19.6.14

TFIOS You broke me...

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Bare in mind as you read this the last time I cried in a cinema at a movie was when I saw "Marley and me" it was absolutely soul destroying watching a beloved pet die. With that in mind I must tell you I am an ice queen when it comes to movies I rarely cry even when there are people saying "but it was heart-breaking" I am beyond critical when it comes to a movie worth crying over.
'The Fault in our stars' broke me!

It hit way to close to home I had tears in my eyes most of the movie, I held it in for as long as I could even whilst listening the sniffles and cries from the surrounding audience, I held it like a trooper that is until Gus starts crying at a particular point in the movie which I will not disclose so I don't ruin it for those of you who haven't seen it yet. Then because I'm there sniffling and crying like a moron Megan couldn't hold her tears in any longer either. I cry, Megan cries.

The movie, the book they bring up too many questions for me. I know that cancer isn't romantic, dying isn't romantic no matter what form your particular death takes but both Hazel and Gus get to die having loved deeply and were loved deeply in return and I love that! I think it's something everyone should get to experience. I have never been in love nor have I ever been loved by any-one but it is something I hope to experience at some point.

This movie is one that will be held close to my heart and may even have made it into my top 5 even after only seeing it once. It was just a sheer joy to watch! 

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4 comments:

  1. I'm currently reading the book (I always have to read the book before I see the film!) and I literally had to put it down last night because I couldn't read through my tears anymore. It will get finished today but it is already one of my favourite books and I will be recommending it to anyone and everyone!

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  2. I'm exactly the same I think I read it about 6 weeks before the movie came out. I'm so pleased you liked it though I literally recommend it to everybody I know :-D xoxo

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  3. I love your blog and loved reading this post! I really enjoyed the book and really enjoyed the film as well!
    Please take a look at my review of the film http://sarahsensibility.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/film-review-fault-in-our-stars.html

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    1. Aww thank-you Sarah! I know my blog is not everyone's cup of tea so it really makes me happy when some-one says they enjoy it. Just read your review, much more professional than mine LOL I enjoyed reading it though :-D xoxo

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