There were lots of flashbacks to the past, but without any real explanations or specific details of what happened.
All the characters are flawed, as all human beings are, and there is a lot of tragedy shaping the main characters.
That last one isn’t to describe him, but to describe the simpering suck ups yelling for him to jump while he stands on the metaphorical ledge, threatening to hurt himself in ways he’ll never be able to undo.
[mattwalsh-social-instory] Kids are learning in school that boys can have girl brains and girls can have boy brains.
See full summary » I really liked this movie, but wish the characters backgrounds could have been developed more.
With radio silence from Cheryl and Liam (save for a few gag-worthy Twitter posts) it's come down to the public to figure out whether Cheryl is indeed pregnant with her first child.
And when there's only so much squinting you can do at thesinger's midriff, it's always helpful when someone close to Cheryl weighs in and implies that we are all, indeed, onto something.
Ryan Destiny is a great actress who portrays Grace, a troubled teenager who is coming of age after losing her best friend to suicide the summer before her senior year of high school.
I enjoyed her relationship with Meagan Good's Share (Grace's best friend's older sister) although Share's character is somewhat confusing.