i think it's both.
Me, too. My best friend and I were laughing so hard and holding each other close when we were crying. Her mom said we looked so cute crying together.
Its a comedy to see because of the shitty acting its a tragedy that I watched it so both.
Yeah. It's a laughing one but a tearjerker as well.
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The gas station scene removed all comedy. I cried so hard reading and in the theater :'C so B.
That one had me and my best friend crying.
It's so incredibly sad. A grown man was bawling his eyes out in the theater. That and the scene towards the end in Hazel's room with her parents. Ugh... not enough sleeves in the world.
I was crying so hard when Hazel said the same thing her mother said.
It was so sad, such a great sad story :/
I watch it all the time whenever I need to cry. I wish Hazel never heard her mother say she wasn't going to be a mother anymore.
Yeah, I feel like in the movie you really saw how even though Augustus was the one who died, that Hazel was also very sick and she wasn't waiting on a miracle.
I wanted to see it so bad and my bff had to tell me what happens in the end. She ruined it for me, I won't be watching this movie for a looooong time.
A little bit of both.
I have heard it is a mix