So a quiet weekend at home feeling poorly was a perfect chance to watch a movie, when you can't move too far from the bathroom in case of accidents. This is another movie that I am probably two decades too old for, but hey I read the book, and I didn't go to the cinema to watch it, as I knew I would leave with trails of mascara running behind me.
Like most movies made from the books, the book is better, but the movie is pretty good I thought. It did a good job of capturing young love and the strange cancer world that Hazel and Gus live in. Sweet with a touch of reality which kept it being syrupy. 3.5/5