Sunday, June 8, 2014

The Fault In Our Stars (2014 film)



If you're in a mood for some touching romantic movies you're looking forward to in the summer, there's a new movie that will make you crying in the isles but it's okay to cry because this is a heart-warming movie that was adapted by a best-selling novel written by John Green.

The Fault In Our Stars centers on the story of a young woman named Hazel, played by Divergent's Shailene Woodley. Hazel is a tumor victim who has a few years to live but when a miracle came, her second chance is anything but terminal. However, her short life has changed upon her encounter with Augustus Waters (call him Gus for short), played by Ansel Elgortm, at a Cancer Kid Support Group, and the two will experience love in several heart-warming ways and the struggles will face between them. Okay? Okay. Maybe okay will be one always. Whoops, just said that line from the film.

Like the book itself, this movie is all about being insightful, bold, irreverent, and raw. It presents one of the most definite examples that love knows no boundaries...even for those who had suffered cancer and got a few moments to live. You would definitely need to pack some tissue papers right now because of the sad, tearful moments you can expect as the movie progresses and how Hazel's fate differs from the storytelling.

This movie really shows that even the sick people has so much life to live for and like the movie itself, some infinities are bigger than other infinities.

My rating: 3.8 out of 5

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