Every Day

Genre:  Drama, Romance
Running Time:  95 min.
Release Date: February 23, 2018
DVD: June 5, 2018
Blu-ray: June 5, 2018

Current rating: Rating: 3.13
based on 32 votes and 7 reviews
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Cast: Angourie Rice, Maria Bello, Debby Ryan, Owen Teague, Colin Ford, Justice Smith, Katie Douglas, Lucas Jade Zumann, Jake Sim


A shy 16-year-old girl named Rhiannon (Angourie Rice) finds herself attracted to a mysterious soul named "A" who wakes up every single day in a different body - sometimes male, sometimes female, sometimes white, sometimes another color, but always the same age.

Feeling a connection, Rhiannon and A try to find each other every day, but Rhiannon never knows what to expect or what body to look for. As they fall in love, the realities of loving someone who is a different person every 24 hours takes a toll.

Based on the New York Times bestselling young adult novel Every Day by David Levithan. Canadian Connection  Canadian Connection: Filmed in Toronto, Brampton and Mississauga, Ontario. Several cast members are Canadian.

Director: Michael Sucsy
Studio: Elevation Pictures
Producer(s): Anthony Bregman, Paul Trijbits, Christian Grass, Peter Cron
Screenplay: Jesse Andrews

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  • 2 stars "It's ironic that the people this girl falls in love with can be a different race or even the same gender, but never another age. So we can be okay dating people of other races or the same gender, but god forbid the person is younger or older? Hypocritical. My guess is the writer is gay and promoting an agenda. Nothing more or less. Which we see a lot of in oh-so-liberal Hollywood. It seems like every young actor is now perfectly happy to say they would fall in love with anyone of any gender, because they're scared now to say they're straight in case they'd be discriminated against. How the tides have turned."
  • 1 star "Promoting the gay agenda, without coming right out and saying so."
  • 5 stars "LOVED this movie. People get so focused on sexuality. What I got from the film was the fragilness of life, not taking anything for granted. Being open and loving and kind."