Opinion Battles Round 6 Favourite Young Adult Movie

Opinion Battles – Favourite Young Adult movie?

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opinion battlesOpinion Battles Round 6 Favourite Young Adult Movie

With Divergent: Allegiant hitting the cinemas I think it would be a great choice to look at our favourite Young Adult movies because let’s face it we get as many of these as we do superhero movies. The films are usually designed to be a series from a set of books. So what is the most popular Young Adult film?

If you want to take part in Opinion Battles we will be looking at Worst Remake, the closing date for choices will be Sunday 3rd April 2016 you can send you choice to moviereviews101@yahoo.co.uk

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Odd Thomas is from a series of books by Dean Koontz which follows Odd Thomas as he tries to help the recently deceased pass over, he also has to deal with the demons of the afterlife. Odd works with his girlfriend…

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16 Responses to Opinion Battles Round 6 Favourite Young Adult Movie

  1. I guess for me, Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back. I was young back then and it totally blew everything else out of the water. Is it young adult? I’d say yes, but you may disagree!

    • emmakwall says:

      I don’t disagree! It’s hard to classify what is Young Adult anyway, not everyone will have the same (objective!) views. I like your choice 🙂 would you even want to join in with an Opinion Battle?

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  3. Urspo says:

    Not being much of a movie-goer, I first had to ponder what defines ‘young adult movies”.
    Is there an equivalent “Old adult movies” sort of like ‘granny-china”?

    • emmakwall says:

      It think it’s just in a similar vein to Young Adult books, so think along the lines of Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Stand By Me etc. movies about young people for young people 🙂

      Old adult movies and granny china could bring up VERY different search results!!!! Ooh matron.

  4. Argh! Why oh why don’t my tablets like Darren’s site? I made it to Kim’s choice of City of Embers choice and then my iPad crashed. Anyway, I thought Darren’s pick of Odd Thomas (I love that movie and the books) was interesting because I hadn’t thought of it as YA. My pick would be Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Matthew Nroderick was simply brilliant! Runners up: The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Outsiders, Wargames (“Do. You. Want. To.Play. A.Game”) and The Breakfast Club. I think this post is timely since there are so many YA movies coming out this year. So what did you pick Dear Ems?

    • emmakwall says:

      I often have problems too Kims!! 😦

      I’m not familiar with Odd Thomas at all but it sounds very interesting! It’s funny I’ve never really thought about movies being YA before now! Only books 🙂 if books had been the option I would 100% have chosen Harry Potter!! But as the topic was movies, I chose Battle Royale 😀

      I’ve not seen a few of them, so at least I can add some to my watch list!! xoxox

  5. beetleypete says:

    I have a lot of time for BR, and hovered over to vote for it, but I had to go with Ferris Bueller. It’s the best of its type, and Broderick just nails the lead.
    As ever, Pete. xxx

    • emmakwall says:

      Urgh!!!!! Haha, no worries Pete 🙂 thanks for voting, as ever. How are you feeling? Have you had a nice weekend?! xxx

      • beetleypete says:

        It was an OK weekend thanks, Em. After my mid-week birthday I just had a quiet time, out with the dog, and a bit of telly. Not very exciting, I’m afraid…
        Feeling alright except for the cloudy eye. If I don’t rollover in bed too fast, I’m keeping the vertigo at a bearable level.xxx

        • emmakwall says:

          That sounds good to me! I honestly hate being busy all the time, I prefer spending time at home by myself, chilling, doing things that I enjoy. Your birthday sounded really lovely and I’m glad you had a good time! “when I’m 64….!” 🙂

          I’m sorry you’re still suffering with the vertigo and cataract. You never moan though and you always seem as upbeat as possible. What happens if you roll over too fast, does it just sweep in then and there? Take care dear Pete!! xxx

          • beetleypete says:

            It feels like the room is upside down, a strange sensation usually experienced at places like Thorpe Park or Alton Towers! I keep my rolling to a minimum these days…XXX

            • emmakwall says:

              Awww dear Pete! Poor you 😦 it sounds really trippy but not in a good way. You take care of yourself!! Was that an innuendo? Lol 🙂 xxx

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