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The Darkest Minds

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By finding that there is a group of teenagers who have abnormal abilities, the government settles on their choice to lock them up, as they think that they are a source of danger on the normal humans. While they are in their camps, a girl from them has succeed to escape. She goes to join another group from her kind, starting to put their plan to fight against the adults through a series of thriller and action events in an attempt to keep their lives safe.
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August 03, 2018

The Darkest Minds is a solid enough dystopian sci-fi YA adaptation, elevated by Amandla Stenberg's performance, but it won't revive this film trend.
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August 03, 2018

Fills the teen and young adult aimed dystopian movie series void. Predictable but fun enough to recommend. How good it really is will depend on sequels 2 and 3.
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August 03, 2018

"The Darkest Minds" is in desperate need of a spark, any spark. References to "Watership Down" and "Harry Potter" only serve to show how far this film is from the classics it admires.
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August 03, 2018

With each passing day our depressing present begins to resemble dystopian future more and more, so The Darkest Minds may benefit from timing more than actual profundity.
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August 03, 2018

Notable for its willingness to display coarse language (kids these days), and nasty behavior - it's a dystopia; when mind-control powers are in play, is it really so surprising that they get used for murder, rape, and torture?
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August 03, 2018

Although the film's ending is relatively open-ended, [director Jennifer] Yuh Nelson's message of mobilization is an urgent message, specifically for a young audience, which it goes to great lengths to understand and serve.
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August 03, 2018

Even... rushing through a story better articulated in the book, the filmmakers demonstrate that neither they nor this adaptation can be easily written off.
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August 03, 2018

It's a mildly intriguing premise, but the film doesn't follow through on it with any sort of logic, so the entire story unravels almost as soon as it begins.
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August 03, 2018

The environment in which stories like The Hunger Games or Divergent gained followings has changed, and The Darkest Minds has not adapted to survive it.
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August 03, 2018

Skilled actors can't save derivative, violent YA thriller.
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August 03, 2018

The film's bittersweet conclusion is strong enough to provide real narrative impetus for the inevitable sequel.
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August 02, 2018

What we're left with is a Mad-Libs version of a dystopian YA adaptation done by someone who saw half of an X-Men movie on TV once, with no depth, no new ideas, and no point.
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