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Rated PG-13 · 126 minutes · 2014
Last summer, the teen romance of note was The Spectacular Now, starring Shailene Woodley. She returns again, teaming up with Spectacular screenwriters Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber for the adaptation of the hit Young Adult novel The Fault in Our Stars. Woodley plays Hazel, a cancer patient who meets Gus (Ansel Elgort) in a survivors’ discussion group. He’s funny and all the other stuff you’d expect in a blossoming teen romance story, but his own experiences with the disease deepens their relationship and the value that he can offer Hazel as she endures her treatment. The Fault in Our Stars unloads the heavy guns; if you’re susceptible to the waterworks, bring some tissues. Or maybe a bed sheet. Woodley’s great—that’s becoming a common occurrence—and this is going to be one of those Notebook-type movies that could stay with its fans for years.
Official Site: thefaultinourstarsmovie.com
Director: Josh Boone
Producer: Wyck Godfrey, Marty Bowen, Michele Stabile and Isaac Klausner
Cast: Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, Willem Dafoe, Nat Wolff, Laura Dern, Sam Trammell, Mike Birbiglia and Emily Peachey

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Creative Loafing Tampa Few Faults to be found in Our Stars Woodley, Elgort, and supporting cast bring a beloved YA novel to life. by Katy Williamson 06/06/2014
Portland Mercury Hot Teen Cancer The fault in their stars is that everybody dies (spoiler). by Alison Hallett 06/04/2014
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Creative Loafing Charlotte The Fault in Our Stars shines bright Rating: ***1/2 by Matt Brunson 06/06/2014
NUVO The Fault in Our Stars: Everything's okay As the story rolls on and Hazel and Augustus grow closer, my mind drifts - not because I'm losing interest in the movie, but because it's so effective. by Ed Johnson-Ott 06/06/2014
Charleston City Paper By forgoing the natural Hollywood treatment and letting the film progress on its own, The Fault in Our Stars shines In my 12 years as a film critic and a lifetime of going to the movies, I've never heard an audience collectively weep the way it did during The Fault in Our Stars. by Dan Hudak 06/05/2014
The Coast Halifax The Fault in Our Stars Clear out those tear ducts all at once by Tara Thorne 06/05/2014

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