This movie tells a sweet story of modern young love. The plot revolves around a teenage girl named Madeline Whittier (Amandla Stanberg) who is has a rare disorder that causes her to be confined to inside her home. The only people who she interacts with on her daily basis is her mom and nurse. A spark is ignited in her life when she begins interacting with a boy named Olly (Nick Robinson) who moves next door to her. He gives her hope that she may be able to live an adventurous life. The colors are bright in this film, it will stand out to you. The setting, the locations, the blue water. It had this positive hopeful vibe that pops. The story itself was fun to watch play out. I liked the unique relationship between Olly and Madeline. It has this genuine young romance that resonates. It’s refreshing that this movie portrays an interracial relationship, and not go with something stereotypical. Ideally this movie is aimed at teens and young adults, but most should be able to enjoy it. As a fan or romantic movies, I sure did.
Blu-ray Special Features:
- Trapped in Love: The Story of Everything, Everything
- Deleted Scenes