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Love and Monsters Review: Dylan O’Brien Leads a Well-Rounded Adventure Rooted in Reality

Love and Monsters Review:  Dylan O’Brien Leads a Well-Rounded Adventure Rooted in Reality

We’re seven years past the apocalypse. Eight years since the world banded together to send every nuclear missile on Earth into the sky to stop an asteroid hell-bent on destroying all life. Things obviously didn’t work out too well if the latter wasn’t able to stop the former. Ends up that that much radioactivity falling back down through the atmosphere was just as cataclysmic—killing off a lot of the population and mutating cold-blooded animals/insects into giant monsters that ultimately killed the rest. Ninety-five percent of humanity was wiped out when all was said and done with the remaining five doing what they could to survive in underground bunkers. So any hope of seeing someone outside your colony starts with braving a suicide run few could ever survive.

And by “few” I mean definitely not Joel Dawson (Dylan O’Brien). At least not on first glance. He

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