Every Day

Synopsis: A shy teenager falls for someone who transforms into another person every day.
Director(s): Michael Sucsy
Production: Orion Pictures
Rotten Tomatoes:
97 min


Justin, let's go!

Justin. Hello, Justin.

Set an alarm for 11:00 p.m.

and set another alarm

for 11:
50 p.m.

Rhi, 6:
30, hon.


I'm up!

Oh, my God.

- Hello!

- Hi!

Oh, thanks, babe.


I need you to run those

errands today for me, please.

I don't really know

about today.

Just try. Okay, Nick?

See you later.


Jolene, breakfast. Come on!

- No!

- We're gonna be late.


Um... I could also drive,

if you want.

I mean, I could actually

use the practice.

Does that have spinach in it?

Yeah, Dad says spinach

has antioxidants.

Mmm. You know

what else has antioxidants?

- Your balls. Yeah.

- My balls.

Well, Dad says

it's important, so...


What's going on up here, huh?


Justin, my goon!

Yo, don't ignore me, bro.

Right, sorry. Hey, goon.

You okay?

Yeah, I'm good. All good.

I'm so tired.

I wanna drop Model UN,

but if I don't get

into Stanford,

I will literally cry to death.

That campus is so beautiful.

And their mascot is,

not even joking, a tree.

You're gonna apply

with me, right?

Yeah. For sure.

Where even is Justin?

I mean, what's up with him?

He takes you

totally for granted.

I'll be right back.


Look, I'm sorry

for texting you so much.

I was gonna text you "Sorry"

again this morning,

but I'd already

texted you so much,

And also, I know you don't

like it when I apologize,

so I guess I'm sorry

for saying "I'm sorry."


- Yeah?

- Don't be sorry.

That was on me.

I should've written you back.

No, you don't have to text me

every time I text you.

I think I do.


Well, I can come watch

your practice if you want.

That doesn't sound

that much fun for you.

Why are you

looking at me like that?

Like what?

What else do you have today?

Other than practice?

Nothing. No tests or anything.

Maybe it would be fun

if we just went somewhere?

Like, after school?

Or even now?

Is that something we do?

Well, couldn't it be?

He's an outstanding player.

He's young,

he has an ERA of 1.68.

He's not that

young! Twenty-three! He's...

Twenty-three years old!

This what you wanna listen to?

- Yeah.

- I mean, look at his record.

He got eighteen wins...

How about you

throw on some music?

What are you talking about?

They're gonna dump him?

Eighteen wins

against substandard teams...

All the money in the world

Couldn't buy back those days

- You pull back

- You pull back the curtain

And the sun burns

into your eyes

You know this song?

How did I not know that?

You watch a plane flying

Across the clear blue sky

This is the day

Your life will surely change

This is the day

When things fall into place

Saved your life!

Saved your life!

All right, come on!


"You have a nice smile."

Story checks out.

Good job, cookie.

Bad job, cookie.

It's not a fortune.

It's not?

No. A fortune would be,

"You will have a nice smile."

Because a fortune is supposed

to tell you the future.

Or something

you don't already know.

Like that you have

a nice smile.


It's just Dad.

You don't talk about him.

Like, ever.


He had a manic episode

a few years ago.

It's no big deal.

I had no idea.

Yeah, I haven't really

told anyone about it.

Not even Rebecca.

You don't have to, obviously.

Sometimes I want to.

It's just...

I don't know.

Well, what happened, exactly?

He came home one day

and told us he got

a big promotion.

He took us out to some French

restaurant to celebrate.

And then we went to a movie.

He paid the guy

some crazy amount

so we could have the whole

theater to ourselves.

I'm guessing no promotion?

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Jesse Andrews

Jesse Andrews is an American novelist and screenwriter. He co-wrote the screenplay for Luca and wrote both the novel and the feature-film adaptation of Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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  • fiebignikki30
    This was actually very helpful. I'm writing my own version of this movie into a story with different characters and this helped me a lot.
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