Love, Simon (Bluray review)

Director; Greg Berlanti
Comedy/Romance/Drama
1h 50 minutes
Out on Bluray/DVD on November 12th
Copy provided by Twentieth Century Fox Sweden

A movie that will not only move into your entire system and spread itself through every vein of yours like a sweet cocktail at Happy Hour, but also intoxicate you with its beautiful love story, overloaded cuteness, and meaningful message – having you completely and utterly floating on cloud nine by the ending with a smile from ear to ear.

Love, Simon is an important movie that should be seen by every soul out there, a story that will grab ahold of your heart and soul.
It is a script that is everything from intelligent, sincere, and lovely with a lot of depth. It never falls flat, doesn’t fail to make you smile, and is an all-around great film for everyone to enjoy.

Nick Robinson portrays Simon excellently in every aspect, besides a lovable face that the camera adores and delivering a fantastic act, there’s an essence all around him that simply makes it easy on the eye to watch him from beginning to end.
Here, we get to follow Simon, an ordinary teen in his all-around normal day like going to school and hanging with friends but carrying a huge secret within him.
Throughout, we get to be a part of him and his ride of revealing his true self to his family and the rest of his world that includes classmates and best friends.

Sweet, cute, and a splash romance. A film I strongly recommend for every generation to take the time and not only watch but to understand. To see that love exists in all different ways. To learn from his friends and family. To accept, to respect, and to be yourself. 8/10

Bluray extras;
Deleted scenes
The adaption
The squad
Audio commentary
+ more