Caption +

(AP stock photo)

Show MoreShow Less

It’s easy to judge those darn kids always on their phones. But maybe that’s the wrong thing to do. Maybe now, in this world of Snapchatting, Instagramming, Facebooking, Twittering and YouTubing, growing up is harder than ever, and maybe we should recognize that. That’s understood after watching “Eighth Grade,” Bo Burnham’s poignant drama-comedy that follows a girl’s tumultuous year before high school. Find it on Redbox or rent from Amazon.

Seth is a features writer at The Gazette, covering the outdoors and the people and places that make Colorado colorful.

Load comments