Sierra Burgess Is a Loser

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 61%
IMDb Rating 6 10 24


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Alan Ruck as Tener
Chrissy Metz as Heavy Girl
Lea Thompson as Evelyn Reynolds
Noah Centineo as Jake Roberts
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898.35 MB
23.976 fps
105 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by cmeneses-74957 1 / 10 / 10

Catfishing is WRONG - don't romanticized it

Sierra's character is a self absorbed "smarty pants" character with absolutely nothing going on for her. At no point in the movie you root for her to win over her love interest. Deceiving someone into thinking you are someone else is simply wrong and in no way should be romanticized. By the way - Sierra is just as shallow as Veronica or anyone else. The only reason she's into the guy is because he SENT a picture of him right off the bat. Would've she reacted differently if he didn't look as a catalog model? I definately think so.

Reviewed by r-bea623 1 / 10 / 10

"Veronica Is A Good Person"

This movie should have been titled "Veronica Is A Good Person." The only reasons I'm giving this movie more than 1 star are the cast and that it kept me engaged and interested. The first half of the movie had me hopeful that Sierra and Jamey will develop a connection, Sierra will do the right thing, and all will be perfect. In the latter half it becomes evident that Sierra is selfish, entitled, and just plain mean. She takes no responsibility for her own choices, even against the advice of her best friend. Rather, she blames everything/everyone else to justify her actions. (My gorgeous mother stuck me with this friend kissed my boyfriend who actually thinks I'm under my dad's shadow is making it difficult for me to find my own identity). To echo the reviews of those who were equally frustrated, it's ridiculous that Sierra came out of the mess she created unscathed, with perfect boyfriend showing up unexpectedly to take her to homecoming. Meanwhile, Veronica, proves herself a true friend and kind, compassionate human being even after being humiliated. While this movie brings to light the great pressure our youths face to look a certain way in order to be accepted and sends a reminder that there is more to a person than their physical appearance and Instagram followers, it sends another message of the harmful sort. It sends the message that it's okay to trick someone into falling for you. That you're entitled to someone's love despite your acts of manipulation simply because they have no business caring about your appearance anyway. That it's okay to commit heinous acts against friends because you're entitled forgiveness. But these things are not okay.

Reviewed by ngojhoang 1 / 10 / 10

More like a 0/10

Out of all the movies I've seen thus far, this is probably one of the most disappointing movies I've watched. Stalking, cat fishing, sexual abuse, lying, hacking into your friend's social media to embarrass her, a lot self pity and just dumb stuff that makes you grow to really dislike the main character. You would think she'd get a restraining order. But of course after all that, Sierra regains her friendships, gets the guy, and goes to Stanford?! WTF? LOL! I understand there's a positive message in the movie but also I hope people don't wrong idea that it's okay to act in such crazy manners for a crush. In the end, the main character lives up to the title of the movie, "Sierra Burgess Is a Loser".

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