Tall Girl 2 | Official Trailer | Netflix

After her inspiring speech at the homecoming dance, Jodi (Ava Michelle) is no longer just the “tall girl” – she’s popular, confident, has a boyfriend, and just booked the lead role in this year’s school musical. But as the pressure of her newfound popularity intensifies, so do her insecurities, and new relationships are formed while old ones are tested. As the world she built starts to crumble around her, Jodi realizes that standing tall was only just the beginning.

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Tall Girl 2 | Official Trailer | Netflix

Landing the lead in the school musical is a dream come true for Jodi, until the pressure sends her confidence — and her relationship — into a tailspin.

29 replies
  1. ForeverConfused AndKindaCute
    ForeverConfused AndKindaCute says:

    Jokes aside I genuinely enjoyed this movie.. like not everything has to be about cancer or poverty or assault or horrible issues… some of us r privileged n imposter syndrome/anxiety are issues too…. the movie was adorable n good for a teen movie anyway… what's with the weird hate?

  2. Elena Graves
    Elena Graves says:

    6'1" is the height of my mom. 5'8" is the height of my dad. This movie is terrible to watch for me because it's so stupid to portray her as so marginalized when it's literally her fault she thinks dating a short guy is "settling"

  3. IcOnIc_plAyEr
    IcOnIc_plAyEr says:

    ok but the one line (its not in the trailer but) about "well society deemed it socially unnaceptable for a tall person and a short person to date" tf??? no it didnt, maybe some people look at you and think "wow thats a big height difference lol" but nothing else. also, NEITHER OF THEM ARE SUPER SHORT OR SUPER TALL TO BEGIN WITH

  4. Silk Entertainment
    Silk Entertainment says:

    im so glad that this movie brought to light the fact that the issues i face like everyone in my family having 2 days to live is way better than being tall and popular.
    ugh im so glad to know people have it worse

  5. jeyshel
    jeyshel says:

    you don't understand. just bc u don't always see it or you've never been exposed or awared of doesn't mean it never happens bc in my case, i really relate to this movie.

    i'm 5"5 and i always hear every other tall people hear. i know what you're thinking my height aren't even tall but here in my place, it's tall plus i'm kinda skinny which made me look taller. i never saw this a problem to myself until people started to point it out. u see? there's no such thing such as insecurities, it's just the way the people around us percieve it that making us look to it as an 'insecurity’. it's not us, it's them, their perception and some of the comments are invalidating these feelings as if having this insecurity wasn't bc of them in the first place. you're just proving that the main problem to this movie is actually true and real and tbh the acting was kinda lame tho


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