the fault in our stars movie
Not only is it fine to watch films and movies about cancer after having cancer, I think it can help with healing.
So if the message is hopeful, why call the book The Fault in Our Stars? Possibly because this book is not about blind hope; it's about acceptance and perseverance in the face of reality -- a modern realistic fairytale of sorts.
I see this movie as a modern classic. And by that I mean, by 2034, this will be the movie that teenagers will call a classic must-see.
A pediatric oncologist seems to suggest we shouldn't be getting too upset about childhood cancer because kids and teens dying or going blind "are things that we don't typically encounter."
Adapted from the bestselling young adult novel by John Green, TFIOS, as it's known to Green's adoring fans, is a beautiful and beautifully honest story about two teens who are dying from cancer and dying to squeeze everything out of life before they do.
No matter how many superhero movies soar into theaters every year, it's increasingly rare to find blockbusters that elicit
As an avid fan of John Green and all of his written work, this story had been coursing through my veins and tingling my fingertips long before it hit the big screen. However, this time was different.
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"The Fault in Our Stars" has officially reached phenomenon status. You might have just heard about the book-turned-movie
Before the screening started, Green came out to greet the audience with Nat Wolff, who plays Isaac in the movie. I couldn't
This particular story has garnered Green a lot of attention. Not only is he now a permanent fixture in Hollywood, the 36
As for how Elgort is dealing with the chaos that surrounds a book-turned-movie, the Hollywood newcomer insists he just wants
The trailer for "The Fault In Our Stars" is a tear factory, but the film's soundtrack is anything but sad. Following on the
'It's A Metaphor' Meme, Inspired By 'The Fault In Our Stars,' Has Officially Taken Over The Internet
From that one line, a meme was born on Tumblr, with people either putting objects in their mouth or captioning famous scenes
"Every time, my eyes started tearing up as soon as Hazel said, 'I'm a grenade,'" continues Naomi. "The rawness of the emotions