I sooo love the story, bravely tackles relevant issues today... I love how the actors portray their characters...
I watched the movie 4 times already, each with a different set of people and one alone, and every time I watch it, I discover different Easter eggs in it. Just gets better and better as you absorb its essence more. Hoping to watch it one last time again.
“I loved that everything was so...real. I think audiences have gotten so used to seeing glamorized versions of characters in movies that when we get to watch something like Alone/Together, where Liza has unkempt hair and Enrique has pimples *gasps*, it's so refreshing and adorable! I loved—and hated—that the film made me reevaluate my life. It's only been a couple of years since I graduated, but I can't help wondering if the "me" from college would be proud of where I am right now. There's always this fear of letting that person down, of being a "failure" in your own eyes, and it's honestly scary.
In the film, both Liza and Enrique displayed the kind of maturity that they previously weren't able to express in their rom-com films. More than just a dramatic love story, Alone/Together reminds us of our youth, of the dreams we had in college, of the people we met and lost along the way.”
Those who gave the movie 1-star are clearly blind followers of other loveteams, and could not appreciate art films. If you would watch the film closely and with an open mind and heart, it's story is deeply-rooted and well-thought-of and unlike the usual formula films of big ticket film companies. But again, you'd have to know art and appreciate art to know that. And if you did not see that, something is wrong.
The good: Pursue your dreams, dont give up on something that you work hard for, acting
The bad: Cliche, story as a whole, has a good start but you will run in circles as the story goes by. In the end, same old same old