Monday, June 9, 2014

Film Review: The Fault in our Stars

John Green's bestseller The Fault in our Stars premiered last thursday -- shocking the film industry with a $48.2M gross so far.

Whether it was John Green's presence on set, or the cast incredible performance, the film remained true to the novel. I can't think of one scene that was altered.

Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort shared a raw chemistry on screen, and Nat Wolff taking over the role of best friend Isaac, kept us smiling regardless of the tears impossible to contain.

Just when I had run out of tissues, a woman in the front row let out a loud sob, and bang, the whole theater exploded in tears.

Make sure you bring lots of kleenex.


  1. I feel like the film could've been better. Check out my review at :)

  2. I completely agree with you. I did not even end up writing a review on the movie because I felt there was no point; it stayed true to the story and to the message of the book. And boy did I cry. I had a headache when I left the theater :P

    I did do a feature on TFIOS as a whole. If you're at all interested you can find it here:

    Following you on bloglovin :)

    1. Tell me about it. I continued crying when I got home, lol. Can't wait for the DVD extras.