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Tuesday, 5th September, 2017

The Edge Of Seventeen – Film Night

The Edge Of Seventeen For Film Night

Happy Tuesday!

I hope you’re doing well. So for my last film night I watched Supersonic which was the story about Oasis, and this week I’ve watched The Edge Of Seventeen. I love coming of age films, and I was having a look around for something to watch and people were talking about this being a good film, so I bought it on DVD quite a while back, and I finally got the chance to sit down and watch it.

It stars Hailee Stensfeld as a teenager who’s unhappy with life as a teenager, her dad died when she was 13 and her best and only friend starts dating her popular brother which she hates, and decides she can’t be friends with her anymore. She regularly goes to her history teacher for support and to vent her anger, who’s played by Woody Harrelson who is quite dismissive of her. She has a classmate called Erwin who’s a bit geeky and shy and likes her, and she starts spending time with him, and the film goes from there.

I think that the film is a decent watch, but it’s not as good as what I was hoping for. Woody Harrelson is possibly the best thing about this film, his character is good and he plays it really well. It’s worth a watch, but I didn’t like it as much as I thought I would.



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