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The Fault In Our Stars


ItsNathanbitch

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Can you believe that I read the book earlier this year so I could watch the movie when it came out but I still haven't seen it? I'm such a flop  :crying1:

But yeah, I agree with you, it crushed my feelings when I read it, so I can imagine what it's like to watch it, I don't think I'm ready to cry like that!

I haven't even read the book :moorangu:

 

But yes, you'll have to prepare yourself :crying1:

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I've just finished watching it  :crying1:  , my mom and I watched it together and we both cried :crying2: , it's one of the most beautiful movies I've ever seen <3, I want someone who loves me like Gus loved Hazel Grace :crying4:

It really really is! When it first came out I didn't think it would be that good but I'm so glad I watched it, it's really an amazing film. Absolutely devastating though :crying2:

 

 

And Ikr? Maybe one day :crying1: 

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My cousin was just telling me about the movie. I asked her to spoil it for me since I'd probably never read the book or see the movie. I felt some emotions just by hearing how it ended. :crying1:

I cry during most cancer related films (i.e. My Sister's Keeper) but this really hit hard. But it wasn't even just the ending that was sad, there were bits during the course of the film that made me sob :crying1::orangu:

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I cry during most cancer related films (i.e. My Sister's Keeper) but this really hit hard. But it wasn't even just the ending that was sad, there were bits during the course of the film that made me sob :crying1::orangu:

I read a book with a girl who had cancer as the main protagonist and it made me so sad that I ruled out all books that have characters with a serious illness. :crying2::crying1::gloria: No more!
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I read a book with a girl who had cancer as the main protagonist and it made me so sad that I ruled out all books that have characters with a serious illness. :crying2::crying1::gloria: No more!

Oh gosh! I think what makes them so sad is that you know that it really does happen to so many people in real life, and that people really do suffer like that :crying1::crying3:

 

 

I don't blame you! :gloria:

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