Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
Drama • PG-13 • 2015 • 1 hr 45 min
This is one of the most heartfelt movies I’ve ever watched. The directing style is reminiscent of Wes Anderson and the acting is beautiful.
This movie wrecked me at times. It’s funny, witty, but extremely sad. Fantastic film.
Makes you tear up. A charming, underrated gem of a movie with a great cast
Unique, touching, challenging, joyful - I come back to this film time and time again. A perfect piece.
I love the wit, the jokes, and the tragedy.
Damn this was sad, it was quite slow but i enjoyed it
They handle the topic of cancer in a way that's accurate yet somehow still amazingly funny. It isn't just another cancer love story
Overall a solid teen film that differs from the stereotypes.
A very underrated, hidden gem. Small, self-contained, nice.
Slow but good. Will definitely pull on your heart strings.
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