The Half Of It Review

Updated: May 2

Director: Alice Wu

Writer: Alice Wu

Runtime: 1h 44min

Genre: Comedy, Romance

Release Date: 1 May 2020


shy, introverted, Chinese-American, straight-A student finds herself helping the school jock woo the girl they both secretly love. In the process, each teaches the other about the nature of love as they find connection in the most unlikely of places. Written by Netflix


The half of it movie is original and you will hardly find it to watch this type of movie with this plot.It all started when a female student accepted to write a love letter for a fee so that she could help a boy approach a student who is in love.Of course, this is only the beginning, as all three of them will develop their relationships so much by the end of the film that will cause a mess between them.It is a movie worth watching because it is happy and with a plot that is very different for a comedy-romance movie.It is not the movie that will catch the top, but neither the movie that is not worth watching, we could say that it is of moderate rating.

We rate it 7/10

What surprised us ?

Of course Leah Marie Liang Lewis what else can suprise you in this movie when you can't recognize her in this role.Perfect transformation cause leah lewis in our oppinion is so beautiful actress and we feel that we need to show you the difference here.

Some information from her bio:Adopted from a Chinese orphanage as an infant, American actress Leah Lewis is poised to emigrate into living rooms everywhere with her triple talent as an actress, singer, and dancer.

Leah acknowledges that her life would have been quite different had a Florida couple not come to Shanghai and brought her back to Orlando at six months of age. Her parents, real estate agents Frederick and Lorraine Lewis, later adopted her younger sister Lydia from the same orphanage in China. By the age of three, Leah had already demonstrated a love of performing, taking Russian ballet at Central Florida Ballet and putting on private family shows. She began taking acting lessons at age four, appearing in her first TV commercial for Nature's Own bread. This lead to national spots for Disneyland, Kraft, and The Home Depot. In her first youth musical, she surprised everyone with her perfect pitch, and from there came singing lessons, including opera and jazz, as well as salsa, hip-hop dancing, gymnastics, fencing, scuba diving and other diverse activities.

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