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age 12+

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age 12+

My Favorite Movie Ever

I love this movie. I didn’t want to watch it at first since my mom made me watch but quickly my view changed. The movie is basically a modern Groundhog Day surrounding two teenagers. It’s a bit confusing at first but it slowly gets better. It doesn’t have any sex which I was surprised to see in a modern romance movie. The only really bad things in this movie is the language and the f-bomb that it drops but I didn't really notice it. It also has a bit of drinking. I recommended this movie to all my friends and they also love it. The actors were also amazing!

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age 12+

its cute a bit boring though

ok so i found this a bit confusing because (SPOLIER!) he starts in the time loop which is hard to follow. I wish they showed him get into it instead of already like 3 months in. very cute though. a little lame but mature 11 and 12 years olds can probably handle.
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age 12+

I loved it! (Coming from a teen)

I absolutely loved this movie. It was funny, great acting and casting, the cinematography wasn’t exactly that of a Wes Anderson film, but it was cute. It had its sad moments, and it’s sappy ones, but overall I’d happily watch it again.

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age 14+

sweet and underrated teen movie

This movie was a sweet teen romance that I really enjoyed. I watched it with friends and was expecting just a fun, easygoing movie, but I was surprised about the emotional side and the message at the end. It’s definitely a little confusing with the whole “time loop” plot and there are some gaps in the movie as far as consistency, but it was a fun movie to watch with friends. Parents should know that there is some mild and strong language, but nothing that a teen (I recommend 14+) would not be exposed to. There is a little bit of underage drinking, but it’s fairly subtle and, again, something that wouldn’t be a problem for young teens. No violence and very mild sex (teens kiss). There is a lot of product placement throughout the movie (ex. Charmin toilet paper in a store). Overall, a fun movie with a great message at the end that’s an enjoyable experience for teens.

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age 13+

Worth the watch

I really enjoyed this movie, I honestly can’t remember the last time I could give a good review on a PG-13 movie. The movie keeps the protagonists Margaret (Kathryn Newton) and Mark (Kyle Allen) surprisingly chaste. Despite the unnecessary f-bomb in the middle of the film, it stays extremely child-friendly. I implore anyone who reads this review and others to watch this movie.

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age 13+

Super cute movie! I really liked it!

It was a great twist on the Groundhog Day movie, perfect for valentines day. It is not what you expect, and a really sweet and beautiful movie. It's also very realistic to actual teen romance, unlike some other romance movies I have seen. A lot of cursing, but that's basically all.

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age 12+

100% recommend

this was one of the best movies iv'e ever seen. I almost cried. I feel like this might happen to me now. I am getting my hopes up and thinking of super dumb and random things I could do. I love this movie. It is kinda inspiring to cherish the time we have with the ones we love. I love this and recommend it to everyone.

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