I need to try and sleep, but my mind is saying “Nope, you’re going to overthink about, wonder, and comprehend what the fuck just happened.”
Yeah… This actually, really, honestly, and unbelievably wonderful thing that just happened.
Life really has a way of bringing events and moments full circle.
I officially have my first job!!!
I’ve been working as a busser for about a month now, and although it can be stressful at times, the managers like me so far and I’m making progress in their eyes.
Life is really good at the moment, people. Life is good.
There are few movie adaptations of novels that closely follow the book they are based on and turn out to be successful. Harry Potter is an exception. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire followed the book very well and turned out to be a very successful and strong sequel movie.
After tonight, I can definitely say the movie adaptation of The Fault in our Stars does the same. A beautiful book, and now a beautiful movie that stays true to the book without drastically changing anything whatsoever. Emotionally appealing and wholeheartedly satisfying, this is one of the best teenage romance movies of this generation. It’s not inappropriately sappy, but it can be so when it chooses to - in the best way possible. The chemistry between the two main leads is absolutely believable, identifiable, and real. The movie is, thank God, a perfect balance between the comedy and drama as portrayed in the novel, and then some. Of course, the quotes are quotable, but the “Okay? Okay.” one is the one most often repeated. All of this is what makes the climax impact the audience so well.
You’re missing out if you don’t see this in theaters, and if you do… trust me. Bring the tissues.