Love, Simon

Love, Simon

DVD - 2018
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Everyone deserves a great love story, but for seventeen year old Simon Spier, it's a little more complicated. He hasn't told his family or friends that he's gay, and he doesn't know the identity of the anonymous classmate that he's fallen for online. Resolving both issues proves hilarious, terrifying and life changing.
Publisher: Beverly Hills, California : Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, [2018]
Edition: Widescreen version.
Branch Call Number: DVD MOVIE DRAMA LOVE, SI
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (110 minutes) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
4 3/4 in.,color
Dolby Digital 5.1
Dolby Digital 2.0
video file
DVD video
region 1
Alternative Title: Love, Simon (Motion picture)


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Recommended by Jake C

Loved this so much I saw it twice in the same weekend.

As a bonus, Simon Vs. was also made into one of my favorite movies of the year! Love, Simon is a mainstream queer rom com and I ADORED it.

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May 17, 2019

Of course, some things in the book had to be changed to make it more "dramatic" and to make clear what is going on in Simon's mind. Also, the pop culture references certainly needed modification since those in the book are obscure (to say the least).

That fairground/Ferris wheel sequence, though, is absolutely over-the-top Hollywood!!

Jan 20, 2019

Not as good as the book, but still very well done.

Jan 10, 2019

A great coming of age love story. A young man seeks to find his love interest in high school (the hardest years) Meanwhile learning what friendship really means along the way. This story was so well written. The parents acting was very stiff and seemed forced, but I always find that with Jennifer Garner.

ArapahoeJillA Jan 07, 2019

Well done movie version of a Young Adult book, "Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda". Has the typical high school angst, with the twist of the main character being gay and not out yet. A sweet movie with a lovely ending.

This Is excellent movie it has excellent writing keeps you in tune in for the entire movie

Dec 20, 2018

I really enjoyed this movie and I liked how they used social media in this movie as well. Usually in a modern romantic comedy - I find it hard to accept the dramatic moments around social media - because a lot of what is done in the movie, seems borderline unforgivable to me. In older romantic comedies; if you did something wrong a group of people find out about it - but with the internet that stuff lives forever online. So I really appreciated that they never turned Simon into a character that I didn't want to root for - what he did was rude and probably not the best - but it was reparable. That made this movie good and fun to watch.

What makes it GREAT - is that finally a romantic comedy for a gay teenager - we need more intelligent one of these out there and about. Not every gay teen movie needs to be something dramatic that ends with deep introspection. Let's encourage movies like this - that illustrate hope and how being a teen is being a teen - gay or straight.

JCLHebahA Dec 03, 2018

I'm predictably always Team The Book Was Better, and this was no exception. However, when the biggest strength of a book is its winning first-person narrative voice, I get how that's going to have to change for a movie. As a teen rom com movie, this works, and I think the move toward a more formulaic approach was intentional, setting up a cute queer romance with familiar trappings. But seriously. Go read the book if you haven't already.

Nov 21, 2018

Most 👏 🎥 I’ve seen in awhile.

Nov 15, 2018

Good movie, worth watching. Acting very good.

Nov 10, 2018

First love in High School when you’re gay. I’m thinking High School is a tough time to “out” yourself. The emotional minefield of High School is awkward. And even tougher when you think your friends are true blue and are not judging you on your sexual preferences but you’re character. That doesn’t, obviously, happen a lot in real life. One critic said, “we all want to see our experiences validated, to have our stories deemed significant, to feel that we are not alone and that others can identify with what we’ve gone through.” True that.

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18 year old who is fighting for a girl he loves they laughed did you fether you hear no she said i said what is he doing a guy smiling at his sandwitch when a guy says he has to call his mom she doesn't improve anyone in the house i laughed they when he said Martin i think he 's Ricky Martin i didn't evan notied that was Simon dressed in white in teatheres and now .they laughed that he thought he was Jeuse i didn't know she was subpose to be Wonder women they laughed how his balls fell i didn't notied it was martin and they said nextfex i have it and they laughed that Drake played out and thats he 's not a rap guy and that she likes Beyonce lemand they laughed that he looks like a drug queen rolled round a megnetle poarty and they played feel it still a guy that invited them to the party said he is Brock obma hopw that dounled trump doesn't destry my legacy they laughed they laughed he sang no by Megan Tranior they had that song in track and filed 2016 they laughed that she black love black wemon not like a have a thing for black women they laughed now what things are the rights rats acully the wrong parts they laughed he was sleeping my brother said i hear monster mash i didn't hear untill now they laughed when he pucked on Simon they laughed they dicked the barf bag to morning untill it's funny how he chocks my brother knew he will say shit my brother laughed simon said go to hell in teathers i said Waffle house everyone laughed that he stood and said Abby is a super dame super hero and made her say it in frount of the whole dinner when he said doug thought it was pot everyone laughed and he said must be Friday but we watched it Monday and it remines me of st jhons how they have green clothes cheerleaders


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