Before I Fall Movie Review

Melanie Kibler

UNITED STATES – Before I Fall is one of the best movies of the year.  Directed by Russo Young, this movie makes it’s way right into heart.

This movie is about a popular girl named Samantha Kingston (Zoey Deutch) and how she lives the same day over and over again.  The day starts out normal for Sam with her friends picking her up for school.

The day just so happens to be Valentine’s Day and the day that people get sent roses as a fundraiser.  The more roses received, the more popular a person is.

Every year, Sam and her friends send a rose to a girl named Juliet Sykes (Elena Kampouris).  Each year it says “Maybe next year, but probably not,” since Juliet never gets any roses.

After that, Sam and her friends go to a big party which was great until Juliet showed up.  Her friends were so mad that they all stormed out and got in the car.

As they were driving something ran out in front of their car and it flipped over.  Everything went dark and then Sam woke up and it was the beginning of the same day.

Sam then has to figure out how to get out of this loop of days that she’s stuck in.

This is such an amazing movie that it rated a 5 on the “Kibby Movie Scale,” the highest the ranking on the scale.

The story line was so fantastic and made its way right to the heart.  The fact that the movie stayed closely to the book’s plot made it even better.

The actors in this movie were cast very well.  Each of the actors portrayed their characters to the tee.

This review does not do this movie justice, but it is very important that people go see this movie.  It could change their whole lives.