Don't know what to write here. I adore cinema. Always have, probably always will.
Why have people forgotten about this movie?
It wasn't as successful as Forgetting Sarah Marshall, granted, but it wasn't a total bomb either. Actually, forget about box-office results. This movie had darker overtones compared to the more "commercially appropriate" Nicholas Stoller flicks like Neighbours or Sarah Marshall, - hence the contrast in public approval/popularity I suppose, but it was such a wickedly funny ride filled to brim with all sorts of feels. It was a smirking tribute to the whims…
Beauty lies in simplcity, as they say, and it couldn't be truer for this incredibly well handled coming of age teen drama. With a smart, well written script, an amazing performance by Steinfeld (this girl has immense potential, she might do wonders in future) and a crackling, very likeable chemistry between her and Woody Harrelson (who as always, is just one of the coolest guys around), "The Edge Of Seventeen" has brought a whole new level of dignity to the…