And Then I Go

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 92%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 77%
IMDb Rating 6.2 10 601


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April 5, 2019


Carrie Preston as Sylvia
Justin Long as Ross
Melanie Lynskey as Mousy Julie
Tony Hale as Bradley
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23.976 fps
99 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by LeafKing 3 / 10 / 10

Wasted Opportunity

This should have been a 'boy' version of "Eighth Grade," the wonderful little film by Bo Burnham from earlier this year (2018). And that's what the first half of the film felt like. Instead, we ended up with your typical run-of-the-mill school shooting movie, which we've already seen with "Elephant" and "Zero Day," among others. It's really a shame because the lead actor who plays Edwin, a young man by the name of Arman Darbo, gives an AMAZING performance that would be Oscar nomination worthy in a better movie. It sincerely felt like I was watching a young Leonardo DiCaprio, as cliche as that feels to type. The character of Edwin deserved a better storyline than being a hesitant participant in a school shooting. The depression, anxiety, and isolation of Edwin (with such a realistic portrayal) was an interesting tale to watch on its own that it just didn't need such a senseless, melodramatic plot device to carry the film. Oh, and the ending sucked too. Just awful.

Reviewed by karashlan 9 / 10 / 10

Don't waste your time.

This is one of those movies where you keep waiting for something to happen..... and then in the last 3 seconds it does, but you barely see anything, and then it ends. Find anything else to watch, literally anything.

Reviewed by markpenney1976-28-188091 9 / 10 / 10

Very realistic

The acting and filmmaking are very realistic. It's almost like you're watching a documentary. A very important film to see and talk about in today's climate of tragic school shootings in America. Addressing bullying, the consequences of a destructive friendship on a young mind, adolescent alienation and the hardship in processing or communicating inner pain and turmoil as a result, and an adult generation that may be hearing but not actually listening.

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