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The Half of It

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Here's what we have on Alice Wu's, "The Half of It".

104 min | Comedy, Drama, Romance

When smart but cash-strapped teen Ellie Chu agrees to write a love letter for a jock, she doesn't expect to become his friend — or fall for his crush.

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Notable Cast
Leah LewisLeah Lewis...Ellie Chu
Enrique MurcianoEnrique Murciano...Deacon Flores
Becky Ann BakerBecky Ann Baker...Mrs. Geselschap
Alexxis LemireAlexxis Lemire...Aster Flores
Daniel DiemerDaniel Diemer...Paul Munsky
Catherine CurtinCatherine Curtin...Colleen Munsky
Collin ChouCollin Chou...Edwin Chu
Wolfgang NovogratzWolfgang Novogratz...Trig Carson
Haley MurphyHaley Murphy...Solange
Alex D. JenningsAlex D. Jennings...Paul's Friend
Billy Thomas MyottBilly Thomas Myott...Tommy Munsky


Alice WuAlice Wu...Screenplay

Box Office Data

(2020) U.S. Dollars
Opening weekend...$N/A
Gross (US & Canada)...$N/A
Gross (World)...$N/A


Additional Content
Cast Photos...IMDb
Box Office...IMDb Pro
Poster...Official Site
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