The tears will flow at “The Fault In Our Stars”


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At first, “The Fault In Our Stars” makes you giggle. The short abrupt lines each character has makes you smile and chuckle a bit.

But then you begin to fall in love with the main characters.

Augustus Waters has a strong and confident personality when you first meet him at the church group that Hazel Grace Lancaster only went to in order to please her parents. As the movie continues, both characters get closer to each other and many sad things occur.

“The Fault In Our Stars” does an outstanding job at making the viewer feel every emotion the character goes through. Not once are you bored. The director, Josh Boone, did an amazing job at leaving the audience always satisfied with something to think about.

It is crucial that people bring tissues with them when they watch this movie for it is inhumane for one not to bawl while watching this. As I looked around the theater, everyone was holding tissues and wiping their tears. It was hard to contain the tears. As some people sobbed, no one judged because it was very understandable.

I would rate “The Fault In Our Stars” a 9 out of 10. This movie is one that must be seen.

–June 6, 2014–