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Booksmart

Booksmart

Release Date: 05/27/2019 (GB)
Rating: 15

Original Language    :    English
Release Date    :    05/27/2019 (GB)
Genre    :    Comedy
Time    :    01 Hours 42 Minutes
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Two academic teenage superstars realize, on the eve of their high school graduation, that they should have worked less and played more. Determined to never fall short of their peers, the girls set out on a mission to cram four years of fun into one night.

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written by Gill-Man on 2 May 2019
Anybody who thinks that this is just a female Superbad would be wrong, because it's so much more than that. This is a film about friendship, and in some respects it feels more of the same compared to other coming-of-age films, but it delivers past that expectation with the help of Olivia Wilde's excellent direction and the strength of Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein. This is a film about friendship, but it's also about a celebration of youth and empowerment of one's own life. Dever and Feldstein are perfection but Billie Lourd is hilarious as well! But seriously, it's also the hardest... read the rest.

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written by SWITCH. on 1 June 2019
‘Booksmart' is a fun, hilarious, and instantly and infinitely quotable film, making it a must-see for all ages and sexes. But most importantly, it's exciting. Olivia Wilde has here proven herself to be a fantastic new voice in filmmaking, and she's brought along screenwriters Susanna Fogel, Emily Halpern, Sarah Haskins and Katie Silberman for the ride. One can only imagine the excellence they'll produce in the future and if they keep discovering new onscreen talent as well, there's no stopping them. Girl power! - Jess Fenton Read Jess' full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/artic... read the rest.

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written by Gimly on 17 July 2019
I like the leads but I love the supporting cast. Booksmart had me dubious. In the past couple of years beforehand, I'd heard great (and virtually identical) things about three female-led coming of age films: Edge of Seventeen, Lady Bird, and Eighth Grade. In my opinion, one of these movies is great, one of these movies is good, and one of these movies is... not. So when I started hearing the exact same chatter around Booksmart, I was not certain what I should expect. Now, having seen it, it might actually be the best of the bunch. Certainly the funniest. Might well end up being m... read the rest.

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written by msbreviews on 30 September 2019
If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog :) Last year, I missed A Vigilante from Olivia Wilde, and I still haven't watched it. Over time, I gradually lost interest, and I might have even forgotten about its existence. However, after watching Booksmart (which arrived late as hell to my country), I'm definitely watching the former soon. I was never that big of a fan of the young-adult, high-school, coming-of-age type of movies, but some of my favorite films of the last few years (Lady Bird, The Edge of Seventeen) actually belong to that genre. Why am I enjoying these... read the rest.

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