- Actors: Katherine Langford, Nick Robinson, Josh Duhamel, Jennifer Garner
- Directors: Greg Berlanti
- Format: Blu-ray
- Language: English
- Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
- Number of discs: 2
- Studio: 20th Century Fox Orders
- DVD Release Date: 4 July 2018
- Run Time: 110 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
- ASIN: B07CQKKFQ2
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A dream is born
20th Century Fox’s story begins in a tiny theater on New York’s Lower East Side. In 1904, fresh from Hungary, 25-year-old William Fox amazed audiences with his magical hand-cranked films. The beginnings were humble – folding chairs, a painted wall for a screen – but the desire to entertain and move people has been at the core of what 20th Century Fox has been doing ever since. By 1915 Fox’s five-cent movie shows were wildly popular and his single screen grew first into a chain of 25 theaters around New York City and then into a movie making business.
From the producers of The Fault in Our Stars comes the relatable and heartfelt coming-of-age film Love, Simon. Everyone deserves a great love story, but for 17-year-old Simon, it’s a bit complicated. The gay teenager hasn’t come out yet, and doesn’t know the identity of the anonymous classmate he’s fallen for online. Resolving both issues will be a hilarious, scary, life-changing adventure.
Genres: Comedy | Drama
M Recommended for mature audiences | 109 minutes
Cast and crew
- Josh Duhamel
- Nick Robinson
- Jennifer Garner
- Greg Berlanti
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This package though is absolutely BRILLIANT.. a 4k bluray disc (which I can't play, but appreciate having), the bluray disc AND a digital copy that added to my Google Play Movies account. The latter is very convenient, more than I expected.
I don't know if I'm old and bitter now, but the ending just felt.. 'too corny' and unbelievable and frankly 'Hollywood'. If you enjoy this and want a more realistic view of how teens act/behave check out Giant Little Ones or The Way He Looks.
In my opinion, this film captures the essence of the book very, very well, and condenses it into a picture which can be viewed with a few hours to spare.
In saying this, some characters in the book are not present in the film, but other characters featured in the film are not presented in the book. One notable example is Simon's older sister, Alice. In the book Alice is featured as an important figure for Simon as she has graduated school, is in a relationship and has moved away from home. In this film she is not present but many of these qualities are passed onto Simon's younger sister Nora. This is not a huge critique though, as the film flows very well in any case.
I really liked this adaptation and would very much recommend.