My ONE PROBLEM With Love, Simon Explained

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    -the ONE thing that bothered me with Love, Simon's Ending
    LOVE, SIMON:
    Simon Spier keeps a huge secret from his family, his friends, and all of his classmates: he's gay. When that secret is threatened, Simon must face everyone and come to terms with his identity.
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  • Connie Lee
    Connie Lee Hace 10 días

    I understand that one of the major points in the movie is about figuring out who Blue is, but I feel like if they had left it as a mystery to who Blue was in the movie, I would be fine with it, as that leaves us, the viewers to figure out who Blue would possibly be.

  • Evan A1
    Evan A1 Hace 11 días +1

    It’s really amazing they made it a movie
    But the book’s story is the best for me ❤️

  • YEET_culture Skz
    YEET_culture Skz Hace 12 días

    Like 90% of the comment section is just people saying basically what every one has been saying for years -
    THE BOOK IS BETTER THAN THE MOVIE^ - ^.

  • Fallen Syndicate
    Fallen Syndicate Hace 12 días

    Luckily the book was more realistic :D It didn't have the whole kissing the girl thing.

  • valeria salazar ibargüen

    i really like (in the book lol) when bram and simon were like eaing oreos and was like ya know so UFNDH2EIUFNEJD QEIQNEOD

  • Roxy Ford
    Roxy Ford Hace 17 días +1

    The book was better

  • Annie May
    Annie May Hace 20 días

    Personally my biggest problem with the movie that was in the book leah and abby got together instead of abby getting together with that other dude. Also in the second book you find out that leahs bi which if they included that then there wouldve been more diversity. And leah and simon little sister which really helps the story. But Love, Simon is really great movie, is one of the better romance movies ive seen and has some of the best lgbtq representation ive seem. Its also really realistic and relatable(especially to me😏🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈)

  • Wolfie’s Galaxy
    Wolfie’s Galaxy Hace 22 días +1

    “Brown Sugar” I’m dead! 😂🤣

  • Wolfie’s Galaxy
    Wolfie’s Galaxy Hace 22 días +1

    You said “Senior Year Of COLLEGE” he’s in high school. He said when he GETS to college, he’ll be gay and proud.
    Also, he said he was either drunk, or he was getting a little crazy, and that’s why he kissed the girl.

  • Theatre Thot
    Theatre Thot Hace 22 días

    The book is better smh.

  • First Name Last Name
    First Name Last Name Hace 24 días

    My problem was that his friends got so mad at him after Simon got outed. Like yeah he lied but he was scared. They didn’t understand how frightening it is to be closeted and afraid your world is gonna change.

  • Jasmine Duncan
    Jasmine Duncan Hace 25 días

    Honestly I wasn't even gonna watch it...but I see Tony Hale and now I have to. Just out of principle.

  • Jaden Ruffle
    Jaden Ruffle Hace 25 días

    It was mentioned in the movie that Bram was drunk

  • Hottest Susage
    Hottest Susage Hace 25 días

    Same

  • Clementine Everett
    Clementine Everett Hace 25 días +1

    Very simple explanation to Bram kissing that girl. He explains it dude. He was like "I was drunk and confused, and it ended like a minute after you saw it"

  • BethanyJayne1907
    BethanyJayne1907 Hace 26 días

    THIS is why I don't like the movie. If anyone has read the books, they know that Blue (and his non-superhero self) is totally not interested in relationships, but Simon being blind thinks he has a thing for the girl best friend. Which makes the ending with a grownup teacup ride (IDK the name, they spin a lot) a lot more impactful, cause it's literally the last ride open, last ticket, everything is closing up and nobody is there. Movie was like... what?

  • big strokey
    big strokey Hace 28 días

    In the cinema there was this one guy screaming 'Ha Gay!' for about 20 minutes.

  • Katelynn Hawley
    Katelynn Hawley Hace 28 días

    In the book, it was at a tilt-a-whirl that he met up with Bram at. And Bram also explained that he only kissed that girl because he was drinking.

  • Kyran AFK
    Kyran AFK Hace 29 días

    It’s my favourite romcom!

  • Ashley Moon
    Ashley Moon Hace 29 días

    senior year of college? you okay?

