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Drama, Romance
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Stella Meghie
Danube Hermosillo as Rosa (as Danube R. Hermosillo)
Marion Eisman as Nurse Janet
Nick Robinson as Olly Bright
Amandla Stenberg as Maddy Whittier
Robert Lawrenson as Mr. Waterman
Peter Benson as Dr. Chase
Françoise Yip as Dr. Francis
Sage Brocklebank as Astronaut
Dan Payne as Joe
Anika Noni Rose as Pauline
Storyline: A 17 year old girl named Madeline Whittier has a rare disease that causes her to have to stay indoors 24/7 with her filtered air. Her whole life is basically books, her mom, and Carla(her nurse). One day, a moving truck pulls in next door. There she sees Olly. Olly Bright is Maddy's new neighbor. They get to know each other through emails. The more they get to know each other, the more they fall in love. Olly starts to make Maddy realize that she isn't really living. This starts the adventures of Maddy's new life.
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Everything Everything is good
I'm going to give Everything Everything an 8 because it's good, but not that good. Nick Robinson really steals the show here, he is an amazing actor and I feel like without him this movie would of been a 4 but since they hired Nick it's an 8. The story plot is good, but I feel like the other minor actors in the movie could of been fleshed out more and they could of had more to do. Amandla is a good actress too and very pretty, but she could only work with the material given. I just think the movie was missing something. It was just too focused on Maddy not leaving the house. I did enjoy the little twist, I didn't see that coming and the actress that plays the mother was good, but again we hardly saw her. This is the first review I wrote that I gave the movie anything lower than a 10. I felt like Everything Everything should get a review, but it definitely was not a 10. Go see it, it's not terribl, it is just missing something. Oh and the movie was beautifully shot and the director was good too!
Unfinished movie
"Everything everything" is probably one of the cheesiest movie I've ever seen. Let me explain. I get it, it's a teenager movie. Nothing wrong with that, except for me it doesn't send the right message. It's simply a polished version of reality. Sure I'll grant that there's been a little bit of thought put into the plot (arguable) but the dialogues, the characters, the music ... no depth. I'm usually not that harsh on movies but this one I have to say is just a scam. The whole purpose of a romantic drama is to make the audience feel something. The non existent depth I was talking about earlier is therefore essential to that type of movie. "Everything everything" could be compared to an unfinished canvas, we've got the main colors, we've got the shapes, we've got a few brushstrokes but a lot of elements are missing. I work on the assumption that what makes a good movie is the unpredictable, that small instant when you say to yourself "didn't see that coming !". Well, I'm sorry to say that that movie is quite the opposite of a good movie. No suspense whatsoever. Everything is predictable. Everything.
Everything, Everything Is Captivating...Until the Contrived and Rushed Ending
Everything, Everything is a movie with a great premise for a story, but a rushed and contrived ending causes, what should have been an excellent film, to fall apart like a house of cards. It isn't just unfortunate. It's sad. I've seen plenty of bad films over 40 years of watching movies, but movies that disappoint me the most, are the ones that start off really strong, but then fail to deliver at the end during the "home stretch."

Maddy Whittier is an 18-year-old girl whose entire world is confined to her house. Due to a rare disease called SCID (Severe Combine Immune Deficiency), she is unable to step outside without literally risking her life, as she is vulnerable to everything.

Almost immediately, she sees Olly move in next door, and for some reason, she's captivated by him. Movies shouldn't always provide an explanation for such connections, since invariably people ARE attracted to others without knowing why. This film smartly moves forward. They first communicate via texting (never Skype, which doesn't make sense), and then eventually, Maddy's nurse agrees to secretly let the boy come over. Everything in the house, including people, are sterilized. They meet, and clearly there is a connection.

Maddy's true dream is to see and swim in the ocean, and she and Olly, decide to take off for Hawaii, thus putting her life at risk. But, isn't a day of living worth more than a lifetime in prison? As an audience member, we sympathize with her, despite knowing what is likely going to happen.

Up until this point, the movie is working, and then, fatefully, the writers and director decided to throw in a convoluted, rushed twist to ensure that the movie ends almost perfectly, nice and neat in a perfect box with a little bow on top.

It turns out that Maddy's mother has been less than truthful about Maddy's condition, thus turning the mother into a monster right out of a Stephen King novel! When Maddy finds out, her reaction is downright hilarious, when it shouldn't be. If you found out that you were being trapped in the world of your house because you were being manipulated for your entire 18 years of life, how would you react? Eighteen years of your life have literally been stolen from you. Everything you've dreamed of doing has been just that: a dream. Maddy's reaction is ridiculous and completely unrealistic, and only serves to help the writer to wrap up the film in a nice "Hallmark" contrived manner. It left me shaking my head. Any rational, logical character would have been overcome with anger and even rage. Instead, Maddy runs away. Maddy's mother shows up to apologize. And while Maddy hasn't forgiven her mother, they embrace in a tearful farewell. I teach middle school writing students who could come up with a better ending than the writers did for this film.

The movie turns in very strong performances all around. I was very impressed with the cast, and the story was working...until the end. Unfortunately, the ending is so contrived that a movie that I was ready to give a "9" to, ended up dropping because the ending hurts the entire film. I wouldn't hire the writers or the director to do anything else if this was the best that they could do. Talk about a wasted and blown opportunity!
"Love is worth everything. Everything."
Life is Short

short review by Krystal

Everything Everything

non-spoiler alert: This movie is absolutely beautiful. I couldn't stop smiling during the entire movie. Amandla and Nick did an amazing job portraying Maddy and Olly. The movie is very faithful to the book (something that I appreciate a lot) The soundtrack is perfect for the story. And I can't wait to watch it again.
I am disappointed to be honest
I went see this today as I'd read the book (even though I was already spectacle from seeing the trailer...) I don't really know what to say about this movie to be honest... It was just so wrong. The character's didn't fit and it was super tacky but it's watchable.

