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A strong outing for Amanda Stenberg.. Much better than a typical teen drama.
'Everything, Everything' gives off every vibe of just another 'Fault in Our Stars' but impressively enough, it somehow does something just a little differently. Whether it was the clear chemistry and/or the fantastic acting ability given off by Amanda Stenberg, it ultimately results in a product that is pure and genuine that shows a young love as innocent and honest as it could be. Besides minor petty things, there is not much to complain about. Being a typical young adult drama, I can not give a stronger rating but all things considered, this is a glowing thumbs up for 'Everything, Everything'.
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