Me and Earl and the Dying Girl User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.33

Current Rating: 4.33

based on 20 votes and 8 reviews

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  • 5 stars Excellent! Best movie I've seen in a long time!
  • 5 stars This film is remarkably good. How refreshing to have a film about young adults that is neither patronizing nor formulaic. There is fine acting, by unknown actors, depicting real life characters in poignant and sensitive situations. It moves from being very funny to sadness without being cloying or forced. Excellent movie.
  • 5 stars Absolutely brilliant ! Superbly written, directed, acted and filmed. Heart rendering depiction of life, love and tragedy.
  • 5 stars I found the layered interaction between the characters refreshing. Comedic and thought provoking. I learned a lot about myself by watching this exceptionally written and fabulously acted movie.
  • Great movie. Do not read synopsis before seeing movie. Just know that lots of foul language, but that is reality these days. Could have walked first ten minutes. stayed on to see how far this depravity can possibly go on. Tured out a good movie with great morals. True love has no limits. great casting. 5 stars from me.
  • 1 stars I gave this movie a NO STAR rating - it stinks. In all my yrs of movie watching this is the second one I've ever walked out on. I left during the first 45 minutes, couldn't bear it any longer. Don't waste your money.
  • 5 stars Such a good movie. The main characters were well acted. Go see it.
  • 5 stars Great movie, enjoyed it very much!

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  104 min.
Release date:  June 12, 2015 - Toronto
June 19 - Vancouver
June 26 - expands
| On DVD/VOD:  October 6, 2015

Current rating: Rating: 4.33
based on 20 votes and 8 reviews
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Cast: Thomas Mann, Olivia Cooke, RJ Cyler II, Jon Bernthal, Connie Britton, Nick Offerman, Molly Shannon