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Plot: Two teenage cancer patients begin a life-affirming journey to visit a reclusive author in Amsterdam. Runtime: 126 mins Release Date: 06 Jun 2014
The Fault in Our Stars is a 2014 American romantic drama film directed by Josh Boone, based on the 2012 novel of the same name by John Green. The film stars Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort; with Laura Dern, Sam Trammell, Nat Wolff, and Willem Dafoe playing supporting roles. Woodley plays Hazel Grace Lancaster, a sixteen-year-old cancer patient who is forced by her parents to attend a support group, where she meets and subsequently falls in love with Augustus Waters, another cancer patient, played by Elgort.
Was this shot on film? Cause there's a lot of chemistry involved! (by Semidieu)
This movie, simply put, is worth each and every one of its 125 minutes. Including the closing credits, that you need to dry your eyes and think about what you just saw. It's the inspiring story of two young people who are no different then all of us, as they both are in the process of dieing. Though Hazel Grace and Augustus are more aware of this fact of life; because their eternity" has an expiration date, set by Hazels terminal illness: Cancer. As the viewer is put on an emotional roller-coaster, alongside the feelings and attitudes towards life and love the two teens share, this <more>
movie will be a key to many locked doors in the recepients minds. And through these doors we are lead by an ensemble of actors who are amazingly sensitive in their portrayal of personalities and emotions.The writing and directing is so brilliantly executed, that you have sympathy with every character this movie so caringly brings to short life. Even when they oppose another you feel unable to take sides. Because you find yourself sharing both. And when the credits role - like the tears on your cheek - you realize, that these opposing views are one and the same after all: Life.
I've never cried so much in my entire life. (by avril_lavigne199)
I don't really cry in movies unless they're really, really sad. And this movie is bound to get you crying like there's no tomorrow. I brought a box of tissues and I used about half of them. I have never cried so much in my entire life. Being an avid fan of the book, I was kind of scared that like some of my other favourite books, the movie would be ruined. But no, the movie had all of the book's materials in it except for one thing . I never thought Shailene and Ansel would play Hazel and Gus, but when I watched it, their performance blew me away. I think Shailene's <more>
ability to cry got ME crying, because that's how real it felt. It is an amazing movie, and I'm sorry to say that it's even better than A Walk to Remember. Go see this movie, and if you do, maybe read the book first so that you can be somewhat prepared!
A Beautiful Love Story: Going to love it for the longest of the infinity (by AniConrad)
'Some infinities are bigger than other infinities' says my favorite quote from the movie and the book and its true because I am going to love this movie for the longest of the infinity. I am a huge fan of the book and one thing which really makes the movie stand out is an amazing performance by Shailene Woodley. She is outstanding in every scene she is and I have to say I am kind of in love with Hazel. Even though its a love story of a girl who has terminal cancer I wouldn't say that the film is tragic rather the film is about living your life to the fullest in your 'little <more>
infinity' If you have already read the book, the film is true to the book and the great acting, directing and music adds another dimension to the story. The Fault In Our Stars is definitely one of the best romantic movies ever. When you see this movie you are going to laugh and you are going to cry and when the end credit roles I can guarantee most of you are going to be completely in love with this love story.
Sad, But Incredibly Beautiful (by kristinelizabeth1)
I went into this movie not having read the book and not knowing anything more than the overall plot. I am a sucker for a good love story, especially love that I can relate to. The pain and emotions felt by the characters felt so real, as if I was feeling the same emotions.Though this was THE SADDEST movie I have ever seen, it was also one of the most beautiful, as it truly showed how exhilarating and comforting and exciting love is. I probably cried throughout about half of the movie, along with the rest of the audience. I cried to the point of heaving out loud and needing more than the 2 <more>
tissues I came in with. Again, the actors really expressed the emotions of the characters well and I felt that. I am going to see it again for sure.GO SEE IT IF YOU LOVE EMOTIONAL MOVIES!
Wow. Being an avid book reader, I'm always skeptical about watching the words of my favorite books transformed and materialized on the big screen... but TFIOS stayed true to the book. The movie was absolutely lovely from beginning to end. The young actors were great. The comedy hit on all the right notes, the romance made your heart smile and the tragedy pulled at your heart strings. It really was a wonderful adaptation, and I believe it stayed as true to the book as possible without many changes where there were any. The minute it was over, I wanted to watch it again. Upon leaving the <more>
theater, I looked around and there was not one dry eye. Not even the men. If you are a big fan of the book, like myself... and are skeptical about whether this stays true. Don't be. Kudos the John Green on his first film adaptation. It was an absolute success. I'd give it a 10 out of 10 if I could... but I don't believe in "perfect."
I was touched by the concepts and situations on this film, being myself a survivor of 48 chemotherapy treatments, I can somehow understand the feelings.Is not a pretentious film, however full of little moments that creates a very good and convincing environment.I like both main rolls. The story is completely credible, it can happen any time to anyone.It is an Ode for Life, it tell us that "We can and should have moments of infinite joy within a limited time" It is our choice!I liked very much this film!
