Eighth Grade is an Exceptional Debut for Bo Burnham – NFC Movie Minute Review

Bo Burnham’s debut film as a writer and director is a realistic, charming, and occasionally cringe-worthy depiction of life during one of the worst years of childhood. Eighth Grade is a film that depicts this time period with an unexpected realism and sincerity. Anchored by an outstanding performance by Elsie Fisher, Eighth Grade is one of the best films of 2018 thus far. Here is a brief Nerd Flix & Chill Movie Minute review of the film.

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