Fun paced and all Class: Booksmart Review

September 1, 2020 By derrick
Booksmart

Directed by Olivia Wilde, Booksmart is what you would call a conundrum of all the feels. Two girls, one played by Kaitlyn Dever (Amy) and the other played by Beanie Feldstein (Molly) are set to break the dystopian world view of 'what you give, is what you get', when one makes a shocking discovery that those who have not given or even, have never given, are also getting. Even more than the givers does that make any sense to you?

Finding out all they ever cared about was school, perfectly timed as it turns out to be the last day of school. Molly is all about freedom and Amy turns out to be the ever careful and conservative one. This movie gives a portrayal of different personalities set in a fast and changing world on the brink of losing itself, yet with much heart and easily relatable sense of humour.

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Derrick Anyanwu is a creative writer.

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