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6 films every teen must-see this summer

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“Everything, Everything” 

Rating: PG-13

Genre: Drama/Romance

Based off a best selling novel by Nicole Yoon, 18-year-old Maddy (Amandla Stenberg) suffers from an illness where she is unable to leave the protection of the tightly enclosed environment within her house. After she is greeted by her first love, Olly, (Nick Robinson), they risk everything for a day with each other. “Everything, Everything” comes to theaters May 19.

 

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“Dunkirk” 

Rating: PG-13

Genre: War/Drama/Action/Adventure

Set during World War II, “Dunkirk” regards the evacuation of the French city, Dunkirk. Victimized by the German army, allied soldiers from Belgium, the British Empire, Canada and France are left with no choice but to escape and evacuate during the battle before Nazi forces can take hold. “Dunkirk” comes to theaters July 21.

 

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“Person to Person”

Rating: not yet rated

Genre: Drama

Coming to theaters July 28, this film presents the lives of four characters through personal relationships, problems and unexpectancies around the city of New York. An investigative reporter, a curious feminist teenager, a love ill young man in search of his ex-girlfriend and a music lover partake in crazy adventures within the timeframe of one day.

 

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“Detroit”

Rating: not yet rated

Genre: Drama/History/Thriller

“Detroit” commemorates the 50th year anniversary of the police raids which occurred in Detroit, Mich. on July 25, 1967, known as the 12th Street Riot. The saddening events show the deaths of three black men and the brutal beatings of nine people. Releasing on Aug. 4 the film focuses on one of the largest citizen uprisings in United States history.

 

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“Annabelle: Creation”

Rating: R

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

Twenty years after the death of their daughter, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun (Stephanie Sigman) and several girls from an orphanage into their home.  The supernatural prequel tells the story of the beginning of the doll Annabelle. “Annabelle: Creation” hits theaters Aug. 11.

 

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“It”

Rating: R

Genre:Drama/Horror/Thriller

A bold group of seven children hunt down an evil clown, who has a history of murdering children in the 1960’s and 1990’s. These children face the haunting of a shapeshifting entity and must save themselves. Based on Stephen King’s novel “It”, this remake includes a different plot from the mini-series released in 1990, and will be released in theaters everywhere Sept. 8.

 

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