Maybe my review isn't the most accurate though as I was sat in the cinema with a bunch of loud teenagers who kept shrieking and running around D:
Spectacular Movie... Especially if you've read the book
I recently went and saw Everything, Everything with a few of my friends. They had not read the book before hand, but I had. I was ready to point out all the differences between the two. Come on, it's a YA adaption, when doesn't it have a few major changes? However, I couldn't find anything. Sure there were a few minor changes, but nothing super important; Nick Robinson, Amandla Stenberg, and the rest of the cast were phenomenal. Me and all my friends loved it.
True Love story
This film truly gave me all the feels, it shows that there is some one who can love you no matter what is going on in your life.

A boy moving in next door and falling in love with you sounds like a fairy tale but this story has its ups and downs but shows that together you can achieve anything. I think this story was very well told and I wish there was a sequel to it as I would love to know what happened next with Maddy and Olly and his family.
Everything isn't everything
This review of Everything, Everything is spoiler free

*** (3/5)

YOU CAN SEE the appeal for Hollywood to star young pretty actors to star as people with a terminal illness. Think Me and Earl and the Dying Girl or The Fault In Our Stars and in its roots it's definitely effective. So it's really no surprise that young, pretty people are used for the adaptation of Nicola Yoon's best selling YA novella Everything, Everything. A story about a smart, inspirational 18-year-old girl who is diagnosed with Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID), a rare immunity disease which basically states that she cannot venture outside her house until a boy moves next door and the two fall in love. Of course the irresistible leads help too.

There's Madeline played by Amandla Stanberg (The Hunger Games) and secondly there's Olly played Nick Robinson (The Fifth Wave) - these two are fantastic together sharing incredible chemistry and stunning performances. Madeline is a charming, beautiful young woman who lives her whole life in the pages of her books, she loves building models and imagines living her life outside the locks and the protection of her home. Olly is a handsome young man, who convinces her that she isn't living a life and helps her come out of her shell. They first communicate via email they dream of meeting face to face, but the problems that face her is that she cannot venture out her door otherwise she becomes ill.

It's essentially a more entertaining, gender-reversed version of The Boy In The Plastic Bubble and for a while it works, there is stunning narration between the two leads, shining moments in the imagination of Madeline and beautiful cinematography which shows the bright, vibrant world beyond her window. In addition the film thrives in the irresistible chemistry of the two leads. And they get incredible supporting help too, from Anika Noni Rose who plays Madeline's mother and Ana de la Raguira who plays her trusting nurse.

However, for all the praises and expertly crafted beautiful workmanship there are flaws, particularly in the storytelling; in some places the film has gaps of plot which are left unconvincing. Also the scripts that are given to narrate is often trite which begs for a re-write. And sadly in the third act some of the material is left rubbery and predictable. As there are a few swimming scenes that bounce around repetitively which unfortunately leaves the material perhaps begging for a re-hash. Sure enough, Everything, Everything isn't perfect by a long shot but the film succeeds with its impeccable characterization, stunning storytelling and fantastic performances which in turn make much needed amends to the flaws and help it score high.

VERDICT: A muddled yet charming, well-acted and fun YA adaptation which despite the drops, scores quite high in the teenage girl's film market.
Syrupy sweet teenage romance
This film is similar to the fault in our stars in many ways, it doesn't involve cancer but it does involve one teen suffering from a disease. Madeline (Amandla Stenberg) is an 18 year old girl who lives with her doctor mother in California, her father and brother died in a car accident years ago. And Olly (Nick Robinson) is an 18 year old boy who's just moved in next door to Madeline and her mother. Madeline has SCID, a disease where you're blood cells can't fight off simple bacteria, so she is forced to always stay inside the house because she could die if she doesn't. Madeline and Olly form a bond/connection through texting and holding up messages against the windows, they get to know one another and eventually begin to have romantic feelings towards one another. The chemistry between Nick Robinson and Amandla Stenberg was great, I really loved how they connected on screen and I bought their feelings for each other. The performances were very good from all cast members, Anika Noni Rose included. I thought Rose's performance was very commendable. The plot can be pretty predictable at times, but what made the movie work for me was the two leads performances and their romantic chemistry. That's what makes the movie worth seeing. 7/10, I do suggest everything everything.
Mediocre and highly predictable movie without anything original to offer
Greetings from Lithuania.

"Everything, Everything" (2017) is not a bad movie, but it was so average, mediocre and predictable that i couldn't recommend to watch it. While the premise does sound kinda fresh, at the end there isn't anything fresh in this movie.

The worst thing here are three main factors - poorly mediocre directing (no suspense, although pacing was not bad), script and casting. The story is told without any excitement nor originality. While acting by two lead unknown (at least for me) actors wasn't bad, there is ZERO chemistry between them - they just said the lines they were asked in a way they learned at their acting schools.

Overall, even the twist at the end of "Everything, Everything" can not save this movie from being mediocre at its best. And about that twist (which i predicted from the first second i heard the premise) - it was shown without any "wow" factor, as the whole movie itself. There is anything you will miss if you skip this flick, yet if you catch it on TV on some boring evening, you might check it out for one time. On a VERY boring evening.
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