Every Day (2018) Rated PG-13

A teenager falls in love with someone who transforms into a different person every day. Based on the book by David Levithan. Starring Angourie Rice, Justice Smith, and Jeni Ross.

This film has so many plot holes it isn’t even funny. “A,” the being who jumps from body to body every day, has no explanation about why or how the transformation even works, which leaves the body jumping as a no rules story. When there are no rules, the story is chaotic. There is no reason for either character to do what they do, and there is no redemption for the characters. The only positive is that all the actors portraying “A” do an excellent job. Even in the end, what might come off as a redemption really isn’t. This film’s absence of structure and explanation make the plot worthless. It’s not worth a watch.

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