The Edge of Seventeen

The Edge of Seventeen

DVD - 2017
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High school life gets even more unbearable for Nadine when her best friend, Krista, starts dating her older brother.
Publisher: Universal City, CA : Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, [2017]
Branch Call Number: DVD EDGE OF
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (105 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
DVD video,4 3/4 in.,rda
digital,optical,5.1 surround,2.0 stereo surround,Dolby digital,rda
anamorphic widescreen (1.85:1),rda
DVD-video,NTSC,rda
video file,DVD video,region 1,rda
Language Note: In English, with optional subtitles in English or Spanish; closed-captioned; descriptive audio
Alternative Title: Edge of 17

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ericbrown601
Jun 08, 2019

Hailee Steinfeld and Woody Harrelson DELIVER in this ridiculously underrated coming-of-age teen dramedy from two years ago. Well worth a watch!

JCLHeatherC Mar 06, 2019

Teen angst + Woody Harrelson's brand of humor = worth watching.

JCLHeatherC Mar 06, 2019

Teen angst + Woody Harrelson's brand of humor = worth watching.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Aug 15, 2018

The edge of seventeen is a movie about a typical life of a high school and what they have to do in order to survive or get through high school which some people dislike. It kind of relates to many people because some people complain that high school is the worst. My favourite part of the whole movie would be when the two friends finally start talking and solve things out between each other because I think that best friends should never be apart, but overall it was a good movie and I liked it. I rate this movie 3.5 out of 5. @movieslayer123 of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

When I started watching The Edge of Seventeen I had very low expectations. If I'm being honest the plot itself isn't not exactly mind blowing. As a junior in high school, Nadine (played by Hailee Steinfeld) life is pretty complicated. Her best friend Kristi has always been by Nadine's side, that is until she starts dating Nadine's older brother. Now if I'm being honest, this movie is the definition of a teen drama though it still has it's moments. Woody Harrelson's character was the only one to really make me chuckle. I wished the movie focused more on Nadine's character rather than it's forced attempts at humour. 3 Stars
@Ruby_Tuesday of the Hamilton Public Library Teen Review Board

I would say that the prime aspect of this movie that I was absolutely blown away by was the accuracy of the way they represented day-to-day struggles that teenagers face. The producers perfectly explored the constant need to compare yourself to others and the need to accept the fact that there’s a chance your life may change in a split second depending on the smallest factors, which can happen all while trying to live up to the social standards set by your own peers. Although I personally cannot directly relate to a couple of Nadine’s troubles, I can list off numerous people that probably can. Nonetheless, I still found this movie to be an absolutely heartwarming and entertaining film. Overall, I absolutely enjoyed watching this movie and I’d definitely recommend it to mature audiences looking for a relatable, well-written and emotion-packed film. Rating: 3.5/5
- @BiggerPictureReviews of the Hamilton Public Library Teen Review Board

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avocadotree
Jun 29, 2018

I was hoping for more laughs less drama.

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gingin1972
Apr 30, 2018

Cute move pretty good!

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DPLbrian
Apr 12, 2018

My absolute favorite coming of age story from 2017. Hailee Steinfeld has earned a new life long fan.

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duane767
Dec 26, 2017

An excellent movie well acted and well laid out, accurate to the experience of today's teen (according to my daughter). As a parent I didn't like hearing or seeing everything I was hearing or seeing but if it's for the sake of knowing a bit of what teens go through, it was worth it.

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Matinee
Nov 24, 2017

The Edge of Seventeen is one of the best new movies I've seen this year. Though its main character is a teen, I think it could be enjoyed by more of a general adult audience than most teen movies. The cast and their performances are very good. The Edge of Seventeen is rated R for sexual content, language and some drinking - all involving teens.

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Nursebob
Oct 27, 2017

For her debut feature writer/director Kelly Fremon Craig has channeled the spirit of John Hughes to produce a misfit teen dramedy of surprising depth and candour. Deriving much of her humour from those memories of adolescent awkwardness we all carry around yet never stooping to slapstick or crude innuendo, Craig’s fully fleshed characters live in a real world with real issues—from bad hair to mental health to sexual propriety. Nadine hovers somewhere between whiny teen and troubled woman while older brother Darian quietly suffers through his own problems and mom occasionally goes off the rails (a heartfelt performance from Kyra Sedgwick). Woody Harrelson also stars as Nadine’s history teacher and sounding board—his mordant common sense giving her introverted ego a few much needed slaps—while Hayden Szeto plays a clumsy classmate who sees in Nadine all the things she can’t see in herself. But the film ultimately belongs to Steinfeld, her defensive lashings, self-sabotage, and embarrassingly realistic meltdowns hinting at a deeper vulnerability which touches a chord in those of us who spent our highschool years clinging to the shadows. Nice musical score too, and Vancouver always photographs well.

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Aug 24, 2017

Many quotes at IMDb including this on teens and their personal assistants:

My entire generation is a bunch of mouth breathers. They literally have a seizure if you take their phone away for a second, they can't communicate without emojis, and they actually think that the world wants to know that they are "eating a taco, exclamation point, smiley face, smiley face", like we give a fxck.

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