  • Eunice Fryer
    Eunice Fryer Hace un mes

    It is ok

  • Robzii
    Robzii Hace un mes

    I get that it was a joke, but saying that "you have so many friends that are gay that you are the one who's nervous to come out ?"... Hell to the no. People get killed every day for being gay, some countries arrest you, some have the death penalty on homosexuality, and even in "safe" countries, you can get attacked by homophobic scum because you're holding your boyfriend's hand. Please don't go there when you're trying to joke, cause this is not funny at all for the people that are actually living this life.
    As for the reveal in Love, Simon, it is a little cheap, but there's no way a closeted gay guy will flirt with another guy at a party since he is closeted. I think they both suspected the other one to be the email sender, but where to afraid of the possibility that he wasn't to actually act on it. And that's probably that same fear that led Blue to solidify the closet he was in by kissing the random girl.

  • Ronnie
    Ronnie Hace un mes

    This movie was low-key trash only because the friends were so inconsiderate and the guy Martin was awful. And because Blue was played by Lonsdale. Nick was the only good thing about Love, Simon.

  • Sas Yeet
    Sas Yeet Hace un mes

    Check out the book,Simon is way more manipulative in the movie than in the book.

  • samuel velasquez
    samuel velasquez Hace un mes

    Yeah let me explain *Studios*

  • Abigayle Lauren
    Abigayle Lauren Hace un mes

    he could kissing the girl because (hear me out) he is bisexual??

  • ChaoticGood
    ChaoticGood Hace un mes

    This film is definitely like a “a film for the gay dudes that may be struggling” but it’s still easy for straight people to understand and digest.
    Black people can be Jewish and he was also Jewish in the book.
    It wasn’t obvious but my gay little brain could tell that there was subtle flirting going on between Simon and Blue. Gays just can’t flirt.
    Blue kissing the girl at the party wasn’t a cop out. I’m an open gay guy but I’ve definitely kissed girls at parties when we’ve both been drunk and Blue also being closeted probably wanted a kiss with a girl to strengthen his “straight” facade.
    The ending was a bit of a “really?” though. It wasn’t realistic for a closeted dude to just pop out and reveal himself.

  • Jenny T20
    Jenny T20 Hace un mes

    I thought it was interesting that they got Leah to fall in love with Simon instead of with Nick for the movie (in the book, she liked Nick). I guess it makes sense though, that whole narrative wasn’t all that important to the story so it makes sense to make her be more involved with Simon.
    All I’m mad about is the scene with Bram making out with the gal at the party instead of just not having that part at all like in the book. The book still had a twist, since most of the book Simon thinks Blue is this dude named Cal from drama club, so when they found out it was actually quiet but cute Bram with the “soccer calves” it would be this huge twist. Idk

  • Zafirah Ahmed
    Zafirah Ahmed Hace un mes

    *Senior year of college*

  • Sstranger._editsS
    Sstranger._editsS Hace un mes

    Do stranger things!!!

  • Galaxy Studios
    Galaxy Studios Hace un mes

    So let me explain is gay?

  • Kyletan 101
    Kyletan 101 Hace un mes +1

    He claims that he was drunk and the kissing stop right after Simon left the room.
    Love, Kyle

  • Can'tbebothered tobecreatve

    The film is based off of the book, Simon vs the homo sapiens agenda. In the book the relationship doesn't seem as rushed and Bram is the love interest in it as well. Because it was made into a film they would have to change a few things and cut some of the moments Simon and Blue have during the emails. In my opinion it would have worked better as a short one season tv show so we can see more character development. Also, I think the reason why they had Simon think it was Bram early on was so that they could have people who are fans of the book have more moments seeing Bram and getting excited. And with the party scene, mate, the glasses thing was so them flirting and the fact that Bram talked to him in the first place when he could hang out with anyone else. There is also a scene in the start of the film where Simon walks off to the bathroom to see if he has an email from blue and both of the people who have a crush on him, Bram and Leah, look at him while he leaves while everyone else does their own things, which I just think is a nice detail to put in. Either way, I love both the film and the book and Simon's and Bram's relationship in it and all of the things they have throughout so you would be able to work it out yourself who Blue is. Sorry for having this be so long, I got carried away.

