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Everything, Everything

Everything, Everything is a Must-See for Teens

When it comes to teen movies and music that will keep the audience members engaged, Everything, Everything is a must-see for teens with its sweet and modern take on first love and the fresh music throughout the film.

Everything, Everything is a sweet love story that features a bi-racial couple. An 18-year-old girl who has never left her home for medical reasons falls in love with the boy next door. Quite literally, her new neighbor moves in and the two of them are immediately drawn to one another. They flirt and communicate through text messages at first, slowly getting comfortable with opening themselves up to one another.

Their first face-to-face encounter is filled with the awkward innocence of teens on the brink of discovering who they are and how they hope others will see them.

I think you’ll end up listening to the soundtrack over and over again after seeing this film. This is one teen romance that your young adults will remember for years to come.

You may recognize the main character. Amanda Stenberg played Rue in the Hunger Games. Her love interest, played by Nick Robinson, was cast as Zach in Jurassic World.

EVERYTHING, EVERYTHING Official Movie Soundtrack

The Everything, Everything official movie soundtrack includes the hit “Stay” by Zedd and Alessia Cara. Other artists include Kehlani, Mac Demarco and Billie Eilish and even the film’s star, Amandla Stenberg. Amandla Stenberg stars, directs and edits her music video for “Let My Baby Stay”.

1. Night Drive – Ari Lennox
2. Let’s Go – Khalid
3. In Your Eyes – BADBADNOTGOOD feat. Charlotte Day Wilson
4. Howling – Ry X
5. Ocean Eyes – Billie Eilish
6. Parking Lot – Anderson .Paak
7. Stay – Zedd and Alessia Cara
8. Escape (Acoustic) – Kehlani
9. Girl – The Internet feat. KAYTRANADA
10. How Did We – Skylar Stecker
11. Let My Baby Stay – Amandla Stenberg

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The film does contain a scene that allude to a sexual encounter between the two, but it is done in a way which I think many parents will appreciate. 

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