How to watch Gifted – is it streaming?

Jasmine Valentine
Chris Evans and McKenna Grace in Gifted

The 2017 Chris Evans and McKenna Grace movie seems to be picking up steam on social media – here’s how to watch Gifted and whether it’s streaming.

With streaming platforms the perfect place to binge TV and movies that have been long forgotten, it’s not too surprising that some have a surge in popularity.

The last few weeks on Netflix’s chart alone has seen Horrible Bosses 2, Liam Neeson’s Made in Italy, and Ready Player One all climb into the top 10 with little to no reason why.

Now a new – well, old – movie is doing the rounds on social media, but is Gifted available on streaming? Here’s everything you need to know on how to watch it.

How to watch Gifted – is it streaming?

Gifted is only available to rent or buy on multiple digital platforms such as Apple TV, Amazon, and Google Play. It isn’t currently available to stream.

The movie’s synopsis reads: “Frank, a single man raising his genius niece, Mary, gets into a legal battle with his mother, Evelyn, over her custody. However, Evelyn will do anything to make Mary complete her mother’s project.”

Alongside Evans and Grace, the movie stars Octavia Spencer, Lindsay Duncan, and Jenny Slate.

Is Gifted on Netflix?

No, Gifted is not available to stream on Netflix as of writing.

It’s further bad news for streamers, as the 2017 film isn’t available on any rival streaming platform either.

We’ll keep this page updated should this change.

Is Gifted worth watching?

Gifted currently has a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer rating of 73%, with an audience score of 85%.

Michael Clark of Epoch Times wrote: “Gifted isn’t just a great family film, it offers insight and lessons for a lifetime and might actually make you and your children better people. That’s far more than you can expect to take away from any movie.”

Steven Prokopy at Third Coast Review added: “The concept of the new film from director Marc Webb seems deceptively simple, but as Tom Flynn’s deft screenplay (plucked from the 2014 blacklist) scratches the surface, things get complicated and often painful.”

Paul Byrnes of the Sydney Morning Herald agreed: “Gifted is not your run-of-the-mill melodrama. More like an exceptional melodrama. It still plays the violin, if you get what I mean, but the violinist is skillful.”

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