  • Meme Queen
    Meme Queen Hace un mes

    I didn’t like how they changed Leah from the book

    • Michael
      Michael Hace un mes

      Now I wanna read the book... its be more chill all over again.

  • ThatGuyHudson
    ThatGuyHudson Hace un mes

    Highschool fam. not college

  • Samantita paranormal
    Samantita paranormal Hace un mes

    Ok like seriously I'm really mad because they change the story completely, I just feel like crap because the party wasent ever in the book and the ending was completely change. I really wanna watch the movie but like I'm scared its gonna frustrate me because the book was soooooooo gooooodddd!

  • Chloe Faith
    Chloe Faith Hace un mes +2

    This is just a personal opinion, but I love this movie

  • Annabeth Chase
    Annabeth Chase Hace un mes +1

    Senior year of college????
    This is high school

  • Ken Silva
    Ken Silva Hace un mes

    Was he in his senior year of college or hi school? I thought hi school but the commentator said college

  • Audrey Kim
    Audrey Kim Hace un mes

    they were in high school

  • Sanaai Watson
    Sanaai Watson Hace un mes

    It's his senior year of high school not college

  • Obesus
    Obesus Hace un mes

    0:33 Wait wait you pet can speak

  • CIA AGENT
    CIA AGENT Hace 2 meses

    *I thought it was the waffle guy the whole time*

  • BlazeWolf9511
    BlazeWolf9511 Hace 2 meses

    I know everyone is already saying it. but if you want it to be a bit more satisfying I think the book handled the ending better then the movie.

  • Megan Tan
    Megan Tan Hace 2 meses

    I think that though the movie did a great job in general, some parts (such as Bram with the girl at the party, the ferris wheel scene, and leah liking Simon) were dramatised to make the story more straightforward and create more of a climax, thus making it easier to convey a compelling story in the short amount of time a movie has as compared to the book. I think that's why I forgave the movie for not being as well developed as the book, even though I prefer the book, and it's ending, a whole lot more. Of course, that is not to deny that the movie could not have been improved, its just that we also have to acknowledge why some of the story changed the way it did. I do agree that movie Simon's tactic is one that puts blue on the spot, and puts pressure on him to come out publicly, which is not cool, but I'm also glad that in this situation, Simon put himself in the spot more than anyone else as a romantic gesture, and he ultimately left it up to blue whether or not he wanted to also put himself out there.

  • yb
    yb Hace 2 meses

    I read the book and honestly..

  • Sincerely, Dani
    Sincerely, Dani Hace 2 meses

    Its not that the people who made the movie wanted a twist, its based off a book called Simon vs the homosapians agenda. So no, the movie didnt want a twist, thats how it happened in the book, just the ending of the book and movie are different. The reveal isnt the same its much more private in the book. Would 10/10 recommend the book

  • Good Christian Child
    Good Christian Child Hace 2 meses

    SAME

  • horrorvictim
    horrorvictim Hace 2 meses

    I just have to say, was disappointed at how they changed his sister's character- book Nora was a little more kick-ass, plus they completely removed his older sister =|

  • Laura Guajardo
    Laura Guajardo Hace 2 meses

    I read the book and did'nt see the movie but in the book
    1 he was never close to know who blue was and he even suspected of other person, I don't even know why the movie do that but it's dumb
    2 blue is just un the book like two time before the reveal
    3 Simon did'nt have and audience un the end
    They make the end worst

  • Micheline Cabb
    Micheline Cabb Hace 2 meses

    You know in the books he absolutly dooesn't make out with a girl and Simon doesn't think it's him before the very end. I thought the ending was really cute, but after reading the books I'm in the same poin of view : what the heck ?

  • Bird Uwu
    Bird Uwu Hace 2 meses

    The book is different, read that shit

  • Harley Avron
    Harley Avron Hace 2 meses

    Lme, at the end of the movie "blue" explains that he was drunk and confused and it ended as soon as simon left

  • Aleya MC
    Aleya MC Hace 2 meses

    I also hate the ending, why the fuck did they change it from the book.

