The Fault in Our Stars

Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a patient named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel’s story is about to be completely rewritten.

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Film Cast:

  • Hazel Grace Lancaster: Shailene Woodley
  • Augustus Waters: Ansel Elgort
  • Isaac: Nat Wolff
  • Frannie Lancaster: Laura Dern
  • Michael Lancaster: Sam Trammell
  • Peter van Houten: Willem Dafoe
  • Lidewij Vliegenthart: Lotte Verbeek
  • Patrick: Mike Birbiglia
  • Dr. Maria: Ana Dela Cruz
  • Dr. Simmons: Randy Kovitz
  • Monica: Emily Peachey
  • Gus’ Dad: David Whalen
  • Gus’ Mom: Milica Govich
  • Hostess: Allegra Carpenter
  • Flight Attendant: Toni Saladna
  • Monica’s Mom: Emily Bach
  • Minister: Tim Hartman
  • Speaker #1 (Beth): Bethany Leo
  • Speaker #2 (Angel): Alexis Hodges
  • Waiter: Jean Brassard
  • Young Girl (Alisa): Carly Otte
  • Young Hazel: Lily Kenna
  • European: Silvio Wolf Busch
  • Support Group Member (Julie): Viviana Cardenas
  • Speaker #3 (Sid): Jordan Drexel
  • Speaker #4 (PJ): PJ Rossotto
  • Gus’s Leg Double: Tanner Boatwright
  • Coffee Shop Worker: Cheyenne Hurley
  • Giggling Girl: Jennifer Kline
  • Anne Frank (voice): Carol Weyers
  • Support Group: Lauren Blumenthal
  • Support Group: Nikki Lipinski
  • Support Group: Sebastian Dean
  • Support Group: Alexander Murph
  • Support Group: Taylor Dettore
  • Support Group: Josh Potter
  • Support Group: Steven Edmonds
  • Support Group: Cindy Zeng
  • Support Group: C.J. Evans
  • Voice Cast: Daniel Booko
  • Voice Cast: Jacqueline Pinol
  • Voice Cast: Sitara Attaie
  • Voice Cast: Jim Pirri
  • Voice Cast: Jean Gilpin
  • Voice Cast: Joey Richter
  • Voice Cast: Nicholas Guest
  • Voice Cast: Danielle Hartnett
  • Voice Cast: Matthew Wolf
  • Voice Cast: Dina Morrone
  • Dog Walker: Joe Fishel
  • Dog in Park: Richard C. Fishel
  • …: Tiffany Sander McKenzie

Film Crew:

  • Casting: Ronna Kress
  • Gaffer: Erno Das
  • Producer: Wyck Godfrey
  • Production Design: Molly Hughes
  • Key Hair Stylist: Leendert van Nimwegen
  • Editor: Robb Sullivan
  • Foley: Goro Koyama
  • Foley: Andy Malcolm
  • Producer: Marty Bowen
  • Costume Design: Mary Claire Hannan
  • Executive Producer: Michele Imperato
  • Screenplay: Scott Neustadter
  • Screenplay: Michael H. Weber
  • Music: Nate Walcott
  • Music: Mike Mogis
  • Director: Josh Boone
  • Director of Photography: Ben Richardson
  • Set Decoration: Merissa Lombardo
  • Novel: John Green
  • Art Direction: Gregory A. Weimerskirch
  • Script Supervisor: Luca Kouimelis
  • Camera Operator: Menno Westendorp
  • Costume Supervisor: Alette Kraan
  • Casting: Donna M. Belajac
  • Makeup Effects: Vincent Schicchi
  • Makeup Effects: Tom Denier Jr.
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Andy Nelson
  • Foley: Sandra Fox
  • Visual Effects Producer: Brice Liesveld
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: James Pastorius
  • Still Photographer: Jim Bridges
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: John Bair
  • Sound Editor: Jim Brookshire
  • Steadicam Operator: John S. Moyer
  • Sound Editor: Paul Apted
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Donald Sylvester
  • Casting Associate: Hannah d’Angerio
  • Digital Intermediate: Nancy Fuller
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Jake Braver
  • Steadicam Operator: Ramon Engle
  • Costume Supervisor: Diane Collins
  • Music Supervisor: Season Kent
  • Visual Effects Producer: Rebecca Dunn
  • Hair Department Head: Nancy Keslar
  • Digital Intermediate: Skip Kimball
  • Art Department Coordinator: Jenn Albaugh
  • Construction Coordinator: Buster Pile
  • Gaffer: Steve Cohagan
  • Makeup Department Head: Marianne Skiba
  • Casting Associate: Laura Zech
  • Set Costumer: James Eidel
  • Camera Operator: Dante Ludovici
  • Rigging Gaffer: Chris Muchow
  • Steadicam Operator: Erwan van Buuren
  • Rigging Grip: David A. Dwyer
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Raymond M. Tasillo
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Andrea Atwater
  • Visual Effects Editor: Greg Borkman
  • Visual Effects Producer: Ariela Rotenberg
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Jason Trosky
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Howard Karp
  • Key Hair Stylist: Geri Mataya
  • Makeup Artist: Doug Fairall

Movie Reviews:

  • OSEANSADITYA: Good movie and give alot of spirits to all people who had cancer
  • Reno: The director might be soaring after back to back success. Interestingly, both the films dealt with writers, but the main themes were romance. He’s just a two movie old and now the movie goers can expect eagerly for his next venture. This movie was based on the teen novel of the same name about a 16-years-old cancer patient.

    Hazel Grace, who is battling between life and death is also a strong fighter against all the odds. When her mother sends her to attend the group therapy she meets Augustus Water, a fellow member. As she is being sarcastic, Waters finds an interesting character in her. A friendship develops and they spend more time together. Even knowing there will no future together, the relationship progress and how everything ends is the rest.

    Usually cancer themed movies are called tearjerker films. Surprisingly, this movie’s aim was different. Of course emotion strikes, but the story narration and character developments were the basic goal. Three-fourth of the movie was well told story about teen romance. The afterwards account begins with a twist which were portrayed in the usual manner. Like all the movies, kept sentiments in the last part. The last quarter was very predictable, but they avoided cliche as much possible.

    ‘‘Apparently, the world is not
    a wish-granting factory.’’

    The parents’ role was kind of mysterious one, that diverts viewer from their anticipation. Interesting it also creates some doubts. Compared to the previous movie ‘The Spectacular Now’, Shailene Woodley looked completely different. That means the physical transformed to look a perfect 16 year old was amazing. Her performance as well gives an impression that the Hollywood’s future Academy award grabbing the female lead is on making. At this rate she can do that like Jennifer Lawrence did.

    As for the lead actor, it is a good breakthrough and expecting the same result from his next movie as well. This movie, which runs over a 2 hour was smartly sliced the contents and organized those on the right spots. Many had agreed it was a fine cinema transformation from a book. So you can try this, but be careful because nowadays most of the teens movies are overrated because of the overwhelmed teen audience. The warning meant only for the older people. I’m sure the youngster will love this movie, I mean most of them.

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