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What if you couldn't touch anything in the outside world? Never breathe in the fresh air, feel the sun warm your face...or kiss the boy next door? "Everything, Everything" tells the unlikely love story of Maddy, a smart, curious and imaginative 18-year-old who due to an illness cannot leave the protection of the hermetically sealed environment within her house, and Olly, the boy next door who won't let that stop them. Maddy is desperate to experience the much more stimulating outside world, and the promise of her first romance. Gazing through windows and talking only through texts, she and Olly form a deep bond that leads them to risk everything to be together...even if it means losing everything.
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Critics Consensus: Everything, Everything should tug young adult heartstrings fairly effectively, but may not be quite engrossing enough to woo less melodramatically inclined viewers.
You'd have to be very young and naive not to see the twist coming, but perhaps that is the point.
August 16, 2017
Everything, Everything is not for everyone, but it will satisfy a certain subset of teenage girls...
June 25, 2017
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Endearing teen love story is sure to make book fans happy.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Everything, Everything is a Fault in Our Stars-esque romantic drama based on Nicola Yoon's best-selling YA novel about Maddy Whittier, a teenage girl with a severe auto-immune disorder who falls in love with her new neighbor, Olly Bright. Starring Amandla Stenberg and Nick Robinson, the adaptation is fairly true to the book, with just a smattering of language ("s--t") and scariness/violence (Maddy gets sick and must be rushed to the hospital, and Olly's father hits him). There's a love scene that also occurs in the book, but it's kept age-appropriate by fading away after a brief scene of undressing and kissing on a bed; only bare shoulders and a glimpse of back are seen. Especially for middle or high schoolers who read the book, this is a poignant, romantic film with strong messages about the power of love and the need to live your life, as well as the importance of courage and communication.
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- Release Date:May 19, 2017
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