The Fault in Our Stars (TFIOS), the "romantic tragedy" film that hit the top of the box office in the summer of 2014. It's a great story, a great book, and a great movie (despite being an adaptation). And it's a love story. Love is great and all, but we connect to people in other ways. Here are the thoughts of someone who saw that movie twice during its opening weekend.
Topic of this Episode
The Fault in Our Stories (2014) directed by Josh Boone
Based on the 2012 novel by John Green
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