I've Saved my Ten for This Film (by itsjoshykho)
Before I continue with this review, please note that I have not read the book, but am going to in the very near future : Please note that Im also a straight guy... not that it matters :PWow what can I say about this movie. From the moment the title sequence starts, I was hooked straight away. Scene to scene this movie just manages to suck me into this beautiful world of Hazel Grace Lancaster and Augustus Waters. The chemistry between Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elsort is astounding and the performances were astonishing. Honestly, this is the best movie I have seen all year, even better than <more>
Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Godzilla which was a massive surprise. I just thought this was going to be another teenie love story and boy was I wrong. I loved this movie and recommend it to everyone across all ages. I'm rambling on and praising the movie now so I should probably get on with the review.The direction and cinematography was fantastic. Not a single shot felt odd or out of place. Every shot matched the scene and felt real. The editing was also great as shot after shot matched with the characters faces and where they were typical good movie editing stuff . The acting perhaps was one of the best aspects of this movie. Seriously it makes the two characters feel real and alive, and at times I forgot this was fiction and not based on a true story. Their performances were so heartfelt and definitely Oscar worthy in my opinion. But knowing the academy this is just another teenie love story that will not be acknowledged at all. Hopefully I'm wrong, but thats the way it normally is. This is the first movie this year that I have given a 10. I don't give out 10's easily, but there was seriously nothing wrong with this film. The pacing was perfect, the acting was phenomenal, the direction, editing and cinematography was exceptional and overall, this movie is one of the best romantic comedies that have ever touched the face of the earth. I encourage EVERYONE to go see this movie no matter what age you are and bring a packet of tissues as well. You'll need it.10/10
Average American guy right here, and I dug this flick. I don't care how many 13 year olds were in the theater with me, this movie has emotion. After watching the Descendents, I knew Woodley was going places. She simply delivers in this movie. I'm not going to write a long winded review about the summary, but I will tell you about the acting.Elgort and Woodley truly deliver. You forget they're acting each and every scene. The chemistry between the two is palpable. Laura Dern comes out of nowhere; I think the last time I've seen her face was JP. She puts up a pretty good role as <more>
Woodley's torn mother. Defoe is pure love/hate on almost a House level. In fact, he goes beyond House hatred with his apathy in this movie. And the two's sidekick Wolff is loads of comic relief, which is surprising considering that he too is in the therapy group. The rest of the cast is just kind of there sorry Tramell . But that's because the camera is on Woodley and Elgort the entire time. I don't even think there's a scene except for flashbacks where the two are absent.As far as the movie... An emotional roller-coaster. You will get addicted to their relationship. You will cry big man tears internally and probably externally after 1.5 hours. You will be emotionally drained.
Movie was okay...crowd was ANNOYING. (by dismantlexme)
From what I saw and heard of this movie it was okay. The acting was good, the story somber, but alright, but the distracting crowd ruined any chance I had of developing feelings for the characters or story. Although I ended up having a great time at the movie, it had to do with my reaction to the crowd and not the film. And now, my experience at opening night of the movie The Fault In Our Stars.... I had read some about it, that it was a popular book, and that the movie was going to be sad, but good. Man....was I ever in for a surprise. So I took my male cousin Robin both of us in our early <more>
30's , telling him that it was a tear jerker, but that I had heard good things. We arrived to a PACKED theatre. Packed with teenage girls. We found 2 seats finally in the middle of a row. Before the movie started the theatre people gave an announcement that after the film there would be a Q&A with the writer and the 2 lead actors via satellite. The crowd of girls screamed and cheered. Then when the films opening credits started, more screams. We both looked at each other and said "what the heck did we get ourselves into?" Then once the lead male came on the screen, it was like we were transported to the 60's at a Beatles concert. Seriously, the girl beside my cousin was actually biting down on her sweater, shaking and squealing. Then every 30 seconds we had to hear "awwwwwwww" for every cute look or nice thing the boy said to the female lead. Really, we were annoyed because we felt like we couldn't enjoy the film. Then....................SPOILERS AHEAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!When we learn one of the leads is going to die....the whole theatre started crying...collectively blubbering in unison. Then for the remainder of the film the cries turned to heavy sobbing. Girls clutching tissue boxes and their whole bodies convulsing in lamented moans. And my cousin and I just couldn't keep ourselves together. I felt him choking back laughter and then I was choking back laughter and then we just burst out in gut wrenching laughter. WE JUST COULD NOT STOP LAUGHING! We tried to make our laugher sound like sobs. People must have thought we were loosing our heads with sadness. But we couldn't help it, it was just TOO FUNNY. We got the heck outta there once the credits rolled. Looking like most of the movie goers...all teary eyed and puffy faces, but our tears were from laughter. I HAVE NEVER LAUGHED SO MUCH AT WHILE WATCHING A SAD MOVIE IN MY LIFE. I think if u want to bypass the annoying teenage girls, wait till it comes out on DVD. I am going to have to watch it again as I wasn't given the chance to properly watch it.