Movies like The Fault in Our Stars are the kind of movies you’ll want to see more of. Check out our list of 10 more movies you need to see.
The Fault in Our Stars is a unique movie, but thematically no movie can truly be unlike any other movie. This being said, we’ve compiled our list of 10 movies like The Fault in Our Stars that you must see.
Not all of those movies received great critical acclaim. Some of them, in fact, were pretty awfully received by critics. Still, we think that all of the movies listed above are at least worth seeing. Some of them are worth seeing over and over (we’re looking at you, 50/50, you beautiful masterpiece you).
More ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ on Hypable
We here at Hypable could not be more excited about the release of The Fault in Our Stars. In fact, we’re in full on party mode. Here are all of our big articles released recently.
During the filming of The Fault in Our Stars, we were lucky enough to get to visit the set. Click the link to see what we saw that day as well as see our interviews with Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, John Green, and even more.
The Fault in Our Stars was very faithful to Green’s novel, but there were several things that were cut from the book to the film. Click the link to see 16 things that you won’t see in the movie.
Fans will be happy that The Fault in Our Stars follows the book closely, but does that make for a good movie? Click the link to see our review which discusses that while the movie is more translation than adaptation, this might not make for the best movie.
How many of these movies like ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ have you seen?
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