  • chocoholic 476
    chocoholic 476 Hace 2 meses

    in the book, he doesn't ask it to be public and Bram is more ok with coming out and the party thing doesn't happen either and like Bram sends Simon a t shirt with a card with his real number written but Simon decides not to call him and to instead meet him in person first. And he never suspects Bram or anyone else. His only suspicion is Cal who turns out to be bisexual and he calls Bram Cute Bram and does talk about how cute he is but he never directly says hey guys maybe Bram is blue!!

  • Ally Oof
    Ally Oof Hace 2 meses

    COLLEGE
    HES IN HIGHSCHOOL

  • Hydra Simmons101
    Hydra Simmons101 Hace 2 meses

    It's all explained in the bookkkkk

  • Mayamiko Chiomba
    Mayamiko Chiomba Hace 2 meses

    I also cried when Josh Duhamel cried😢😭

  • Marie-Pier Crevier
    Marie-Pier Crevier Hace 2 meses

    I like the movie a lot but I pretty much agree with what you said. I get that making the ending like it was in the book probably wouldn’t have translated as well to the screen than what they did but still it kinda feels like The Straights™️ wrote this wanting it to be a big and empowering moment (which it still was) instead of the sweet and private moment it was in the book.
    Also the coffee thing !!!

  • us and the dumb kids
    us and the dumb kids Hace 2 meses

    This movie is on
    my top 10 best movies of 2018

  • Unicorn Nerd
    Unicorn Nerd Hace 2 meses

    The book was better then the movie bc
    Half of the stuff in the book was thrown out or rearranged

  • Rice Wife
    Rice Wife Hace 2 meses

    Senior year of COLLEGE?

  • David Demers
    David Demers Hace 2 meses

    Hes in highschool

  • Imani Rivera
    Imani Rivera Hace 2 meses

    Simon is in high school, not college😂

  • Lance Barrera
    Lance Barrera Hace 3 meses

    1. He's a senior in HIGH SCHOOL!
    2. Read the book!

  • Olivia
    Olivia Hace 3 meses

    I feel like it's pretty normal for closeted guys to make out with girls at parties. Plus they all go to school together, he could have known her or even hooked up with her before. In the books, Blue knows who Simon is already because 'Jacques a dit' is 'Simon Says' in French. lol. But I think here he didn't, so while he was flirting with Simon he wasn't going to out himself to a guy he didn't know was also gay.

    (Also drake's definitely not the only blewish (black/jewish) person. There's Tiffany Haddish, Jussie Smollet, Eric Andre, Lenny Kravitz, Lisa Bonet, Maya Rudolph, Rashida Jones, Tracey Ellis Ross...and mizrahi jews...the list goes on)

  • just Marya
    just Marya Hace 3 meses

    The ending kills me 😂😂 love lme 😂😂

  • Jessie Dowlah
    Jessie Dowlah Hace 3 meses

    The one thing i hated about the movie was that his friends didnt allow him to explain himself

  • Madison Hunnicutt
    Madison Hunnicutt Hace 3 meses

    the book was better than the movie. it didn't end like the movie.

  • Shootmethroughmyhead
    Shootmethroughmyhead Hace 3 meses

    _"Pets"_ i choked

  • Riona Garner
    Riona Garner Hace 3 meses +1

    Actually, it’s very common for people who don’t want to come out or are too scared to come out to actually do what they think that society would accept.

  • Audrey Ellis
    Audrey Ellis Hace 3 meses

    I haven't seen the movie or read the book so I don't really know but.. why does the college have lockers and a cafetira?

  • AbiCat123
    AbiCat123 Hace 3 meses

    The movie ended like that Cuz it was based on a book called "Simon vs. The homosapiens agenda" and that's how the book ended (that's also probably why people are calling it an agenda movie)

  • Chelbi Renouf
    Chelbi Renouf Hace 3 meses

    BRAM DIDN’T DO THAT IN THE BOOOOOK!

  • Abby Lee
    Abby Lee Hace 3 meses

    The one thing that bothers me is Blue doesn’t show up for NINETY percent of the movie and then the ending is just like “hey I’m here”

  • Daisy Cowan
    Daisy Cowan Hace 3 meses

    it says that he was drunk when he was having sex with the girl

  • Holy Maccaroni
    Holy Maccaroni Hace 3 meses

    GOD the book was soo much better. It was so much more genuine.

