• September 25, 2020
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Love, Simon Is a NEAR Masterpiece….IF they didn’t change the books ending

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let me explain:
-the ONE thing that bothered me with Love, Simon’s Ending

LOVE, SIMON:
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.
Director: Greg Berlanti
Writers: Elizabeth Berger (screenplay by), Isaac Aptaker (screenplay by), Becky Albertalli
Stars: Nick Robinson, Jennifer Garner, Josh Duhamel, Keiynan Lonsdale, Katherine Langford, Alexandra Shipp, Logan Miller, Jorge Lendeborg Jr

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33 thoughts on “Love, Simon Should've Ended Like the Book – Let Me Explain

  1. Blue could be bisexual or more likely be struggling with internalized homophobia. Don’t make videos on things you don’t understand.

  2. Didn't like the ferriss wheel thing either BUT if Blue is trying to hide and felt he was getting a bit too touchy w Simon it might make sense in his mind to go hook up with a girl

  3. It shouldn't have ended like the book, it should have been properly adapted. To me, someone who read the book before the film was even announced, it was a mess. Yes, they only have 2 hours, but this film was disappointing

  4. Honestly there was this blonde in the movie who wasn't on Simon's list, and I thought he would've been perfect because he's there and interacts with the core friend but you don't suspect them. That would've been better.

  5. nice clickbait, i thought you were better than that… I thought you were gonna elaborate on the movie book comparasion

  6. Honestly the ending is what killed me too. And he honestly thought that a kid who didn’t want anyone to know he was gay would show up in front of his peers?

  7. The ending was way too Hollywood – a large crowd, a big public kiss, end of movie. It felt off, which was a shame because I loved the book

  8. I love everything about the movie except the ending. It’s probably because I related a lot to the movie and experienced a lot of similar things and that just made the ending seem too unrealistic and idealistic. It was a good movie ending, but what I liked about the movie is that it didn’t feel too ‘movie’ like until the end.

  9. Love, Simon was and is amazing but the novel was and is waaaaaayyyyyyyyyy better. Or I might like books more idk. And there's a new series called Love, Victor based on this that's coming out!!!

  10. As a gay guy, I didn’t like it. The plot about his friends being upset because he wasn’t “honest” with them was terrible.

  11. I don’t even remember what made the book different but I read it before watching the movie and then when I did watch the movie I remember being annoyed by how much was different from the book.

  12. I liked how the book showed their relationship together for a little bit and showed how Simon felt around Bram. The movie just hits you with the ending and doesn’t really show how they feel about each other when they really start dating.

  13. My only issue with it is that leah revealed she was in love with simon at the end. Also, I didn't like that there was a crowd at the ferris wheel, it wasn't as private or special. If my memory is correct, that didn't happen in the book. I loved the movie though, it felt so real and the representation for me is super accurate

  14. Yeah the ferris wheel scene while cute, was my only problem with the movie. Simon basically manipulated Blue into coming out publicly for his own happy ending. At least in the book Blue's not being ready to be out publicly was respected.

  15. My peeve with the film was how good looking everyone was – no one dealing with the actual physical awkwardness that affects teenagers.

    So despite his fear of his sexuality, the whole time I was distracted by him at least being unbelievably attractive and put together for a high school kid😩

  16. i reallyyyyy hate the ending of the movie, I thought everything up to this point was perfect up until the end. the end felt forced and was so awkward.

  17. I think Blue was just very scared of coming out and didn’t want it to get out so he made out with the girl as a cover and maybe even through out fake clues to Simon to throw him off. Then at the end when he saw how much everyone at school and things supported Simon he decided it was ok to come out.

  18. im late again to your review of it but imagine if they made blue be bi instead of using it as a weird bait and switch

  19. i love this movieee but i didnt like how he had an audience meeting the guy like no one cares THAT much

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