In the trailer for Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, a teenaged boy’s mother tells him that a girl at his school was diagnosed with leukemia. “That sucks,” says the boy. “It sucks,” replies his mom. “It sucks quite a bit,” says his dad.
Like The Fault in Our Stars, the latest teen cancer movie to ravage the eye sockets of American moviegoers, Me and Earl is adapted from an eponymous young adult novel. And like its predecessor, it appears determined to avoid the pitfalls of sentimentality that so often plague the genre. Judging by i...
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