Yeah, yeah, it’s sweet and touching, but why would anyone subject themselves to a movie like this if they had a choice? I don’t like dramas, because I don’t like watching people suffer and die. Not my kind of film, and I’m annoyed at the entire enterprise. Can I recommend it? No. I just don’t get it. Life is tough enough without having to endure the pain of others.
A well-made movie but not fun, not uplifting, not funny, and I would never encourage anyone to spend an evening watching something like this. Go see Captain Marvel instead, and you’ll want to fly across the universe and kick some evil-doer arse. This film will just make you go home and cry.
About The Peetimes: Here are 2 good Peetimes. Both will work well to get you through the movie without missing anything very emotional.
There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Five Feet Apart. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)
Rated (PG-13) for thematic elements, language and suggestive material
Genres: Drama, Romance
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