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Film Review: The DUFF

Alarm bells ring as Ari Sandel directs The DUFF, the latest attempt at the American high school dramedy genre. Adapted from Kody Keplinger’s novel, the multi-media makeover is definitely something worth subscribing too. 441 more words


New Releases (April 26 — May 2)

New Releases is a post featuring some of the new YA novels that hit shelves the next week
(April 26 — May 2)

Omega City… 479 more words

New Releases

The Duff

Bianca has always been unnoticed.

Her two best friends are gorgeous, and she’s left in their shadow. Then Wesley Rush happens. He declares her the Duff of her group – designated ugly fat friend. 143 more words

Book Review

Book vs Movie : The Duff 

The Duff is a story about Bianca , a high schooler who finds out one day from a guy called Wesley that she is a duff . 625 more words


Film Review: The DUFF

By Michael Arthur

The modern teenager is more commonly seen on-screen running around taking down totalitarian societies than they are in the classroom. It’s a shame because as John Hughes was once able to illustrate, a great high-school movie can have positive long-lasting effects on all audiences. 591 more words


The Duff by Kody Keplinger

I’ve been ill this past week so was hoping for a read to cheer me right up, thinking that this has been turned into a film had me expecting great things but I found myself to be annoyingly disappointed. 733 more words

Book Review

The D.U.F.F.

I decided to read a “fluff” book after finishing All the Bright Places – something funny that would brighten my mood. Friends have generally said they enjoyed the book as a fluff and how it wasn’t really like the movie. 583 more words