Paper Towns


Action / Drama / Mystery / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 55%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 56%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 76385


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Halston Sage as Lacey
Ansel Elgort as Mason
Nat Wolff as Quentin
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809.00 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 49 min
P/S 12 / 98
1.64 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 49 min
P/S 9 / 66

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by AliceofX 5 / 10

Ruined by Ending

I haven't read the book, but in the forums someone said that the ending, and through it ultimately the meaning, of the book was quite different. According to that individual the book ends with Quentin realising that Margo is not the deep and interesting girl that he created in his own head.

I don't know if such an ending would have been better but it at least would have been more interesting than the bland ending we got. There would have been some drama with Quentin seeing his illusions smashed. Instead he just realises she doesn't like him. And then it ends.

Margo was my biggest problem of this film. Besides that, the film was very enjoyable and funny. You really wanted to spend time with Quentin and his friends because they felt real. Unlike Margo who just felt like a character from a children's adventure book.

Which brings me back to my original point. Margo starts out as the Manic Pixie Dream Girl. By the end she could have become human. But she doesn't. So when you compare her to all the other characters in this film it's like they come from completely different worlds.

Paper Towns is, overall, a good film but the ending completely ruins the entire story and the themes that it was building.

Reviewed by Gabriel Lee 5 / 10

Paper Towns

Let me start out by saying I never read the book, so I can't possibly have any beef in that area. I also didn't see TFIOS previous to this, so I can't compare. However, I was extremely unimpressed by this movie overall.

I was impressed when the anti-climax came, and Margo basically just told Quentin, "Hey, you're crazy for coming all this way. Nothing I did actually was meant for you in any way." At this point, I was thinking, that's pretty ballsy for them to lead all the way up to this nihilistic shattering of idealism for Quentin.

And then they just half-assed it.

I was disappointed when the ending came and they tried to sort of flip it around, like, "Wait, no, it DOES have meaning, see? They had fun!" If they had stuck to the tone of that scene with Margo and Quentin in the parking lot, I would've given this a 6 or a 7 out of 10, even though the rest was just average.

I liked some of the other characters' small changes and the flirting with the idea that they're all going away to college to never see each other, but Quentin's character arc was simply not there. He started as just a spectator, and ended as just a spectator.

Overall, I give this a 5/10 for just being a mediocre movie overall, and the pacing feeling a bit strange sometimes.

Reviewed by Jon Doe 9 / 10

Not as it seems, in a good way

My first glance towards Paper Towns I had high hopes, and after joyfully watching the movie I feel fulfilled. The ending is to me utmost fitting and appropriate. My last glance shows the movie rating a 7/10, and Im not sure why. Acting was terrific and I believe the casting was a hammer hitting the nail on the head. I believe once you put your phone away and any distractions and focus on the emotions of the characters in depth you will feel many feelings you have hopefully felt in your lifetime.

The movie seems like something teenagers would flock to in high school with their sweethearts on a first date trying to find a romantic movie but someone for an example 25 years of age having experienced all those feelings can hopefully watch the movie and recall memories of love and trying to find your place in life.

*(THE GOOD) Casting great, movie pace well kept, no major "now how in the hell would that happen", and ending realistic and honest.

*(THE BAD) Nothing, go watch it.

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