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Postby cwilkins88 » Mon Aug 06, 2018 7:51 am

I will watch this when it comes out, but I feel like I probably won't understand half the crap in it...mostly because I'm not an 8th grade girl growing up in the digital age.
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Postby Tyler » Mon Aug 06, 2018 9:00 am

cwilkins88 wrote:I will watch this when it comes out, but I feel like I probably won't understand half the crap in it...mostly because I'm not an 8th grade girl growing up in the digital age.
Lies. You'll identify with it the most out of anyone here. I'm excited to watch this from home.
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Postby megatron » Mon Aug 06, 2018 10:27 am

Saw this last week by myself on my day off. Painfully relatable except for social media at that age. I was shy and anxious in middle school, so it gave me the feels. She was much more ballsy than I was though! I agree that it captures the stuff kids have to deal with these days. Even had them go through a school shooting drill just like it was one of our annoying fire drills back in the day.

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Postby Blue Jackets » Tue Aug 07, 2018 6:50 am

Bo is showing the movie free tomorrow night in every state. He is doing it as a way to not enforce the rated R rating so younger people can see it.

“LIKE THE BREAKFAST CLUB BEFORE IT, EIGHTH GRADE HAS A RATING THAT MAY SEEM TOO MATURE FOR KIDS — BUT IT’S EXACTLY WHAT THEY NEED TO SEE RIGHT NOW AS THEY FIGURE OUT THEIR PLACE IN THE WORLD.”

― CHRISTY LEMIRE, “WHY PARENTS SHOULD IGNORE EIGHTH GRADE'S R RATING”
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Postby Tyler » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:28 am

That's cool, but not how movies work? It is not illegal to allow minors into R rated movies, it is up to the theater to choose how to enforce it.

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