Thirteen-year-old Kayla endures the tidal wave of contemporary suburban adolescence as she makes her way through the last week of middle school—the end of her thus far disastrous eighth grade year—before she begins high school.
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Idk this movie can be hella cringe at times but it can also be really funny and relatable.
I'm a gen x'er and male and even I could relate to this movie...at least my memories from back then. The social media part of it is just insane and probably makes it harder for these kids. But I really thought it was wonderfully done. The scene by the fire with her dad had me in tears. Just wanted to hug her through the screen!
One star at most
Save yourself ~90 minutes from your life, please!
By Find kids
Ok i haven't even seen the movie
but HOW is this in horror?
So realistic in terms of how teens are becoming more accustomed to social media than real people.
Thought it will be awsome, but it was just like good or something.
not sure whats up with the unimformed reviews
The people calling it boring or saying it sucked were either parents unawre of what goes on in hihgschool now adays or parents defending their childs bad behavior. This movie isn't a comedy, it's a brutal and honest look in to to what goes on in high school. It deals with bullying, sexual assault, anxiety and loss. It is informative and will evoke emotions
I really like to think I have good taste in movies and generally like things that Rotten Tomatoes deems worthy. However, this was absolutely terrible. I had to turn it off because it made me so uncomfortable. The acting was just as cringeworthy. Save yourself and your money.
Couldn’t even get through 15 min
Pretty unwatchable. Besides the video in the beginning, there’s barely any words for the first 10 minutes. The first major dialogue is a petty argument.