A popular high school girl is harassed by a delinquent boy until they are placed in creative writing class together. Through written words, they create a bond, but tragically a bond that ... See full summary »
Scott Michael Foster,
George, a lonely and fatalistic teen who has made it all the way to his senior year without ever having done a real day of work, is befriended by Sally, a popular but complicated girl who recognizes in him a kindred spirit.
After spending the night together on the night of their college graduation Dexter and Em are shown each year on the same date to see where they are in their lives. They are sometimes together, sometimes not, on that day.
Natalie has it all: yearbook editor, scholarship to college, star athlete, reigning social queen. Then Keith enters her life. Secretive and enigmatic, he slowly lures her from her comfort zone. The more Keith holds back, the more Natalie becomes intrigued with figuring him out. In her head, she's determined to keep him at arm's length, but in her heart she can't resist him. As Natalie's world slowly unravels, both their lives are changed forever in this powerful love story. Written by
Elizabeth Harnois was 29 when she played 17 year old Natalie Anderson. See more »
Two times, we see Natalie in her room, lying on her bed in her tennis outfit. The first time was right after she loses her match. The second time is after she gets out of her parents' car. The second time, however, everything is in the exact same place as it was during the first scene. See more »
I've been thinking about what you said, about that concrete goal.
I think I've nailed it. I feel really good about this one, Al.
Lay it on me.
It's a girl.
Cool. What's she like?
You know. Smart, beautiful, popular. A classic TGFY. Too Good For You, Al.
But not for you?
Well, I'm sorta outside the whole high school food chain at this point, wouldn't you say?
So, are you gonna ask her out?
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Do not miss this. This will reach out to your soul and touch the person inside of you
One of the best movies of all times. No kidding.
Well, to start with, I've done just watching this and I can't even start to describe this... I mean, there are movies that I say are "great" or "amazing", but I always forget that when I say those words I mean something completely different. Because in comparison to Keith, those greats and amazings are just OKs and goods (maybe).
This movie is simply mindblowing. It brought up all the good in me, the kind of good that I almost forget I have. The kind of good that makes you wanna help people. The kind of good that makes you think and remember that my problems are NOTHING in comparison to what some people might face. The kind of good that reminds me that every single day, every minute, every second I live, all that time, those days that I sometimes (quite a lot) think are boring. All that some people don't have. I have the health, the time and so many opportunities that I long time forgot to appreciate.
This is the kind of movie that makes you remember to cherish every second, to leave a mark on life of every person, to have no time to waste, because one day it might just all end. Just like that.
I'm sorry that my review is kind of a mess, but it's hard to express everything I feel at the moment.
And going back to the movie. It is amazing. Brilliantly shoot. Brilliantly casted and acted. Written so well I can't even describe. I'm going to see this in the cinema, I'm going to buy a DVD (and keep a copy of any other format it'll be released in). This is something that you WILL regret missing and thank the almighty after you'll see it. Amazing...
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