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2014-08-02

The Faults In Our Star


Let's talk about death and embrace it for and with the love of your life while you are still living. If you wanna cry, go ahead and cry. If you want laugh, do laugh out loud and do it while you can. The fear is not about dying but to leave the living behind and wonder how they would do and cope with their lives when they lost someone they loved. Funeral is for the living to remember, when you have lived a great life before you die, you do not necessary need anyone to remember you, because they already would. <The Fault in Our Stars> is the adaptation from John's Green best selling novel about sick and love story with two extraordinary teenagers who share an acerbic wit, a disdain for the conventional on an unforgettable brutal and sweet journey. This wise film brings a lot of positive energy and yet with room to shed a tear or two, it is funny and heartbreaking for being alive a in love. The film reflects pretty much how we human deal with our emotion especially when you and your family and friends already known that you are a cancer fighter and being a grenade time bomb which could possibly explore anytime without warning. There is no easy way out but to accept the brutal truth. Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort from playing brother/sister in <Divergent> and now tow young teen lover with phenomenal chemistry and non-stop spreading the positive vibes. Every affecting moment in the plots is underscored with a soppy light-rock song and turned the situation is a much more dramatic twist. We love the Amsterdam scenes with scenic spots and showing the liberation of  life for the Dutch. <The Faults In Our Star> is a pretty good mainstream entertainment provoking exchange of ideas, for bitter or sweet.



Rating : 4/5