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“Anyone But You” Review

Get lost in the dramatic love story of Ben and Bea.
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Featuring Sydney Sweeney (Bea) and Glen Powell (Ben), “Anyone But You” premiered on Dec. 22 and got immediate attention. After watching, the buzz it got is well-deserved. 

The unique storyline sets this rom-com apart: a delightful concoction of classic romance integrated with simple humor. The movie is charming and makes you fall in love with the characters. In the first few minutes alone, you are immediately captured by a cute and classic coffee shop’s first interaction between Bea and Ben. 

After a miscommunication, the two end up hating each other. Yet somehow, they can’t seem to get away from each other. The two unexpectedly find themselves at a destination wedding in Sydney, Australia, as Bea’s sister is engaged to Ben’s friend. As they’re forced to bare each other, the two end up faking a relationship to solve their individual problems. The star-crossed lovers ineluctably fall for each other while capturing the romantic beauty of Australia. 

The film is loosely based on William Shakespeare’s comedy “Much Ado About Nothing,” but viewers could easily miss it. 

The plot will keep you on your toes and excited to know what happens next. The action-packed film will keep you interested the whole way through. With the repeated playing of Natasha Bedingfield’s “Unwritten,” this movie will leave you singing and dancing. 

 

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Reagan Masek, Midnight Sun Editor-in-Chief
Reagan Masek is a senior entering her fourth year on The Communicator staff and her third year as an EIC of the Midnight Sun. Outside the walls of Community High, you can find her out with her camera or playing lacrosse. She loves to go on drives and walks and you can always find her listening to music. She loves writing, photography and In-Design. She is super excited for another semester on staff and can’t wait to see what her final year at Community High holds!

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