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Maddy Whittier suffers from a rare immuno-deficiency disorder known as SCID which means she is incredibly susceptible to infectious viruses. As a result, she has been confined to her home for her entire life, living only with her protective mother Pauline after her father and brother were killed in a car-crash when she was younger. When a new boy named Olly moves in next door, the two strike up a deep bond through texting one another which changes Maddy’s outlook on life considerably. She yearns to see the ocean and wants to experience first love like any other teenager, but her mother forbids it, leaving Maddy to decide just how much she is prepared to risk for her and Olly to be together.
Outsider-by-choice and keen amateur filmmaker Greg is mortified when his mother forces him to befriend a seriously ill classmate.
11+ years 98 mins
Emotional romance based on the best-selling novel in which two terminally ill teenagers fall in love and face their fates.
14+ years 120 mins
Romantic sci-fi about a boy raised on Mars visiting Earth for the first time.
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Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Pitch Perfect 3 and Molly's Game are also in cinemas, with Dunkirk, Logan Lucky and Everything, Everything out on DVD.
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Nicola Yoon discusses the adaptation of her book Everything, Everything and seeing her creation come to life on screen. Out in cinemas 18 August.
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