Words On Bathroom Walls

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Synopsis

WORDS ON BATHROOM WALLS tells the story of witty and introspective Adam (Charlie Plummer), who appears to be your typical young adult – a little unkempt with raging hormones and excited about a future pursuing his dream of becoming a chef. Expelled halfway through his senior year following an incident in chemistry class, Adam is diagnosed with a mental illness. Sent to a Catholic academy to finish out his term, Adam has little hope of fitting in and just wants to keep his illness secret until he can enroll in culinary school. But when he meets outspoken and fiercely intelligent Maya (Taylor Russell), there is an instant soulful and comforting connection. As their romance deepens, she inspires him to open his heart and not be defined by his condition. Now, with the love and support of his girlfriend and family, Adam is hopeful for the very first time that he can see the light and triumph over the challenges that lie ahead.

Cast

  • Charlie Plummer
  • Taylor Russell
  • Andy Garcia
  • AnnaSophia Robb
  • Beth Grant
  • Devon Bostick
  • Lobo Sebastian
  • Molly Parker
  • Walton Goggins

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Verified Review
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So good, would recommend.

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Very good...

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Metacritic

70
Aug 21, 2020

The movie has built up enough genuine warmth and displayed enough sensitivity that even the formulaic nature of its resolution does little to dull its impact.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter
63
Aug 20, 2020

Words on Bathroom Walls has its moments and its heart is in the right place, but the missteps are too many and too big for the story to carry the day.

Metacritic review by Richard Roeper
Richard Roeper
Chicago Sun-Times