Some Freaks

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"It's weird not to be weird."
  • NR
  • 2017
  • 1 hr 37 min
  • 6.3  (2,051)
  • 67

Some Freaks is a 2016 American indie film that highlights the complexities of high school relationships, self-esteem, and identity. The film focuses on the story of Matt, played by Thomas Mann, an intelligent and awkward teen who has a physical abnormality that causes him to have only one eye. Matt struggles with feeling like an outsider in his high school and constantly stands out because of his appearance.

One day, Matt meets Jill, played by Lily Mae Harrington, a bubbly and plus-sized high school student who also faces bullying and discrimination because of her weight. Despite their differences, the two become fast friends and start to navigate the tough terrain of high school together.

As their friendship blossoms, Jill and Matt become romantically interested in each other, and thus begins the journey of discovering their true selves and finding love in an unforgiving world. The movie explores the themes of body image, identity, friendship, and the struggles of being different. The characters are portrayed realistically with all their flaws, and the acting is superb.

The central message of the movie is that beauty is subjective, and it is important to love oneself for who they are, regardless of their physical appearance. Matt and Jill both have insecurities about their looks, but their love for each other helps them overcome these issues and accept themselves for who they are. The script is incredibly well-written, and the dialogue is witty and thoughtful, making it a relatable film for audiences of all ages.

The film is an emotional rollercoaster, and viewers will find themselves rooting for the characters throughout the movie. The story is engaging throughout, and the pacing is excellent, with a few twists and turns that keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

Overall, Some Freaks is a heartfelt and moving teen romance that addresses important issues facing young people today. It showcases how difficult it can be to navigate high school when one is perceived as different, but also the importance of embracing one's individuality and finding love in unexpected places. The ending is both satisfying and bittersweet, leaving viewers feeling both happy and reflective.

The cinematography is brilliant and it beautifully captures the mood and essence of the story. It showcases the different aspects of the life of these characters- their school, homes, and the different interactions that they have with each other. The use of lighting and music is perfect, giving the movie a surreal and dreamy feel.

In conclusion, Some Freaks is an excellent watch for those who enjoy romantic movies with a deeper message. It is one of those movies that stay with you long after the credits have rolled. Highly recommended for anyone who has ever felt different or judged for their appearance. The movie is a reminder that we are all unique in our own way, and that it’s okay to be some freak or the other.

Some Freaks is a 2017 drama with a runtime of 1 hour and 37 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.3 and a MetaScore of 67.

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    6.3  (2,051)
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