Let's talk about The Fault In Our Stars. Okay? Okay.
I cried during the movie!! IT WAS SO SAD!!!
Then again, the girl next to me was literally BAWLING. -_-
i love the book and movie!
Nice survey! I chose "I can't answer the question" because I couldn't because I couldn't decide, but it only occurred to me after I submitted that the answer choice was for those who stayed and didn't read or watch the movie or haven't heard of it (if possible).
Tisk, tisk, Tiffany! You abused the "Can't answer the question" option. :P
As I've heard! I'm so excited to see it!
I love what you did in the description! Great survey, but I haven't seen the movie yet! Some questions, then, I couldn't answer. I can't wait until the movie comes out onto DVD.
Thanks! Same here, the movie was pretty good!
It's on Youtube.
Oh, it's not in writing. It's in an interview.
I'm going to have to look that up. ^-^
TFioS is one of my favorite books of all time, but I was totally disappointed in the movie. The only people who did 'okay' were John Green (obviously) and Nat Wolffe, who actually was pretty much how I pictured Isaac (Did you know he's also playing the guy in Paper Towns the movie? Wow). The casting for Hazel and Gus was totally ruined by the fact that the same two actors had just done Divergent and played brother and sister, which made watching them kiss just slightly gross. Nice survey!
i agree with just about everything there lol
I've never read the book (which is strange for someone like me), but I plan to. The movie was amazing, though!
The book is FANTASTIC. It is just wonderful in every single way. Have you heard of the alternate ending?(Yes, it was written by John Green. He actually put in the story but his editor literally thought that it was a joke).
The movie was also great, but since it was a movie, they couldn't quite capture how beautifully written the story was. They did have a lot of quotes, but you just saw everything instead of reading the beautiful descriptions.
No, I haven't! Hahaha, I'm sure it would be funny to read though...
I know what you mean. The really thought the movie captured the feel of the book though. :)