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The Fault in Our Stars (2014)
I saw this film late one Thursday night and I was blown away by the storytelling of the film. Not only was it captivating it was also immensely emotional. There were a few faults with it, but not enough to warrant it even close to being bad. The characters of Hazel and Augustus had such great chemistry that it didn't even feel as though you were in the cinema. It felt as if you were watching the life of someone else. My only problem with this film was it didn't quite flow as well as it could have. It jumped from scene to scene and the transition scenes were rough. But that might have been the intention. That was the only fault that I was able to find with it. The story was great and it followed the book more of less (other than rough scene jumps) and it had me crying even after the movie was over and done with. All in all it is definitely a movie to be seen by all ages and by both men and women.
From the very beginning of the episode, you could tell that this particular one was going to based less on the murder, but on the historical events. Not only was this the best episode of CSI:NY, it was one of the few episodes out of the 3 spin off shows that has ever made me cry more than once. You could see the passion in the acting from all of the actors and how each of them were effected differently to the circumstances. One example was when Sheldon reacted so calmly to be called many slang racist names and how he connected it to his late uncle testing him to see if Sheldon was taught anything. it also showed so many emotional stories of the holocaust, which made it even more moving. But the one part of the show that hit me the most was when Klaus Braun said "Wir sollten sie alle getötet haben" or We should have killed them all, it just shocked me to think that there are actually people in this world today that still think that... All together I think that this episode of CSI:NY remains to be one of the few episodes that will stick with a person for awhile and will not be forgotten. It is one of the few TV episodes that captured the horrors of the Holocaust justly.