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Movie was trash. Wasted my time sitting through this.
So painful and real! Great performance from Fisher.
This slow-moving, hard-to-watch film gives a whole new meaning to the word "boring." I get the fine acting, but the problem is that while she demonstrates the awkwardness of an eighth grader, she is completely unsympathetic. Her responses are so backward and off-puting that one wonders if she doesn't have deeper issues than those of mere adolescence. The praise from critics is baffling.
Gladly not a teen any more
Eighth Grade is a touching modern day observation of the often traumatic, cringe-worthy and gruelling school experience through the eyes of an unpopular eighth grader. Realistic inclusion of the influence of social media and how our young people are affected by that. I'm glad we got an insight into the single dad's story too.
Do not understand the high rating. This movie was a waste of time that gives nothing but frustration to its audiences. Protagonist entirely non-likeable. Half a star for creative storytelling.
Super honest story and performance. Definitely reminded me of my own experiences in that part of my life.
Be prepared to cringe painfully. 😂 It was a good movie overall and I feel it was realistic, but the lack of confidence in the protagonist was almost at clinical levels, and her dad was absolutely ineffective at all things parenting except giving positive affirmations - most of which were BS. I think the character would have been better if she hadn't been so one-dimensionally lame for most of the film. She'd have been more sympathetic for the viewers if she had any spark of personality whatsoever. As it was, there were times I was thinking, "Yeah, you're a loser." 😕 I do like how it ended for the most part, but it wasn't as satisfying as it could have been.
Heart wrenching and poignant at the same time. This is as close to a depiction of my own adolescence as I could ever imagine to be portrayed. Wonderful acting by the main character.
the most honest depiction of adolescence i've ever seen. deeply moving in a way that resonates with you so strongly