Chloe Grace Moretz arrives at the World Premiere Of "If I Stay" on Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)
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It's safe to say director R.J. Cutler has done that -- Moretz is beautiful to look at, and as her rocker boyfriend, Jamie Blackley is satisfyingly sensitive and hunky.Moretz plays Mia, a beautiful young cellist whose locker at high school is lined with "I Love Yo Yo Ma" stickers. Mia's a classical music nerd. This is tough to believe, first of all because her parents are totally cool former rocker types, and even more because Moretz, with those deep eyes and perfect, pillowy lips, just doesn't look one iota like a nerd. Mia falls for Adam just as fast.Beautiful young people on the brink of death will do that.The film lives or dies (sorry) on the strength of its young lovers.
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