The Fault in Our Stars


Action / Drama / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 81%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 85%
IMDb Rating 7.7 10 332828


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August 27, 2014 at 01:02 PM



Nat Wolff as Isaac
Willem Dafoe as Van Houten
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879.57 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
2 hr 6 min
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
2 hr 6 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MR_Heraclius 10 / 10


One of the best romance movies I have ever seen and one of my favorite movies that I have ever seen. I loved the book and I loved the movie even more. The writing, plot, story, and screenplay were fantastic. Shaileen Woodley and Ansel Elgort's performances in the film as Hazel and Augustus were spectacular. The Fault in Our Stars is gorgeous, funny and sad at the same time and it shows true love can be found no matter what. Loved it so much.

Reviewed by Victreebong 8 / 10

Would happily see this again!

Average American guy right here, and I dug this flick. I don't care how many 13 year olds were in the theater with me, this movie has emotion. After watching the Descendents, I knew Woodley was going places. She simply delivers in this movie. I'm not going to write a long winded review about the summary, but I will tell you about the acting.

Elgort and Woodley truly deliver. You forget they're acting each and every scene. The chemistry between the two is palpable. Laura Dern comes out of nowhere; I think the last time I've seen her face was JP. She puts up a pretty good role as Woodley's torn mother. Defoe is pure love/hate on almost a House level. In fact, he goes beyond House hatred with his apathy in this movie. And the two's sidekick (Wolff) is loads of comic relief, which is surprising considering that he too is in the therapy group. The rest of the cast is just kind of there (sorry Tramell). But that's because the camera is on Woodley and Elgort the entire time. I don't even think there's a scene except for flashbacks where the two are absent.

As far as the movie... An emotional roller-coaster. You will get addicted to their relationship. You will cry big man tears internally (and probably externally) after 1.5 hours. You will be emotionally drained.

Reviewed by bkoganbing 8 / 10

So little time

If you think that The Fault In Our Stars is just another teen romance are you in for a pleasant surprise. You'd better have a good supply of tissues because this film involves two very special teens. Ansel Elgort and Shailene Woodley are a pair of cancer survivors and they just haven't got very much time.

With Woodley she's come through cancer of the thyroid and she has the breathing apparatus as just part of her person now. Her parents naturally worry about over straining herself, but Woodley is determined to lead as active a life as she can.

At a cancer survivor support group she meets Ansel Elgort who has really made quite a name for himself since this film came out. Elgort is a former basketball star who lost a leg to cancer. He is so incredibly quirky and charming in this part I'm surprised he didn't get Oscar consideration.

The two make a trip to Amsterdam to visit an author they admire. Willem Dafoe however has less than meets the eye, still they have a good time. When they visit the Anne Frank house the symbolism is certainly not lost on the viewer.

The title is a play on Cassius's famous quote from Julius Caesar about the fault not lying in our stars but in ourselves. There's no fault here for Woodley an Elgort. Fate has dealt them a cruel and rotten hand and they have to make the most of it.

I haven't seen a film move me as much since Clint Eastwood's Million Dollar Baby. Even a Medusa would be reduced to tears with this one.

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