Love, Simon (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie

Love, Simon (2018) 1080p

Simon Spier keeps a huge secret from his family, his friends, and all of his classmates: he's gay. When that secret is threatened, Simon must face everyone and come to terms with his identity.

IMDB: 8.112 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.77G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 110
  • IMDB Rating: 8.1/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 43 / 543

The Synopsis for Love, Simon (2018) 1080p

A young coming-of-age tale about a teenage boy, Simon Spier, goes through a different kind of Romeo and Juliet story. Simon has a love connection with a boy, Blue, by email, but the only problem is that Simon has no idea who he's talking to. Simon must discover who that boy is--who Blue is. Along the way, he tries to find himself as well.


The Director and Players for Love, Simon (2018) 1080p

[Director]Greg Berlanti
[Role:]Josh Duhamel
[Role:]Jennifer Garner
[Role:]Nick Robinson


The Reviews for Love, Simon (2018) 1080p


Any Reviewer Actually SEE this "Movie"?Reviewed byStunnedbirdVote: 3/10

If the answer to that is yes, then let me pose this question. Have you actually seen any other movies? Because it seems to me that the only thing we're in agreeance on is that it is, by definition a movie, in the most liberal of terms.

To give this film a 10/10 solely for the message of the film is ridiculous in itself but to do so without even realizing how backwards and redundant that message truly is, is also equally as preposterous. To feel any form of connection to this "Product" is as ridiculous as saying "my microwave has done so much for Gay Culture and is the most important film of the year!" (it's only March BTW). If anything my afore mentioned statement is actually false as your microwave will do more for gay culture than this movie by not caring if you're gay and providing actual entertainment. Because watching the run time is exactly what I did for this piece of crap but on a microwave it's not nearly as long.

This Movie is set in a college application brochure where multi cultural caricatures come to life. These characters are indeed as one dimensional as the paper they're printed on and serve to show how Hollywood is trying to cash in on every form of culture there is, this time being the gay culture. No character development happens throughout the entire movie, The main character is an arrogant man, an unkind man who willingly deter's other peoples "love" for his own lust like some asshole cupid (he certainly is a baby). He has no revelation in his ways and at the end of the movie continues being an arrogant jerk. No sense of consequence is apparent for his actions whatsoever, and his friends take him back instantly. Just like sex the build up is long just for seemingly two minute climax, or at least that's what I can infer from my INCEL life. The conflict in this movie concludes as soon as it starts with the screenwriter seemingly trying to avoid tension or excitement any way he can. And since we're talking about "the message of the movie" I refuse to include being gay as a conflict as today in a liberal arts town where this movie takes place, it really shouldn't and isn't a problem. Movies like this where ther fear of being "exposed" as gay only create fear for people in similar situations. We have movies like Call Me By Your Name to show us that sexuality really doesn't matter anymore, it's the characters and the love which are the important parts, the parts that this movie glosses over. It treats being gay in the same light as Broke back Mountain but with a Happy ending which is, similar to my repeating of this word, REDUNDANT. And the way he gets back into his circle of friends is equally as gross, by somehow out Spaceying Kevin Spacey he just says "I'm gay" and boom, everything's better. Let me ask you this, do you really want some bull-crap fantasy movie made just to make everyone feel better, the studio hiring cheap TV Producers to direct; lining their pockets and audience members experiencing no emotional connection to lifeless characters besides "HES GAY AND I LIKE GAY PEOPLE THEREFORE I LIKE HIM"? Because by supporting this, these are the types of movies we will continue to get.

On a more technical note

Directing - Bad Tv B-role stuff, over lighten to a ridiculous amount, no interesting shots or emotive cinematography, actors performances apparently not important to director either?

Writing - Boring, unrealistic as they fall in love over the course of 12 emails, this is Charles Manson and Crazy wife levels of pen-pal-manship right here. At first the writing made some of the "twists" feel satirical because they were to obvious already to be revealed at the end of the damn movie.

Acting - Main character has no charisma, think Ansel Elgort in Baby Driver with no interesting supporting characters or dynamic directing to support him. Also zero vocal control; very difficult to emote when you sound exactly the same in every situation. The only antagonist, theater kid (besides conservative America) really is the only somewhat decent actor which is weird as why are you making me care more about the manipulator than the manipulated.

