Me and Earl and The Dying Girl Synopsis
Winner of the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, ME AND EARL AND THE DYING GIRL is the uniquely funny, moving story of Greg (Thomas Mann), a high school senior who is trying to blend in anonymously.
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Best Indie of the year!

By chitownclassk
Wonderful story, well told and moving from beginning to end. Creative, funny, sad, uncomfortable, so many emotions wrapped up in this coming of age indie gem. Don't worry about reading any more of...

Me and earl and the dying girl

This is a. Good little film. In the tradition of Juno. A small summer film, thoughtful, humorous and delightful. Teen angst abounds. I did like it. Cute and quirky....

Best of the year

By ysappleton2001
This film goes beyond age, race and gender to touch you at your human core it's both beautiful and morbid in such a masterful way. Simply the best film I've seen all year....

Charming and funny

By tokyophil

By tyrolian66ch
Makes you think, laugh and cry at the same time. Smart story and acted really well. An interesting topic that everybody tries to avoid and will have to deal with at one point or another. Well worth...

The best of the dying-teen genre

By Shadoi
I'm not sure why dying teens is in the zeitgeist, but this movie is the best of this sub-genre. As well-acted as "The Fault in Our Stars," this one has the added benefit of wry humor and a quirky...

Funny and Touching

By Jenniferlinolson
One of the best films I have seen in a while, moving and funny. A sweet tale of the true meaning of what it means to be friends, life and loss....

We laughed, we cried.

By jswhit0619
Wow, fantastic storytelling and movie making. We laughed for the first 100 minutes and then (spoiler alert) we cried for the last 15! Amazing performances. If you are a parent of a teen or soon to...

Absolutely briliant

By rogelioramosactor
Honest film with a great balance of intelligent sense Of humor and a dose of real life drama....

By annexpub
This movie was pretentious and pointless, it moved with the pace of a three toed tree sloth and was just as entertaining to watch. I kept waiting for the characters to develop to a point where I...

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Rated PG-13 | For Sexual Content, Drug Material, Language and Some Thematic Elements
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Common Sense Media says Deeply moving, irreverent film about friends, cancer, life.
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