Will you be one of the millions (OK, maybe not millions, but close to it...) of moviegoers who pack the theater, tissue box in hand, when The Fault In Our Stars opens tomorrow?
movie trailer on a continuous loop for the last month. All too often movies "Hollywood-ize" books, but it looks like everything stayed refreshingly true to the book this time, especially the dialogue, which is so important in telling Hazel and Gus' story. The Hollywood Reporter gave the film a glowing review, saying:
"The greatest strengths of the film clearly come from Green's novel, which resolutely refuses to become a clichéd cancer drama, creating instead two vibrant, believable young characters filled with humor and intelligence, both facing complex questions and issues unimaginable even to people twice their age."