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Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret.


Comedy / Drama / Family

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Uploaded by: FREEMAN

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Rachel McAdams Photo
Rachel McAdams as Barbara Simon
Abby Ryder Fortson Photo
Abby Ryder Fortson as Margaret Simon
Kathy Bates Photo
Kathy Bates as Sylvia Simon
Ben Safdie Photo
Ben Safdie as Herb Simon
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975.61 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 46 min
P/S 113 / 1,026
1.96 GB
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23.976 fps
1 hr 46 min
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English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 46 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by dtswpod9 / 10

Are You There Audience? It's A Fantastic Film.

As a guy in his fifties I have seen a lot and I mean a lot of films about dudes coming of age. And while a few women coming of age films have crossed my path none have been as good as Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret. Most movies studios are run by men and even when a woman manages to get the top spot she does nothing to shake up the kinds of fare put out there. So congrats to Lionsgate for bankrolling the adaptation of this book.

What makes the picture stand out is it's dealing with preteen girls and their sexual confusion, not just about boys but about their own bodies. I can think of few films to actually deal with getting your period. The pics that even address it usually bring it up as a source of gross out humor. I'm also hard pressed to think of the last film I saw where a young woman had to deal with getting a bra for the first time. This is stuff every young woman must go through but it's seldom seen in cinema. Or at the very least, in most flicks I've seen. And I see a lot of them.

The whole issue of her religion and what she should believe in is also handled excellently. This is a dynamite script but it would be nowhere without the performers. Everyone puts in a fantastic performance, most especially the lead, Abby Ryder Fortson.

The direction is also crisp and to the point. If I have any issues at all it's that I think the character of the father is under used but I guess this is really Margaret and her mom's story. Which, you know, fair enough.

I hope everyone with a preteen daughter see's this. In a sane country it would be shown in schools but the book it's self is banned in some districts so that's not going to happen. Which really is to our nations shame.

Reviewed by UniqueParticle9 / 10

I almost could've been an extra in this but there was covid complications

I saw last night felt awkward being one of very few guys in the audience. I didn't know much about the story besides plenty of promotions and I love the cast especially Benny Safdie he's better known as a director he's a Great actor as well. I love Rachel McAdam's she's had a lot of great roles since Mean Girls; all the young cast is magnificent too! There's a lot of charm, great comedy, amazing drama and I didn't expect most of it to be about girl changes; as a guy that's 30 it was a unique experience that stays entertaining throughout. I have 3 sisters and autism so that's always been unique. I loved this movie a lot even though I'm not the target audience it's a pleasant joyful film by great director Kelly Freeman Craig of Edge of Seventeen would highly recommend!

Reviewed by houserj-9388810 / 10

I read this at 10 years old and saw it at 53

This movie was beautiful. Judy Blume waited for the right person to take on her universe. Kelly Fermon Craig brought a simple touch to Blume's story, making it a true gem to watch.

I had read this book as a young girl and had my daughters read it while growing up. It has given girls a door into their own adolescence for more than 50 years.

I cringed just as I did 45 years ago at the awkward moments and feeling as an outsider as Margret did, but now I also cringed at the mother's misteps. I also known how trying to fit in to being a stay at home mom can be.

Thank goodness the film stuck to the time period. Seeing the electric skillet and blue Corningware made my day.

Thank you for a comfort food kind of movie.

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