a knowing touch of 1980s Matthew Broderick to some of his line readings), puts it all across, including a genuinely crowd-pleasing ending.