ByAsh, writer at
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The Fault In Our Stars movie was absolutely amazing. It may have been the most heartbreaking movie I have ever seen but that didn't make me love it less than I thought I would, in fact, I think it made me love it more. The movie was such a close adaption from the best selling book that it was bound to be a hit amongst everyone. Even though the book was a great read, I was a bit dubious over how well it would work out as a movie. I was worried over nothing though since the movie was perfect.

I don't think I could have asked for anything else for the film. The acting was superb. Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort did such a fantastic job at bringing Hazel Grace Lancaster and Augustus Waters to life. All throughout the movie, I couldn't fault the acting once. As well as Shailene and Ansel, the entire cast brought the book to life so spectacularly. Whoever did the casting of the film was so in touch with the characters and their personalities that it might as well been John Green.

My favourite part of the entire movie was the ending. My least favourite part of the movie was the ending. This is because it was the saddest yet most perfect ending I have ever watched. It was so beautiful and true to the book. I don't think I have ever cried so much, like ever. I think that this movie is appropriate for most people. I would avoid taking young kids though because the cancer is very realistic and full on all throughout the movie.

If you are looking for a good cry then this is most definitely a movie for you to see. I would suggest that if you are planning to read the book, that you do so before you see the movie because it is so close to the book that it would spoil it for you. The movie is going to be a massive hit so I would suggest seeing it. I've already seen it twice and I'm seeing it again soon and I don't think I will ever tire of it.


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