Everything Everything offers plot twists to keep you guessing

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The movie, “Everything Everything,” came out Aug 15, 2017 on DVD. It was directed by Stella Meghie and written by J. Mills Goodloe. It was based on the 2015 novel “Everything Everything” by Nicola Yoon.

The movie is a romantic drama where an 18-year-old girl named Maddy is stuck inside her entire life, until she meets a boy named Olly. Everyday of her life up until then, she had always worn a white shirt with dark skinny jeans and the same pair of sneakers. She always ate the same thing every week and had the same schedule monitored by her nurse Carla. Now she wants to hang out with Olly and wear different colored clothes and different types of clothes, but she suffers from Severe Combined Immunodeficiency also known as SCIDS.

My favorite part in the movie was when Maddy and Olly went to Hawaii because she is not allowed to be outside her house, let alone across seas. The scenes from Hawaii were actually shot in Mexico. Everything was going good, until she got sick and ended up in a Hawaiian hospital. Eventually Maddy figured out that she never had SCIDS and her mom made it all up. The reason why she got sick in Hawaii was because her immune system was not strong enough since she had never been outside.

The movie made $60 million worldwide and $31.4 million in the United States. The runtime for the movie is 96 minutes, with lots of twists that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Actors include, Amandla Stenberg as Maddy Whittier, Nick Robinson as Olly Bright, Ana de la Reguera as Carla, and many more.

I would recommend this movie to anyone and everyone because it can change the way people look at life and other people like it did for me.

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Everything Everything offers plot twists to keep you guessing