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Rating: 8.1/10 by 3458 users

Love, Simon (2018)

Everyone deserves a great love story. But for seventeen-year old Simon Spier it's a little more complicated: he's yet to tell his family or friends he's gay and he doesn't know the identity of the anonymous classmate he's fallen for online.

Directing:
  • Greg Berlanti
Writing:
  • Isaac Aptaker
  • Elizabeth Berger
  • Becky Albertalli
Stars:
Release Date: Fri, Feb 16, 2018

Rating: 8.1/10 by 3458 users

Alternative Title:
Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda - US
Simon - MX
Simon - ES
러브, 사이먼 - KR
Com Amor, Simon - BR
სიყვარულით, საიმონი - GE

Country:
United States of America
Language:
English
Runtime: 01 hour 50 minutes
Budget: $17,000,000
Revenue: $60,848,932

Plot Keyword: gay, sexual identity, sexuality, based on novel or book, coming out, class, high school, love, homosexuality, gay relationship, gay interest, bully, coming of age, teen movie, teenager, youth, lgbt, lgbt teen, based on young adult novel

Nick Robinson
Simon Spier
Josh Duhamel
Jack Spier
Keiynan Lonsdale
Abraham "Bram" Greenfeld
Logan Miller
Martin Addison
Tony Hale
Mr. Worth
Drew Starkey
Garrett Laughlin
Jamila Thompson
Additional Posse Girl
Emily Jordan
Creekwood Girl
Patrick Donohue
Math Teacher
Joshua Mikel
Ride Operator
Nancy De Mayo
Mrs. Eisner
Mandy Fason
Mrs. Burke
Bryson Pitts
10-Year-Old Simon Spier (uncredited)
Nye Reynolds
5-Year-Old Simon Spier (uncredited)
Skye Mowbray
6-Year-Old Nora Spier (uncredited)
Samantha Bulka
Ethan's Posse (uncredited)
Baz Ma
Ethan's Posse (uncredited)
Natalia Tureta
Ethan's Posse (uncredited)
Briana Estevez
Cheerleader (uncredited)
Jönah-Blainé Bowling
Trendy Jock (uncredited)
Sean O'Donnell
High School Student (uncredited)
Collin McHugh
High School Student (uncredited)
Abigail Houck
High School Student (uncredited)
Jodi Houck
Parent (uncredited)
Josh Royston
Parent (uncredited)
James Sterling
Parent (uncredited)
Tyson Love
Football Parent (uncredited)

Law

Love, Simon is a safe, non-threatening, formulaic, consumable pastiche created to make straight audiences feel progressive for watching a "gay" movie.

Gimly

Some very powerful moments. Some very relatable moments. But it's also nice to see a queer drama which (despite a character's homosexuality being the core of the narrative) isn't wholly fucking depressing. _Final rating:★★★ - I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._


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