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In the canon of coming-of-age movies, this is an underrated gem, but it should be writ large on anyone's favorite list. This film is brimming with sharp wit, replete with humor and fraught with laughs. Steinfeld is crafty in her ability to simultaneously engender a sense of pathos with the audience, while contemporaneously ginning up contempt as a self-deluded imp. He character's duality is redolent of the ebbs and flows of the tumult of growing up. What really spells the soul of this film is the relationship between Steinfeld and Harrelson. They riff off each other masterfully, while contemporaneously managing to incorporate parables of life as well. It's my duty to foist this movie on anyone ferreting for a good time and bubbly fun, but don't blame me if you become besotted by it. I'm certain you will be cackling and guffawing with laughs all night.
Heartbreakingly good. Plus a tidy, happy ending - which might not be realistic, but has to be done, is itself good, and doesn't actually spoil it.
One of the greatest coming-of-age films of all time!
Great performances from Harrelson and Stienfield make up this great teen Drama/Comedy. Highly recommend Edge of Seventeen
Had so much fun watching it. definitely enjoyable and worth the time
where was this movie when i was seventeen??
A really cute film but unfortunately not very unique
Rides the line between pure authenticity and over-written melodrama. Steinfeld and her character carry such natural weight to them; just like any "enlightened" teen, she's consistently saying and doing the wrong thing, all while thinking she's being very mature and smart. However, the speeches at the end and the teen dramedy clichés keep it from true greatness.
Great film, excellent acting and solid characters.
The ending was solid, and it passed the time just fine, however I spent most of the movie hovering between infuriated and annoyed by the actions of the main character. She was an entitled brat pretty much the whole movie.