Me And Earl
Me And Earl And The Dying Girl
Every year a handful of films shoot out of Sundance like rockets, and in 2015 none was bigger than Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. The kind of quirky comedic drama that fest adores like no other genre, this is the story of an awkward teenage boy named Greg who befriends a classmate named Rachel who is, you guessed it, dying of leukemia. Along with his best buddy Earl, Greg embarks on a quest to make her a movie, and all kinds of feelings ensue. Critics and audiences have been heaping acclaim on this one, singing the praises of its warm humor, strong emotion, and comparing if favorable to Harold and Maude. Even if this one doesn’t live up to the considerable hype (I’ve yet to hear a bad word about it), it should be worth checking out just to find out and coming to your own conclusion.

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