Ultimate 2010s Blogathon Kick-Off: Eighth Grade Review

Part 2 of our kick-off of Ultimate 2010s Blogathon as Drew reviews the 2018 coming of age teen movie Eighth Grade and also takes a look at the different 2010s trends that is visible in this film that made its appearance in the last decade. Head on over to check it out!

Drew's Movie Reviews

Hello, friends!

Welcome to part 2 of the fifth Ultimate Decades Blogathon! Since it is the start of the new decade, this year the blogathon is looking back at the one that just wrapped up: the 2010s. My co-host Kim from Tranquil Dreams shared her kick-off post and her review of The Wandering Earth and discusses the impact streaming services like Netflix have had on international and indie films.  Head over there an check that out if you haven’t already. Now it is time for my kick-off post and review of the coming-of-age film Eighth Grade.


Eighth Grade movie posterSynopsis
Kayla (Elsie Fisher) prepares for her final week of eighth grade.

Review
Before getting into my review, I wanted to highlight some ways that Eighth Grade is an incredible snapshot of the 2010 decade:

  1. Instagram and Snapchat. Maybe these app will still be very popular in the coming decade, but as of…

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