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Rewatched: Broken Bridges (2006) In Hell (2003) Children of Men (2006) The Goonies (1985)
The Fault in Our Stars (2014)
"The Fault In Our Stars" is one of my favorite books, and like any other book that I love, I fear for the day it will turn into a movie. This one, particularly, because I knew that any effort wouldn't be enough. And it wasn't. Sometimes books demand to be felt, not seen, that is up to our imagination, and that's the best movie I'll ever get of this book. In my head. I'm not saying this is a bad movie, on the contrary, they did a good job, all things considered. The actors did not fully embody their characters, but I knew they never would (who does, really?), partly because they keep showing up everywhere and from what I've seen of their work just didn't appeal to me. I've read somewhere that they appear artificial, and I have to agree, to a certain degree. They tried, and you can really see it on screen, but it wasn't real enough. I found myself smiling, and being emotional, not so much because of the acting, but because of what I remembered from the book... I'd still recommend it, even though it's overrated, because it's a good watch, just be prepared to feel.