Every Day

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6.51 h 37 min2018X-RayPG-13
Based on David Levithan's bestselling novel, Every Day tells the story of Rhiannon, a 16-year-old girl who falls in love with a mysterious spirit named "A" that inhabits a different body every day.
Directors
Michael Sucsy
Starring
Angourie RiceOwen TeagueJacob Batalon
Genres
RomanceFantasyDrama
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English [CC]
Audio languages
EnglishEnglish [Audio Description]
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Supporting actors
Justice SmithMaria BelloDebby RyanColin FordLucas Jade Zumann
Producers
Anthony BregmanPeter CronChristian GrassPaul Trijbits
Studio
Amazonian Pictures
Rating
PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
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4.5 out of 5 stars

574 global ratings

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AmandaReviewed in the United States on March 31, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Better than being given credit. Stop the hate bandwagon.
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Completely disagree with negative reviews. I got a clinical psych degree at first university to have a LGBTQ program and do NOT think this is exploiting gender-identity issues. That is such projection it mind-baffling. It's not a perfect movie, but it's worth is notable. The acting is quite good, it's creative even if adjustments could have "perfected" it. There's a bit of a Groundhog day (insofar as someone living a new day over and over in a sense), and "All of Me" where actors have the double task of playing themselves and then that character with a different spirit in it. This actually isn't an easy task as an actor, and it's done well here. And while I love French films, dramas, etc., it's positive and clearly simply illuminates the ability to look past the exterior, labels etc. But don't make it into something it isn't! Sometimes an apple is just an apple. This is NOT a gender-identity film. How could someone literate or educated think this? There is so much projection and knee-jerk offense, that you can tell these people are walking around with a chip-on their shoulders. Give this movie a try, cut out the PC nonsense and relax.
60 people found this helpful
S. AlleyReviewed in the United States on April 15, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
I loved this movie
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Every so often I read a book and I am so moved by it I can't read anything else for awhile after, I just have to sit with it and experience a deep melancholic ache, but a very few times I've experienced something similar with a movie, this was one of those time. I cried after watching, I'm crying now thinking back on it. The other movies I can think of that had this impact on me were Timer and Another Earth. I was not expecting to be so profoundly touched by what appeared to be a teen romance movie and I even thought for a moment why was such an interesting premise wasted on such a trite subject, however upon reflection I realize it had to be because only in our youth can we manage such believable extreme passion in one day. Us older folk might still believe in love at first sight, but tomorrow comes so quickly it's way too easy to push aside especially when faced with rational reality. A and Rhiannon are too innocent to let cynicism get in their way but not so naive as to ignore their own impact and so it makes their love both possible and meaningful. This is a love story, unquestionably, but it goes way beyond the love of two people for each other demonstrating a far greater love and respect for all, for each of us, for every being we can be and know, and for every day we have before us and behind us. So many little things haunt me about this movie, it manages to touch on so many issues without going dark and shoving it down our throats as so many modern movies seem to do... I suppose some might fault it for that, seeing the world through rose colored glasses in a sense, however for me I find it gives space to truly feel the depths of anguish rather than being so overwhelmed it's impossible to process and you end up just walking away feeling hopeless and numb. This movie is simple and subtle, a whisper so gentle you feel it more than you hear it. I could write a novel I suspect about all the details of this movie and how they each gave me pause to reflect on various aspects of life (and love and loss and so much more...) but I don't want to give any spoilers, even though it's not really the type of movie you can spoil the story too much, not a lot happens really, but like a great song I believe this movie is better experienced for oneself, I wouldn't want to taint that. Speaking of great songs, I wasn't much younger than the characters in this movie when The The's This is the Day was playing on the radio and I was singing to it in the car myself so I can't say for certain if this didn't just set me in the mood from the getgo... I can say it's the perfect song for this movie.
23 people found this helpful
R. Noel BurrReviewed in the United States on February 27, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
Hard pass.
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Just fluff with gender identity themes. Like Hollywood needs to exploit that issue any more.

At least it was free.
28 people found this helpful
GypsylaceReviewed in the United States on March 31, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Beautiful movie
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I really didn't expect to like this movie as much as I did. I thought each A was beautiful, and each player allowed the character to take over and shine through. Rhiannon was a normal girl with such an open heart. I am glad I found this movie.
I read a few reviews, and I don't understand movies being judged for inclusion. I realize the genre was fantasy, but as far as the essence of young love... it felt real.
23 people found this helpful
Supreme ChancellorReviewed in the United States on June 9, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
One of the few great book to screen adaptations I've seen.
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I loved the book, and the did an amazing job on the movie too.
21 people found this helpful
~ XLNTMOMMY ~Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2019
2.0 out of 5 stars
GENDER IDENTITY ISSUES and AMBIGUITY in PLOT/THEME .. !
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WTF .. the other reviewer who attacked the negative reviews because this movie DOES REEK with GENDER IDENTITY issues .. has NO IDEA what they are talking about and should get a refund for their self proclaimed "Psyche" degree .. this movie could hav been SOoo much more ! but it leaves you hanging and quite frankly, I thought it never answered the eternal Question of who the heck "A" really was .. quintessentially it Could hav been the on-set of a mental illness akin to what her fathers breakdown emulates … OR it was the framing for Gender Identity issue for the teen when that topic has been beaten to Death by Hollywood, and as another reviewer suggested, do we REALLY NEED ANOTHER GENDER IDENTITY MOVIE ..?? enough already .. the ending left more questions than it answered and not in a good way .. the choppy method in the body of this movie had you wondering what the meaning was for each scene and new personality .. each person/interaction was nice enough .. just no Direction in where the storyline takes you .. with much ambiguity in its intent, and over-worked subject matter (when again it Could hav been so much More ..!) thusly means I am forced to giv this one only 2 stars .
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John GarganiReviewed in the United States on April 19, 2019
4.0 out of 5 stars
Rare movie exploring just what profound love can be....
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the depths of true love can go way further than just the physical: ask any elderly couple that has been married over 50 years, when neither of them look like they did when they met, and yet they will tell you their love is stronger than ever.

In this movie, we see literally and figuratively, how profound the SPIRIT of love is, so profound, that it doesn't matter if the other person now looks completely different EVERY SINGLE DAY, not just in appearance, but in gender.

In fact, the utter impossibility of trying to maintain such a relationship is shown in a bittersweet way in this movie, that is rarely seen in such "teen" movies.

Love is a very powerful feeling and emotion and defies logic and description, and this film validates that. It really makes one think...…..and it can cross the social boundaries of race, creed or gender.

When the script, acting/direction is also good, you then arrive at such a marvelous film to watch.
6 people found this helpful
Crazy cat ladyReviewed in the United States on July 12, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Very much worth your time and money!
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Wow! Just incredible! The concept, the script, the acting! Awesome and amazingly creative! Cheers to those who made this exist!
15 people found this helpful
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