Atom User Reviews for Five Feet Apart
I cried at least 5 times lol it was a great movie
Amazing how much awareness it’s bringing for the CF community 💜
Not the typical cliche but even better! Cole Sprouse was just awesome! Shoutout to the whole cast! I recently lost someone I loved deeply and this movie gave me a chance to reconnect with a loved one again. So live life to the fullest and be grateful for what you have, because life is just too short. Please go and watch this movie if you get a chance. Seriously it’s soo good! Thank u for making this movie, because it’s just awesome!!
If you’re needing something new apart from The Notebook and Fault in Our Stars, this will be you’re new favorite! Beautiful storyline and wonderful cast!
Got to see an early screening. Loved this movie!
This movie was really good and uplifting and inspiring. I’m happy I saw it. I didn’t want it 2 be over.
It had me crying the whole movie, such a great movie really recommend if you want a sad love story
Relates to the book well, even though information is missing. Also, the story is told very well.
This movie was such a heartfelt, amazing movie. It was beautiful and real. I cried so many times throughout the movie! would definitely go see it again
Heartbreakingly beautiful. Such a wonderful movie. 😭
One of the best movies I have ever seen.
The movie was great don’t get me wrong. However they could have added the ending of the book too rather than leave it at such a sad ending.
um so i really didnt want to see this movie. im like it looks corny and you know how these types of movies are. but this one was pretty good. it had its happy moments. its sad moment. its why the hell are you doing this moments lol but overall it was enjoyable. if i was alone watching the movie i wouldve been crying the whole time cause you want them to love without boundaries. but overall it was a great movie. expect to cry lol
A great love movie about people having Cystic Fibrosis
Oh my gosh this movie was overall good, i cried throughout the movie. So many feels. It was nice to see cole and definitely Moises act! I definitely recommend this movie, but just be ready to cry!
As someone who suffers from a chronic respiratory condition (not as severe as CF), I couldn't stop crying.
I cried so much! I loved the awareness about CF, it's not often talked about and I know someone at my church who died of this. The lesson is to LIVE one day at a time and love like it's your last!
This movie was so inspirational Ana it was very sad all at the same time
Loved this movie!!
Bring your own Kleenex. Great movie, great ending
Take Tissues ..... Lots of them
Funny quips and sadness //
I thought it was really good. It was heart warming, heart breaking and all out just a great movie. I recommend! 😁
beautiful love story
AWESOME MOVIE! Had me crying like a baby! LOVED every bit of it!!
Love it completely
The most I’ve ever cried in a movie!
By the end of the movie there was not one dry eye in sight.
That movie had all the feels in it seriously. I would go see that movie again.
great cast, great story, and the ending...... man o man!
The movie was very good. A little cheesy/cliche at times. But overall it was a good movie.
So good. Tears. But good tears
It’s a good movie but sad emotional movie.
The movie was so good I was crying.
Beautiful story of hope, determination, love, and facing fear. I'm absolutely buying it.
Amazing! Loved every scene! Amazing acting by Cole & Haley!
Amazing. I laughed and cried and all in between
We even brought my 5 year old daughter. She loved the movie as well.
The whole movie was amazing. Definitely an emotional movie I cried like 6 times don’t recommend if you don’t like emotion mixed with your movies but the end was way to much for even me
Love me some cole sprouse. Good way to show the world awareness CF. Have been learning even more about it after watching the movie!
One of the best romantic dramas I have seen in a while. Tears at every corner. Must see
A heartfelt story that is true to the novel! I loved this movie!
I thought it was a great movie!
This is a superb movie! Be prepared for your heart to be touched and for your eyes to become moist. This is the kind of movie that I could watch over and over again. Don’t miss it!!!
Teaching to Love "story " !
Great movie to see for date night with partner
100/100. Absolute must see. Cried my eyes out.
Cole Sprouse was amazing in this movie. The whole cast had great chemistry. YOU WILL CRY
BEST MOVIE EVWR
I dont usually watch chick flick movies but this got me real hard. It was sad when one had to leave, it was joyful when one learn to love. And it was good when one decides to move forward.
This is my favorite movie
Loved it!! Got emotionally caught up in the movie and cried during certain scenes!!❤️❤️
It felt like I was in high school again. I was surprised when they said their relationship was for only a month. It got me thinking about how people with shorter lifespans measure time.
Me and my boyfriend were holding hands crying ITS A MUST SEE
I love this movie it wAs the best
Glad that chronic illness is getting seen and not hushed but thought it be more emotionally and it wasn’t! And ima big release crier
Definitely pulled on some heart strings. But a good movie overall! The commercials before the movie was foreshadowing xD. Loved how the audience were on the same page at some parts of the show!
BEAUTIFUL, so EMOTIONALLY PHENOMENAL
What a great movie! I’d definitely go back and watch it again!
Dude, hands down amazing! Better bring some tissues though
beautiful love story.
It really hurt me when Will had to go. 😔
This is one of THE saddest movies I've seen in a long time. Very emotional and inspiring.
Loved it! It had a lot of meaning that shows how important it is to show how much you love others. Never take life for granted and be willing to take risks. Loved the soundtracks and visuals, such a beautiful movie. Justin Baldoni is a wonderful director and I really enjoyed the chemistry between Haley and Cole (Stella and Will).
The movie is smartly paced, and Sprouse (“Riverdale”) and Richardson make for one of the more adorable pairs in recent films. You not only want what’s best for them, but believe it can actually happen.
The film becomes more exhausting than tense. In the end, all that manipulation backfires. Unlike the best of its genre, the rote Five Feet Apart isn’t wrenching enough to jerk a single tear.
Cutting through the thick curtain of recycled lovey-dovey remarks and the proficiently dull craftsmanship of the production, Richardson’s radiant charisma acts as a lifeline. One would be hard-pressed to find a moment where she is not earnestly committed to the role’s convincingly bittersweet shtick.