Excerpt: Josh Boone equilibra la puñalada emocional al espectador con el valor de afrontar de cara la tragedia de una pareja de adolescentes con los días contados. En los parámetros artístico/comerciales en que se mueve, no es fácil.
Excerpt: t’s painfully predictable with oodles of cringe-worthy dialogue, overly convenient symbolism, and story cliches that would be too much for a TV movie in the 80s. For a cynical SOB like me, I found myself rolling my eyes far more than I did wiping them.
Excerpt: The film’s far from perfect – director Josh Boone (“Stuck in Love”) favors too many in your face closeups and the character of Augustus Waters is written a little too perfectly to seem like a real person – but on the whole, this teen romance is more thoughtful than most.
Excerpt: For a movie involving cancer, youthful fatalities and other heartbreaking developments, The Fault in Our Stars is remarkably entertaining and achieves a balance most tightrope walkers would envy.
Excerpt: The Fault in Our Stars has its heart in the right place but – WOW! – you walk out wishing that someone would shake the dust and clutter and broken fragments off the screenplay so it can flow with more efficiency. Here is a movie that is so busy being profound that the characters feel trapped by plot gimmicks and stale dialogue.