ARE YOU THERE GOD IT'S ME MARGARET Trailer (2023) Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates Movie



ARE YOU THERE GOD IT’S ME MARGARET Trailer (2023) Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates, Benny Safdie, Are You There God?
ARE YOU THERE GOD IT’S ME MARGARET Trailer (2023) Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates, Benny Safdie, Are You There God?
ARE YOU THERE GOD IT'S ME MARGARET Trailer (2023) Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates Movie
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  1. As much as I like the song "What is Life?" by George Harrison & the book this movie was based on I think this song is a very weird choice for this trailer & possibly this movie's soundtrack because it's about romantic hopes from a grown man's perspective not a preteen girl's 😳

    IMHO what they needed is something from that era from a woman singer that would speak for a preteen girl's hopes & dreams, more like Janis Ian's "At Seventeen" though I know these girls are a few years younger than that too.

  2. Judy Blume saved my life! how she was so brilliant & intuitive is a mystery. she was, somehow, deeply IN OUR MINDS, her writing, amazing in an almost other-worldy way..and her books should be 'required reading' for every pre-teen & teenager in the world..thank you so much, Ms. Blume!💛💖🌿🕊🌷🧚🏾‍♀

  3. I thought this book was from my preteen days in the 90s, I didn't realise it was actually over 50yrs old! It shows that it was just as relevant in the 90s as when it came out. I wonder how young girls today view this book. Looking forward to watching the film! I must read the book again first, I remember how I felt reading it, but not the content, aside from the period part!…..on a side note, it scares me how fast time goes with Rachel McAdams playing a mother to a daughter that age. it felt like yesterday she was Allie in the Notebook

  4. My goodness the "We must, we must increase our bust…" reminds me when I was in elementary my mom use to make fun of these words as part of an afternoon exercise… hahahha!

  5. Oh boy haven’t seen that title in awhile, since I was a teen in the late ‘70s! Can’t believe there’s a movie! I must take my daughter to see it with me, she’s in her late teens now.

  6. One of my favourite books growing up in the early 90s. Looking forward to this. However, the young actress playing Margaret, doesn't come across as the type of girl I imagined she'd be. Also, slightly too young.

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