• Every Day (2018)

Every Day

Release Date: February 23rd, 2018

PG-13 |1 hr 35 min

Plot Summary

Sixteen-year-old Rhiannon falls in love with A, a mysterious spirit who inhabits a different body every day. Feeling an unmatched connection, Rhiannon and A try to find each other on a daily basis, always unsure of what or who the next day will bring. Soon, the realities of loving someone who is a different person every 24 hours starts to take its toll, leaving Rhiannon and A to face the hardest decision either has ever had to make.

Cast: Angourie Rice, Justice Jesse Smith, Jeni Ross, Lucas Jade Zumann, Rory McDonald, Katie Douglas, Jacob Batalon, Ian Alexander

Director: Michael Sucsy

Genres: Fantasy , Romance

Production Co: FilmWave, Likely Story, Silver Reel, MGM, Spy Kids 4 SPV

Distributors: Orion Pictures

Keywords: Emotional , 2010s , Growing up , Charming , Endearing , Love , Heartwarming , Sacrifice , Relationships , Mystery , Transformation , Quest , Girlfriend ,

Ratings & Reviews

  • 75
    Brad WheelerThe Globe and Mail (Toronto)

    What we have here is an honestly simplified film for teen audiences that gently breaks barriers and embraces diversity, LGBTQ sexuality and pure romantic love. It's nothing close to a great film, but neither is it something young audiences see every day. show more

  • 72
    TheWrap

    It’s nothing short of a miracle that Every Day doesn’t collapse into the junk pile of its own refrigerator logic. Sucsy keeps the movie balanced nimbly between complex questions and earnest sentiment, and the need to constantly introduce new characters and circumstances keeps Every Day brisk and engaging. show more

  • 40
    Michael RechtshaffenThe Hollywood Reporter

    At its core is a well-intentioned message about inclusivity and valuing inner beauty, but the film, adapted from the 2012 YA best-seller by David Levithan (albeit with a problematic perspective shift), remains stuck in a stubborn rut somewhere between confusing and snooze-inducing. show more

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