PAPER TOWNS REVIEW

John Green has once again proved himself a young adult literature genius. In his second novel-turned-film, Paper Towns, you follow shy and nerdy Quentin (Nat Wolff) as he tells you the wonderful story of how he met and fell in…

PAPER TOWNS REVIEW

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John Green has once again proved himself a young adult literature genius. In his second novel-turned-film, Paper Towns, you follow shy and nerdy Quentin (Nat Wolff) as he tells you the wonderful story of how he met and fell in love with the quirky Margo Roth Spiegelman (Cara Delevingne).
Quentin is a 17 year old high school student that has been irrevocably in love with Margo since they first ever became neighbors. They grew apart as time went by and ended up in two totally different social groups—Margo is a beautiful, popular girl and Quentin is, well, an ordinary nerd with his two sidekicks, Ben and Radar. But one night had changed everything.
As Quentin was heading off to sleep, Margo unexpectedly recruits him as her partner in crime to help her play some hilarious pranks on the friends and boyfriend who deceived her. Being so madly in love, Quentin said yes and experienced the best night of his life.
As he’s anxiously fixing his appearance, Quentin can’t stop thinking about the next time he will run into Margo—but as expected, she was nowhere to be found. With help from his friends and various hidden clues that mysterious Margo set out, Quentin goes on a mission to find the girl who truly showed him how life should always be lived.
I have no doubt in my mind that Paper Towns will be notorious. This film offers everything you would like to see in a movie—romance, suspense, mystery, and tons of comedy. As a huge, proud fan of John Green and his novels, I can assure you that you will leave the theater with a giant smile on your face. One thing that stood out to me the most was the character development; in the novel, you only get to see a small fragment of the lives of Ben and Radar and I thought it was genius to have these hilarious characters showcase their awesome personalities in the film. The actors all played their roles flawlessly and I am so glad that my uber-high expectations were met. Paper Towns is undeniably one of those feel-good films that you will not stop thinking about.
Paper Towns is rated PG-13 for its inappropriate language, drinking, sexuality and partial nudity so I suggest that only 12 year olds and up should see this film. I rate this film five out of five stars.

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