Me Before You Reviews and Ratings
Though it is commendable that a British film has taken a rather pragmatic, matured and non religious stand on euthanasia, it is a shame that the film never delves deeper into the debate or makes a convincing case in its favour. Me Before You gets busy whipping up a tragic tale instead of making a point about the delicate issue.
The movie has already incited a few complaints about its portrayal of quadriplegics and its glossing over of the touchy subject of state-assisted suicide.
But it’s a sugar-coated romantic comedy with everything you’re looking for in a chick flick/chick lit and not a gritty documentary.