The Fault In Our Stars: Our Little Infinity
If we could have brought all of you to the cinema house last night so we could all ugly cry together (like Candy Girls usually do), we would have. But since we couldn't, we're giving you inside info on the movie adaptation of John Green's novel The Fault In Our Stars instead: IT IS PERFECT.
Held at Greenbelt 5 and organized by 20th Century Fox Philippines, the #LittleInfinities screening brought together fans of the book and the actors (Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, and Nat Wolff). The movie is beautiful in a very heartbreaking way, but still hopeful in the end—like somehow you won't mind getting hurt because you've loved another person intensely. #deep
To build up YOUR excitement more (as if you needed it), we asked a few of those we were with last night to give you their feelings after watching the movie. Here's why they think you should line up in cinemas on opening day and bring a friend to hold hands with while you're deep into Hazel and Gus's love story:
"I was surprised on how much I liked TFIOS. It will teach you a lot of things, and I recommend everyone to go see it! Okay?" —LA (@LAAGUINALDO)
"I highly recommend the movie because it's like they adapted the entire book and put it in action. And they also cast Ansel and Shailene. It's like you're watching the book in cinemas. I think everyone should go see it and make sure to bring tissue. My favorite scene is the eulogy. It made me cry, and also when Gus confessed his feelings to Hazel." —Dhey (@perfectship)
"If you read the book, I highly suggest that you check out the movie. You won't be disappointed. But if you haven't read the book yet, you should at least check it out because it's a really great story. My favorite part of the movie was when Peter van Houten played the Swedish music. That was really funny!" —Miguel Galang
"People should watch The Fault In Our Stars because it is really perfect. It's amazing, and you're going to cry a lot. You're going to love it! It's amazing that I cannot even put my feelings into words right now, because I'm still surprised. It's like reading the book. It's like watching the book. I love the scenes they shot in Amsterdam. It's my favorite." —Esh (@ImperialFaction)
"They should watch TFIOS movie on June 5 because it is PERFECT. I would describe it longer but I am literally out of words for it. My thoughts are stars I cannot fathom into constellations! They should not forget to bring a box of tissue! It is a must-have for this must-watch movie! My favorite scene? Boy, that's hard! I'd say the whole movie, but I think the scene I loved the most was when they dined at Oranjee. It was so romantic. But I guess the whole idea of Augustus Waters is romantic. Ready all the feels, Candy girls!" —Joanna (@nagpapasexy)
The Fault In Our Stars, directed by Josh Boone, is set for release on June 5.
What are you most excited about in the movie, Candy Girls? Tell us in the comments or tweet us @candymagdotcom! We love hearing from you. :)