This photo provided by Sony Pictures Entertainment shows, Alex Roe, left, as Evan Walker and Chloe Grace Moretz in a scene from "The Fifth Wave."
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That scenario is front and center in J Blakeson's "The 5th Wave," based on Rick Yancey's best-selling novel, where every adult is either evil, inhuman (literally), or nice but helpless. It's truly up to the young – make that the young, buff and good-looking – to save humanity.Not that this will deter fans of Yancey's book, which is the beginning of a trilogy, meaning we're sure to see more of Moretz's Cassie in years to come.Noble and powerless dad (Ron Livingston) gives Cassie a gun.When the U.S. Army's inscrutable and calm Col. Vosch (Liev Schreiber) orders youngsters onto a school bus to a military base, the family reluctantly agrees.Cassie and Sam are separated when Cassie runs back for Sam's stuffed toy. Cassie is forced to follow on foot, a journey of many miles.
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