Are You There God? It’s Me Margaret is a best selling Judy Blume book about young girls dealing with puberty, religious pressure and just the reality of growing up. This movie adaptation is faithful to the book and a beautiful portrayal of youth and growing up.
I think the movie was a perfect representation of that point in life as well as a brilliant adaptation. This film will join the short list of films that center around girls becoming women and the genuine feelings that surround that, Booksmart, Eighth Grade and Are You There God? It’s Me Margaret. Overall I will say the film is a 9/10 (again only because I am trying to be harsher with my movie ratings). It was funny, real and it made me feel things. Highly recommend.
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