Movie Review: “Everything, Everything” is EVERYTHING! Young Love, New Discoveries

by admin on August 19, 2017

I just finished watching the movie titled Everything, Everything based off of the novel by Nicola Yoon. Let me just say this, the movie kept me hooked on all sides, so I know the book must be insane good. Let me get into the movie though because I’m just in love with young, innocent love which is what the movie was basically about along with discovery… in more than one way!

Here is the dose:

There is this young, teenage girl who is allergic to every freaking thing, like the air will cause her to implode. Well, this guy moves in next door, and he flirts with her through the window because he is attracted to her. Of course, she becomes attracted to him, however, things get complicated because she can’t go outside – at all. Therefore, they sneak…

LOOK, I’M GOOD FOR SPOILING A MOVIE BUT NOT THIS ONE, THUS I WON’T TELL YOU HOW THEY GET TOGETHER, BUT THEY DO! NOW IMAGINE WHAT IS ABOUT TO GO DOWN. YOU DON’T EVEN REALIZE…SERIOUSLY.

Anyway, the question on your mind now should be, did she get sick and die? If you are curious, you MUST watch. There is such a beautiful romance and a big huge twist in the movie that you will be like “oh crap”! Despite the twists and turns, the connection between the young loves is beauti-freaking-ful. Don’t let your teens watch this or they will want to fall in love tomorrow and then be pissed down the line because love just isn’t this darn perfect. It will fool ’em, and you don’t want that nonsense to go down. “But, ma, it was EVERYTHING, just EVERYTHING!” is what you’ll hear when they break up, and you’ll remember that I told you so.

I give this movie a six out of five stars because this is my book review and my rules. I have six out of five in everything, so whatever. It’s a nice, calm breeze of a movie that makes you literally want to see what happens in an nice and fluid type of way. I honestly haven’t seen a movie like this in a long time…with all the innocence and no crime, vulgarity and rolling around in the mud. I love EVERYTHING, EVERYTHING.

Thanks Nicola Yoon. I must get the book…and watch the movie again. Yes!


Now while you’re here, read Disguised by a Raging Smile by yours truly

It happened in 1984. Her mom was gone, and she was left all alone in the house for only a few minutes. This was when her life changed, and everyone outside the home heard her screams. This was the life of innocent Katy Rose.

 

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