After Everything

After Everything

Besieged by writer’s block and the crushing breakup with Tessa, Hardin travels to Portugal in search of a woman he wronged in the past – and to find himself. Hoping to win back Tessa, he realizes he needs to change his ways before he can make the ultimate commitment.

  • Released:
  • Runtime: 93 minutes
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Stars: Josephine Langford, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Louise Lombard, Jessica Webber, Cora Kirk, Arielle Kebbel, Stephen Moyer, Benjamin Mascolo, Mimi Keene, Rosa Escoda, Ella Martine, Laura Dutra, Chance Perdomo, Kiana Madeira, Rob Estes, Arielle Kebbel, Carter Jenkins, Ana Ivanova, Anton Kottas, Dylan Sprouse
  • Director: Castille Landon
  • pmrmuzammil - 5 May 2024
    "After Everything": A Departure from the Formula
    "After Everything" (2023) marks a significant shift in the "After" franchise. Unlike the previous films based on Anna Todd's novels, this installment features an original story written and directed by Castille Landon.

    The film takes viewers on a new journey with Hardin Scott (Hero Fiennes Tiffin) as the central character. Following the events of "After Ever Happy," Hardin embarks on a solo quest for self-discovery.

    Here's a spoiler-free look at what to expect:

    Hardin's Story Takes Center Stage: This film delves deeper into Hardin's psyche, exploring his past traumas and motivations.

    A Fresh Narrative: The original screenplay offers a new chapter in the "After" universe, departing from the familiar formula of the previous films.

    Uncertain Destination: The film explores themes of healing, forgiveness, and the search for meaning, leaving viewers to ponder Hardin's ultimate fate.

    "After Everything" might appeal to fans curious about Hardin's journey beyond his relationship with Tessa. The original story and focus on his character development offer a different perspective compared to the previous films. However, those expecting a continuation of Tessa and Hardin's romance or a return to the series' familiar formula might be surprised by this new direction.
  • sharliep - 18 January 2024
    Cringe at its finest
    I had only watched the first one. I put this one on as background noise but ended up watching it simply because I could not believe someone gave this the green light to be an actual movie. Is this what impresses teenagers now? An even lower budget, non-vampire rated R version of twilight where the main "hero hunk" is always brooding and lusting over a girl he lost because of...the fact he published a book without telling her? And all he had to do the entire time was simply apologize? But instead we get a movie where he needs to go travel and make amends from his past life, lead another girl on while fantasizing about the girl he lost literally every 5 minutes, gets in a fight, apparently find himself that way and THEN goes and apologizes. So...dumb. I lost brain cells.

    Again. Total cringe.