  • alexis santiago
    alexis santiago Hace 3 meses +7

    He kissed the girl because he said he was drunk lmao and confused

  • Face reveal
    Face reveal Hace 3 meses

    Sus

  • Aesthetically H
    Aesthetically H Hace 3 meses

    One problem....



    *-It gay-*

  • TP
    TP Hace 3 meses

    In the end Blue said that he was 1. Off his tits
    2. It stopped immediately

  • okay
    okay Hace 3 meses

    Brown Sugar 😂

  • Abbie S
    Abbie S Hace 3 meses

    The book is better and the ending is different and there are loads of other things different about it but I loved both the movie and the book

  • Rukmani Sindhu Thangam
    Rukmani Sindhu Thangam Hace 3 meses

    The book was better (Obviously). Blue wasn’t even at the party. And I agree, the Ferris wheel was manipulative. It’s the kind of thing guys think as a ‘grand gesture’ when it really is putting pressure on someone. That’s what Martin or whatever his name is, does. But Simon actually just sends a private email to blue and even then to just meet at the carnival. And he meets Bram after he gets off the Ferris wheel. And in the book it’s more of ‘at xx time Simon was no longer ‘single’ on Facebook and by xxx Bram was no longer single either.’ Which fits an already mostly epistolary story. (Also Simon gets So Grounded unlike in the movie)
    My problem was with how they portrayed Leah. They made her seem like she is in love with Simon but really she was only upset because her best friends were ignoring her and doing things without her. She had so many things going on in her life that Simon being the oblivious ass he is, doesn’t notice. Also in the second book ‘Leah off the beat’ she is bi.
    And and maybe you ARE living in the future because I’m still in the closet.

  • The sound of Jimmy McGee

    Shet

  • Natalie
    Natalie Hace 3 meses

    *senior year of high school @ 0:16

  • crafter 3
    crafter 3 Hace 3 meses

    DON'T TALK ABOUT THIS LIKE IT'S IT'S OWN ORIGINAL THING!!!! IT WAS A BOOK FIRST AND THE BOOK WAS AMAZING!!! NONE OF THAT BRAM KISSING A GIRL THING, IT WASN'T EVEN HIS PARTY!!!!!

  • Side Flower
    Side Flower Hace 3 meses

    Woop, woop! Yeah! Illinois!!

  • Lachydachy786 Or Memes are gods

    Just asking your gay

  • SanctimoniousSoup
    SanctimoniousSoup Hace 3 meses

    The story IS solid, it's just how they did the movie.

  • Queenny Charles
    Queenny Charles Hace 3 meses +1

    Senior year of high school

  • Lilacintrovert -Alex-
    Lilacintrovert -Alex- Hace 3 meses

    it was all explained in the book jdjdjdjjd

  • Fatou The Slytherin
    Fatou The Slytherin Hace 3 meses

    I didn't see the movie but I've read the book

  • mashreka mahmood
    mashreka mahmood Hace 3 meses

    SENIOR YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL. HIGH SCHOOL.

  • blush luma
    blush luma Hace 3 meses

    actually, the thing that happened at the end of the movie was talked about by someone on tumblr. they compared martin asking out abby vs simon asking out blue. they said how martin publicly putting abby on the spot was super manipulative, and also made her seem like a bad person for telling him no. but, if blue had never shown up, simon is the one who would’ve been embarrassed. no repercussions would have come to blue if he chose not to reveal himself. it was a cute little dramatic romantic ending for a film, and i loved it.

  • Amisha-shrek
    Amisha-shrek Hace 3 meses

    Haha, Hannah Backer

  • Evan A.
    Evan A. Hace 3 meses

    What you live in Illinois. I live here as well 👌

  • Drew Whitcomb
    Drew Whitcomb Hace 3 meses +1

    "Senior year of College" Wat

  • Mazie Kate
    Mazie Kate Hace 3 meses

    In the book it's a tilt-a-whirl and not a ferris wheel, the fair is about to close, and there's nobody there watching them. I don't know why they did it like that in the movie, it's so awkward just to have dozens of people there watching him.

  • Daniel Svendsen
    Daniel Svendsen Hace 3 meses +1

    I read the title as Simon explaining what’s wrong with love.