Soundtrack - Bland Tangerine Dream Ripoffs mixed with ridiculously overplayed hit songs

overall, Three out of ten. While I feel this movie is harmful for most viewers, maybe an older homophobic audience can get something out of this but this movie is just studio bait. Baiting a gay audience masterfully and therefore I will tell these Master Baiters to leave us alone with either fake reviews on IMDB or appealing to the lowest common denominator on IMDB... which I guess is me; since I did watch it in theaters. P.S, IM GAY, but that doesn't justify anything really does it, Hidden Screenwriter Kevin Spacey?

Cute but... cheesy?Reviewed byroxana-ehsaniVote: 6/10

As a lover of LGBT movies on someone who has experience the coming out process, I felt this movie was way too far fetched and slightly cringey. The ending was so unbelievable unrealistic and out there what I was hard pressed to keep watching. Especially having read the book and how smoothly the events unfolded in the written version, I feel like the film adaptation was not entirely believable, and mostly just cheesy.

That being said, I would still recommend people watch it as some might enjoy it. The protagonist was charming and cute as hell, and the whole thing was pretty uplifting.

Time to ExhaleReviewed bybob-the-movie-manVote: 7/10

Teen heartthrob Nick Robinson (the older brother from "Jurassic World") plays the eponymous hero who has a well-buried secret: he's gay. Growing up in Pleasantville (I almost expected someone to yell "Cat!" and the fire brigade turn up) he feels unable to come out to either his high-school friends or his loving family ("Apple pie cooling on the window-sill anyone?"). But striking up an email relationship with another closeted male from the same high school - nicknamed "Blue" - allows him to explore his feelings about his sexuality and fall in love all at the same time. But neither coming out or love run terribly smoothly for Simon...

I am forty years adrift from being able to directly relate to the stresses and strains of modern high-school life (though I AM still 17 on the inside people!) But even to me, this film doesn't feel like it should be set in the present day. While it needs to be for its tweeting and blogging story-line, surely there are few backwaters in either America or Western Europe where gay people have to stay so silent? An 80's or early 90's setting would, I think, have worked so much better. (Ironically, its not his gay-ness or otherwise that his friends get upset by, but something far more fundamental in the human condition).

That aside, this is a sweet and ultimately quite engaging film that I'm sure will be a big hit with a teenage audience. While for me it didn't come close to ticking all of the coming-of-age boxes that the inestimable "Lady Bird" did, it does cover old ground in a new and refreshing way, and I'm sure it WILL be very helpful for many gay people in getting the courage to come out. Times are different today, but I still can imagine few things requiring more bravery than declaring you are gay to your parents and closest friends (even though, deep down, they surely already suspect).

So, it's sweet, but also for me (although far from its target audience) rather flat. As a comedy drama, the moments of comedy are few and far between, with only one or two of the lines making me chuckle rather than smile. A quiet auditorium is not a good sign for a film with "Comedy" in its imdb description. It does however occasionally break through with something memorable: a full on college "La La Land" scene ("Not that gay" - LoL) is a case in point. And all of the scenes featuring comedy actress Natasha Rothwell as drama teacher Ms Allbright add much needed energy and humour to the film.

Of the teen actors, Robinson is fine but it is Katherine Langford as Simon's friend Leah who stood out for me. Talitha Eliana Bateman ("The 5th Wave"; looking a whole lot younger than her 16 years!) is also impressive as Simon's culinary sister Nora. Simon's parents are played by Jennifer Garner ("Dallas Buyers Club") and Josh Duhamel (a new one on me... he's been in the "Transformers" films apparently).

The screenplay is by movie virgins Elizabeth Berger and Isaac Aptaker, and is a slightly patchy affair. There are scenes that worked well (a cringe inducing sports stadium scene for example) but other times where it seems to be trying too hard for T-shirt captions.... a line from Ethan (Clark Moore) about hate crime was a "Ye-what?" moment.

Some of the characters really don't quite work either: Tony Hale (so memorable as the useless PA in "Veep") plays almost a school-ified version of Stephen Stucker's Johnny from "Airplane". Perhaps that would work as some sort of whacky hall monitor guy... but it transpires that he is the headmaster. No, I don't think so.

So, in summary, after a bit of a bumpy start, its a pleasant watch that culminates in a feel-good ending. I can't see it getting a cinema release in Gambia or Nigeria, though God only knows they could use one. I was going to give this one 6*, but as I applaud both the theme its trying to promote and for bringing something fresh to the screen...

(For the full graphical review, please visit bob-the-movie-man.com or One Mann's Movies on Facebook. Thanks).

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