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    Eighth Grade

    It seems that she has fed up from being a child, need to try something new. Kayla, the young girl who is in her last grade year in the middle school. Although she has only one week from leaving it and joining the high school, she can't wait and calculate the minutes as years. Through a series of comedy events, the movie takes a deep look in her last week in the middle school and how she struggles during it.
    Duration: 93 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2018
    IMDb: 7.4
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    blackwhiteguy Anonymous
    2019-07-30 20:07
    worstmoviever Anonymous
    this is such a bad movie
    2019-06-30 12:06
    Sokey Anonymous
    She is such a dork-brat she extra lame an let all the kids run over her but she talk to her daddy like he a child SMH she lame after typical white girl
    2019-01-15 21:01
    Tatsyl  Anonymous
    When is coming soon please I want to watch it
    2018-08-15 10:08

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  • Actors of "Eighth Grade"

  • Characters of "Eighth Grade"

    Kayla. Character of Eighth Grade
    Played by: Elsie Fisher
    Mark Day. Character of Eighth Grade
    Played by: Josh Hamilton
    Olivia. Character of Eighth Grade
    Played by: Emily Robinson
  • Critic Reviews of "Eighth Grade"

    July 26, 2018

    An achingly honest film about some of the ghastliest years of adolescence. Funny, tender and endearing.

    Chicago Reader
    July 24, 2018

    Eighth Grade is a harrowing portrait of anxiety and acceptance in a post-social-media landscape, showing how all of us cope with an ever-changing, constantly refreshing world.

    Globe and Mail
    July 20, 2018

    As much as Burnham can be applauded, it's impossible not to clap even harder for the pitch-perfect acting of newcomer Elsie Fisher, a marvel in the lead role of an apparently unremarkable 13-year-old.

    Associated Press
    July 19, 2018

    Eighth Grade is a revelation of both a remarkably natural young performer and a clever, sensitive young filmmaker.

    Washington Post
    July 19, 2018

    Burnham is clearly conflicted about the emotional effects of the constant comparisons, competitions and invidious voyeurism young people are subjecting themselves to nearly all day long. And he gets the subjective experience right.

    Minneapolis Star Tribune
    July 19, 2018

    Here's a comedy about the trials, tribulations and compulsive worries of youth told with empathy that does credit to first-time writer/director Bo Burnham.

    Movie Nation
    July 25, 2018

    Adorably cringe-worthy

    Philadelphia Daily News
    July 25, 2018

    Burnham... ends up making a movie about internet immersion that ratifies the importance of human contact.

    One Guy's Opinion
    July 25, 2018

    Insightful without being mean and revealing without taking itself too seriously.

    The Movie Cricket
    July 25, 2018

    [Bo Burnham] captures the slings and arrows of adolescence, the high drama felt by not-quite-adults who still think everything is a matter of life and death, with an astonishing amount of empathy.
    July 25, 2018

    This is a movie that refuses to shy away from some fairly dark realities yet at the same time doesn't dwell on them in ways that feel exploitive or supercilious.

    Den of Geek
    July 23, 2018

    There's plenty of discourse on how The Youth spend too much time with screens, but Eighth Grade is more interested in understanding Kayla's story on her terms than judging it on someone else's.

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