Miss Stevens


Comedy / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 91%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 67%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 5683

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March 18, 2021 at 12:12 AM



Lili Reinhart as Margot
Rob Huebel as Walter
Noah Gray-Cabey as Other Student
789.77 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by filmguyCI 7 / 10

Wonderful Early Performance by Timothee Chalamet

I caught this charming little indie on Netflix before I heard of Timothee Chalamet or had seen Call Me By Your Name. The plot revolves around a well meaning although slightly sad and lonely teacher, played by an excellent Lily Rabe, who takes three of her students to an out of town drama competition. One student, Billy (Timothee Chalamet), she is warned has emotional and behavioral issues.

From the drive to the festival to the rehearsals and social events leading up to the competition, the film is filled with both funny and poignant moments. Billy develops a crush on Miss Stevens and his charm and youthful energy draw her to him as well, something that both comforts and scares her..

What I loved about Timothee Chalamet's performance was that he was always in character, always reacting in ways that subtly show he has feelings for his teacher. He is a depressed kid with possible ADHD, but he feels deeply and the longing he has for his teacher is moving and palpable. When he performs his monologue from Death of A Salesman, it's clear he's channeled those repressed feelings into his performance. It also may be the best I've ever heard that monologue done. At that moment, a star was born both in the film and in real life.

Reviewed by kennedyjason-46935 9 / 10

Deeper than you'd expect

Another hidden gem. Deep and meaningful motifs that resonate with viewers. The story gives you a glimpse into a optimistic yet accurate outlook on how life could be if we as a people weren't afraid to make risky decisions and were brave enough to trust ourselves and others to let help with problems or obstacles you may not be able to fix alone.

The movie is funny, has a lot of charm and a lot of heart. Driven by great acting performances by the leads including an exceptional outing by a star in the making Timothee Chalamet.

Reviewed by osielescalante-59762 10 / 10

Arrived For Chalamet, Stayed For Rabe.

After watching Chalamet's impressive work in Call Me By Your Name, I watched Julia Hart's Miss Stevens and I got to say; I was not disappointed.

Chalamet once again shows range that of an actor beyond his years. His portrayal of a teenager with mental illness is perfect, with just enough maturity and youthful energy to the role. Timothée Chalamet understands what it means to be an actor, he slips away into the character of Billy, making Timothée's performance memorable.

Now, I watched Miss Stevens knowing nothing about Lily Rabe. I discovered her skill as an actress is perhaps just as excellent as Natalie Portman's or Amy Adams. She taps into this very realistic depiction of a young teacher that she depicts with such subtlety; she can break your heart, rebuild it and do it all over again. I frankly find it hard to believe Rabe isn't up with the great actresses of today!

Overall, Miss Stevens is not a masterpiece, but it's performances make it sure seem like it. This is the kind of movie you can watch and always be surprised. I can't wait to see more of Chalamet and Rabe.

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