Mia (Chloé Grace-Moretz) is put into a coma after a car crash and has an out-of-body experience, she must make a difficult decision. The Premise Sounds interesting on paper, "Ghost" for tweens, but the execution is surprisingly boring. The movie focuses more on the romance between Mia and her boyfriend, Adam (Jamie Blackley) than the out of body aspect, making it feel wasted as a result. Some of the characters are written unrealistically, like The Doctors who refuse to let Mia's friends visit her room for no good reason other than they're not her family. Chloé Grace-Moretz and the rest of the cast are good too, but If I Stay is a slow and sometimes boring romance that is for tween girls only, anyone else need not apply.