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Johnny Nys almost 2 years ago
True to the book, Dafoe makes a great Van Houten, yet not as good as I thought it'd be.
Kirsty almost 2 years ago
This film makes me cry every single time I watch it
Natalie almost 2 years ago
pretty good i guess, but the pacing seemed a little rushed, i prefer the book
Anja Waber 2 years ago
Perfect movie
Bob Blaschuk 2 years ago
Not at all my type of movie, but have to admit this one was pretty good, even for me.
Rachelina Larasati 2 years ago
Augustus was very sweet and gentle. All the stars go to him!
Christopher McLean 2 years ago
Very touching look at living with a terminal illness
Alexandra Sundarsingh 2 years ago
Love. Life. Death. Difficult feelings to encapsulate, but not a bad job. Just "Okay."
Freya over 2 years ago
I cried so hard... wow.
Lisa Barfoot over 2 years ago
Brilliant. A very true Book to film version- loved it as much as the book
Mariah Renee over 2 years ago
I balled at the end of this movie!
Melissa Høegh Marcher over 2 years ago
A nice balance between funny and serious. A fair book-to-movie adaptation.
Misty Nop over 2 years ago
DW: 3/7/15 Too sad to watch again...
CdW over 2 years ago
19-02-2015
Jessica over 2 years ago
I love the book, but the film was disappointing.
Annika Løchte Taylor over 2 years ago
This might not be the best movie ever made,but Green's story is great no matter the medium
Marina Đukanović over 2 years ago
I honestly think that Ansel wasn't a good choice for the main male character...
Nate McBean over 2 years ago
Its a sad chick filck, but better than many others.
Nuno Santos over 2 years ago
too dramatic, book is better
Michael Cole over 2 years ago
A little hokey at times, but definitely less BS than other romance films.
Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a patient named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel's story is about to be completely rewritten.
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