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Now Is Good

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Tessa is dying of acute lymphoblastic leukemia but her positive mental attitude drives her to write a list of her want-to-do list before dying. On the top of her list are the desire to do dangerous things and hope to lose her virginity.
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Fan The Fire
The problem isn't so much that Now Is Good will reduce its teenage target audience to public sniveling, but that it does so by pushing the most obvious and most sentimental buttons repeatedly, relentlessly and somewhat extravagantly.
September 30, 2012
Eye for Film
This latest directorial outing by Ol Parker has a veneer of cancer but it's the wish-fulfilment teenage romance at its heart that is most likely to appeal to its target audience.
October 07, 2012
Preteen girls will find this soppy romance unbearably romantic, but everyone else will struggle to sit through it
September 25, 2012
I'm sorry to say, that despite Dakota Fanning's powerful dying performance, Now Is Good - is not a good movie. Unfortunately, it looks like a 90's daytime soap and pulls at the heart strings like Michael Bolton's mullet.
September 21, 2012
Flick Filosopher
Why is [Dakota Fanning] living onscreen the way that so few female protagonists get to live? Because she's dying. *sigh*
September 21, 2012
Time Out
Hellbent on inspiring a rush of wind-beneath-my-wings, life-affirming feeling.
September 18, 2012
Surprisingly harsh when it comes to the dented appeal of its lead character, the movie is a predictable drag, attempting to cozy up to its young adult literary origins in a decidedly tuneless fashion.
January 03, 2013