Call Me by Your Name [Romance Movie Review]

My review of “Call Me by Your Name”, romantic drama based on the novel by André Aciman, directed by Luca Guadagnino, written by James Ivory, starring Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer.
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Ion T says:

Your review is perfect! I just discovered you because I’ve been watching reviews of this film but I’m gonna follow you videos from now on! You are very good at this! Very very good!!!

Roy Berridge says:

this guy is amazing.

Michael Cepeda says:

Awesome review like always dude! Would definitely like to see this film now, and I didn’t know Sufjan Stevens did the music for this film! I highly reccomend his album Illinois, he’s an incredible singer/songwriter!

Daniel P says:

This is an amazing review…. I felt the same way about the film in general, it has lingered and been on my mind everyday for the last week. It is truly a beautiful film and I think that you are exactly right… it is less a movie about homosexuality, but about love, a true love story, and time as with everything – is the enemy. GREAT JOB my friend!

Sister SisterLyons says:

I found your channel when I was watching your review on the movie Moonwalkers. I love that movie as well as this one. Nice taste!

Grallon Sphere says:

What an interesting face you have! I was wondering about your accent until I did some digging and discovered you’re Italian. Apropos considering the setting of this movie… You could be Elio, mixed in with a bit of Isak from Norway’s SKAM… Nerdy, gangly and cute. Keep up the good work!

Todd Gaines Talks Film says:

I love this review, man! You’re awesome!!

Tom Dwyer says:

The book was amazing, I have read it 3 times now. I can’t wait to see the movie, but unfortunately I live in a place where the movie will never screen so I have to wait to find it online. Thank you for your review, from what I can tell the movie follows the book quite faithfully. However, the book is more an internal reflection by Elio looking back on a beautiful summer that he had once had years before. While the movie seems to end with that unbearable grief that comes from losing true love, the book holds out hope even when it seems to not be possible. I can’t recommend the book enough, but I also can’t wait to see the movie.

Hector Lugo says:

Thank you for the terrific review. I completely agree with your review. I too was overwhelmed by the film’s beauty, direction, cast, music, cinematography, story and being a fan of the original novel, the script by James Ivory is a master class in screenplay adaptation. It is s masterpiece. Hoping there will be some well deserved Oscars coming their way next year. Bravo!

Eddie Khuratchajaval says:

I’ve watched the film twice in a
week. It was just beautiful and heartbreaking. I recommend also listen to the audiobook narrated by Armie Hammer. This will t
make you to appreciate this film even better. it

John Canino says:

You’re review was awesome, beautiful, insightful and intelligent. Thank you!

Pae hunsa says:

I like you Review movie is so good

Piri Gonzalez says:

I cried and still feeling very sad. I think this is a part in everyone’s life as they grow up. Something they never forget.

ZeroPointField says:

insightful review–thanks! (Also happy to hear Luca’s last name finally pronounced properly!)

William Jeffrey says:

A very descriptive, intelligent review. Well done !

Ronnie Caron says:

I clicked on your Chanel, because of the movie and have become a fan of yours! If I closed my eyes and just listened to your review, I would have assumed that you were a 60 year old man who had a long , brialant and highly successful career as a critic!! WHO ARE YOU????? Where did you come from?? If I had never read the book or seen the movie or listened to the the audio book (I have done all 3), your spellbinding review, would have me at a bookstore in the Morning, or had me downloading the audio book and binglisteng all night, then cancelling my Saturday night plans and traded them for tickets to the movie…Back to the book, I read it a few years ago, was blown away and would have never believed it could be made into a movie..I was so so wrong… I can relate to Elio, because I was a young teen in the mid 80s and led 2 lives, but I can also relate to Oliver..there were many, country club, married with kids, closited men around me.? Highly successful, masculine men, well braught up and ivyleague educated, who led 2 lives..I knew first hand, about a few of them and over the years, learned about a number of would have been, impossible, for Oliver, to have continued his romance, with Elio, back in those sad repressive times…..I don’t want to be a spoiler, so I won’t elaborate.? It is important to point out, that the movie story, ends well before the book ends…I’ve heard there might be another script, in the works.i hope it tells the story, from Oliver’s point of view….thanks again, for your hartwarming and insperational review… I’ll be looking forward, to more of you. You have another fan..

teenie beenie says:

gr8 review!!!!
my fave movie of the year/ decade!
love never dies: it only grows as the trees and rivers flow on on on….

Alana Day says:

such a great review i completely agree with everything you said. i didn’t know why i was sad even before Oliver left but now it makes sense. we all knew he was gonna leave and something about that summer would never be repeated. that it felt like a dream from start to finish and time was the arch enemy coming between them. i recommend watching it a second time because you’ll unconsciously watch it from Oliver’s perspective, and that adds even more dimension to the movie. ughh one of my new fave movies i love this film so much

craig mills says:

Great review! Excellent movie. I’m gonna look out for other reviews of yours from now on

uutuber431 says:

omg its a european twink

Trevor Thoms says:

Great review! Seen the movie and read the book and agree with you on all the points you made. Will look for your next review! Cheers!

jareddaughtry says:

VISIONS OF GIDEON by Sufjan Stevens

I have loved you for the last time
Is it a video? Is it a video?
I have touched you for the last time
Is it a video? Is it a video?

For the love, for laughter I feel up to your arms
Is it a video? Is it a video?
For the love, for laughter I feel up to your arms
Is it a video? Is it a video? Is it a video?

I have loved you for the last time
Visions of Gideon, visions of Gideon
And I have kissed you for the last time
Visions of Gideon, visions of Gideon

For the love, for laughter I feel up to your arms
Is it a video? (Is it a video?) Is it a video? (Is it a video?)
For the love, for laughter I feel up to your arms
Is it a video? (Is it a video?) Is it a video? (Is it a video?)
For the love, for laughter I feel up to your arms
Visions of Gideon (visions of Gideon), visions of Gideon (visions of Gideon)

For the love, for laughter I feel up to your arms
Visions of Gideon (visions of Gideon),
Visions of Gideon (visions of Gideon),
Visions of Gideon Visions of Gideon,
Visions of Gideon, visions of Gideon…
Visions of Gideon (Is it a video?),
Visions of Gideon (Is it a video?),
Visions of Gideon… Is it a video?…

JesusSavedJoshua says:

There is nothing romantic about this trainwreck of sin. Poop with a flower in it still stinks.

mibello aleman says:

Very insightful review. Very intelligent, unlike the mimbo (I won’t reveal his name) in another channel who didn’t know the facts, details about the film. You knew the details and you nailed the essence of the film, which I haven’t seen yet, but so far I’m getting the feel of it – it’s love story that will imprint itself to our brain and remain with us for a long time. I can relate to a summer love story in Italy (ah, bella Firenze!) albeit it makes me a little sad.

Dr.Gavagai says:

U r Cute

David Thaler says:

Enjoyed your review, but couldn’t make it all the way through. I heard “Visions of Gideon” in the background ( the song in the emotionally gut-punching last scene) and started tearing up.

Kendrick Jacocks says:

Funny, how well you describe certain things. I would like to see the movie anyway, but cinematography is a main attractor for me in any movie, but so is the dynamic of sincere relationships. When I first saw the clips, the first thing I said was “This is what happens to some people in real life” I had a reason for saying that. Anyway, I watch the good ones over and over, partly for wanting a gorgeous country house. Thanks, you seem in heaven! Hoping the movie is half as good…

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