Thursday, October 2, 2014

The Fault in Our Stars

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A brilliant writer named John Green made "The fault in our stars" utterly popular. It's a title of a fiction book he wrote that becomes a best selling novel, so huge it eventually directed into a movie. 

I have read the book probably beginning of this year, but I haven't seen the movie until around half an hour ago. It's so late to even just watched the movie, I know, but I don't like sad endings, I remember I finished the book with puffy eyes, so I skipped the movie until just now when I got nothing to do and decided to have my afternoon passed over sad movie.

There's a saying from the leading guy, Augustus Walters,
"Apparently the world is not a wish granting factory".

Well it is one of the cold facts of life, but for a moment, let just make ourselves happy and think, what if the world is? What if the world is a wish granting factory? What wish will you be whispering for?

Mine would be and always will be... To be happy.

Coz in the end, it's all that matters.

Okay? Okay.



Anonymous said...

ih gw sih nangis2 pas nonton film nya di bioskop nih !! sedih bener...tapi novel nya juga menyentuh abis ya, kalimat2nya itu loh beda sama film

Ivy said...

hahaha iyaaa! pdhl uda tau film ginian pasti sad ending tp tetep aja ya nonton dan ujung2 mata merah :D

chiank said...

well said. apparently the world is not a wish granting factory.