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The Fault in Our Stars 2014

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Josh Boone directs this drama starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort as a pair of young cancer patients who fall in love. Based on the novel by John Green, the film tracks the relationship that grows between Hazel Grace Lancaster (Woodley) and Gus Waters (Elgort) following their meeting at a cancer support group for youngsters. Though Hazel, whose cancer is terminal and requires the constant use of an oxygen tank, is understandably pessimistic about her future and the possibility of happiness, Gus's infectious personality and optimistic outlook gradually bring her hope and humanity to the fore. The supporting cast includes Willem Dafoe, Nat Wolff and Laura Dern.

Starring:
Ansel Elgort, Mike Birbiglia
Rental Formats:
DVD, Blu-ray

Product Details

Discs
  • Feature ages_12_and_over
Runtime 2 hours 6 minutes
Starring Ansel Elgort, Mike Birbiglia, Willem Dafoe, Nat Wolff, Sam Trammell, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, Amber Myers, Lotte Verbeek, Emily Peachey
Director Josh Boone
Genres Comedy, Romance
Studio 20th Century Fox
Rental release 2 January 2015
Main languages English
Hearing impaired subtitles English
Discs
  • Feature ages_12_and_over
Runtime 2 hours 6 minutes
Starring Ansel Elgort, Mike Birbiglia, Willem Dafoe, Nat Wolff, Sam Trammell, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, Amber Myers, Lotte Verbeek, Emily Peachey
Director Josh Boone
Genres Comedy, Romance
Studio 20th Century Fox
Rental release 2 January 2015
Main languages English
Dubbing Spanish, French
Subtitles Greek, Swedish, Spanish, Icelandic, Danish, Hebrew, Norwegian, Serbian, Finnish, Chinese, Croatian, Arabic, Slovenian, English, Hindi, Portuguese, Bulgarian, Romanian, French

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Format: DVD
The Fault In Our Stars is one of my favourite books, so while I was anticipating the movie I was also dreading it. What if they messed it up, or even changed the ending like with My Sister's Keeper? What if the cast was as interesting as cardboard? I shouldn't have worried.

The script is so amazing it's like John Green wrote it himself; it's the best adaptation I could hope for, and strikes the perfect balance between humour and emotion. The cast isn't a set of people acting - Augustus Waters IS Augustus Waters, Hazel Grace IS Hazel Grace. They couldn't have picked better people.

Throughout the movie I was laughing, (almost) crying and always entertained. I can't really call it perfect, because it's so much more than that - it's a film that will always stay with me and I can't wait to watch it again, and if you love the book you'll love this just as much.
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I went to see this the day it came out and had my tickets booked months in advance and I was not disappointed. The actors were all amazing, and I doubted the casting at first but now I cannot imagine another Gus and Hazel. The film makes you laugh and I cried all the way back from the cinema it was so moving. I got some strange looks though.
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Just as with any other obsessive reader, when books are turned into films I'm always worried that the film won't give the book the justice it deserves. But let me tell you, The Fault In Our Stars absolutely, 100% did. I loved the film just as much as I loved the book, if not more.

Even though the story, two teenagers meeting in a cancer support group, sounds rather sad, The Fault In Our Stars isn't just your average cancer story. The entire film is full of cute and funny moments that lighten the mood and definitely make the movie worth watching.

Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort (A.K.A Hazel and Gus) also play the characters brilliantly. My standards are usually extremely high when it comes to casting choices for books that I've read but after watching the film, I can't imagine Hazel and Gus being played by anyone else.

As I mentioned earlier, I get obsessed with books so obviously when the movie came out, I had to see it too. I went to see it as soon as I could on the day it came out and I don't think I'll ever fully recover (in a good way).

You will cry with tears of joy and sadness throughout the entirety of this film but it is so totally worth it.
(Tip for girls: wear waterproof mascara. I certainly wish I had.)

Even if The Fault In Our Stars isn't what you would usually look for in a film or a book, it's beautiful storyline; amazing acting and ability of making you want to watch it on a constant loop, would definitely make me recommend it to absolutely anyone.

(If only the both the film and book were longer.)
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Format: Blu-ray
Read the book, quite liked that. Seen the movie, loved that! Please give Shailene Woodley an oscar nomination! Ansel Elgort wasn`t half bad either.
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Format: Blu-ray
'Hazel' (Shailene Woodley) has a terminal illness, she is encouraged to attend groups where she
will meet young people with a variety of illnesses, this is where she meets 'Gus' (Ansel Elgort)
The two find they have similar outlooks to life and share an off-beat humour.
Despite his difficulties after a lower leg amputation, 'Gus' has a light-hearted approach to life.
'Hazel' and 'Gus' get on well together from the word go, the depression that constantly hovers over
'Hazel' lifts when they are together.
'Gus's' family offer to take 'Hazel' to 'Amsterdam' where she'd meet her favourite author, it's a trip
of a lifetime that's on offer, an ambition fulfilled.
However the medic's tell her that she is too poorly, a long-haul trip is out of the question.
'Gus' wants to get closer to 'Hazel' however knowing she has so little time it wouldn't make sense,
she suggests they just remain good-, though he fully understands what she's saying he tells her
it's a journey he'd be happy to share.
Despite the difficulties with their daughters health, and the equipment that has to travel with them,
'Hazel's' parents organise a trip to Amsterdam, her parents wanting their daughter to fulfil her dream,
'Gus' travels with 'Hazel' and her mum.
In Amsterdam they get to meet 'Peter Van Houten' (Williem Defoe) the author, he turns out to be both
eccentric and very rude, he's also an alcoholic, the author bursts her bubble some, though his wife
try's to show more pleasant approach than her husband and takes them to a few special places of
interest to the couple.
'Hazel' has to overcome her limitations to take that one step further than her condition really permits,
however they do enjoy the three day mini-holiday.
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Format: DVD
I loved the book and I thought the film was a perfect adaptation. Usually I never like films as much as I do the book versions, but that wasn't the case with this one. I cried and I laughed. It was a beautiful story that translated well into a movie.
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The Fault in Our Stars is a 2014 American romantic comedy-drama film directed by Josh Boone, based on the novel of the same name by John Green according to a definition I got online. Well considering the subject matter, this film is more of a romantic drama than a romantic comedy although the film does contain some humour.

Shailene Woodley plays Hazel Grace Lancaster, a sixteen-year-old cancer patient who is forced by her parents to attend a support group, where she subsequently meets and falls in love with Augustus Waters, played by Ansel Elgort. The movie isn't too long at 126 million and is a great film. If you are thinking this films plot is similar to 2002's A Walk To Remember or 2011's Restless then you would be wrong because those films were terrible.

The film of course has the odd twist the biggest being the appearance of Willem Defoe, a pleasant surprise since I had no idea he was in this film. I would comment on how good the acting was except I don't go to see a film for the acting, I go for the story and this film has an excellent story. Its just a bonus the acting is good.

I would describe this films plot more but the brief synopsis given is all you'll need. This is definitely a film worth seeing.
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