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The Edge of Seventeen Review

Ahhh high school. Remember it? Probably the most important time of anyone’s life. Everything that happens has such long and lasting impacts on your life. Did you hear Becky made out with Rudolfo? 942 more words


A Hailee Steinfeld Fan Ends Up In The Hospital Because Of Her Security!

A Hailee Steinfeld fan was taken away in an ambulance after attempting to get an autograph at LAX. TMZ reports that the fan had been confronted by Steinfeld’s security after he had been seen running up on the 19-year-old singer. 52 more words


The M&M Report: "The Edge of Seventeen" and "Manchester by the Sea"

On this episode of The M&M Report, Devin and I discuss two movies we both really enjoyed — well, perhaps that’s a strong word. Both tackle tough subjects in unsentimental fashion. 106 more words


Review: The Edge of Seventeen

As The Edge of Seventeen opens, Nadine (Hailee Steinfeld), a dramatic sixteen-year-old, bursts into her history teacher’s classroom during lunch hour and launches into a mile-a-minute speech proclaiming her intentions to commit suicide. 931 more words

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Coming of Age in a New Age

Back in the 1980s, the John Hughes coming-of-age flicks became a fixture of the
Cineplexes. Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink and others were embraced by the youth of that day – people the youth of today know as mom and dad. 499 more words

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The Edge of Seventeen: a movie review

Staff Writer

The Edge of Seventeen, directed by Kelly Fremon Craig, is the coming-of-age film you have been waiting for. It is not just a “teen movie”; it is raw, awkward and sometimes too hard to watch. 597 more words

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Review: The Edge of Seventeen

The Edge of Seventeen follows the life of Nadine (Hailee Steinfeld) as she struggles with teenage life, battling with love, loss and friendship.

As she loses her father, and her best and only friend starts to date her brother, her life begins to spiral out of control in a series of funny, yet heart-wrenching events before she seeks solace and much-needed help and advice from her favourite teacher Mr. 410 more words

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