Vary rarely will I not enjoy a film at all. This is one such case unfortunately. Maybe it's cause I wasn't 110% focussed when watching this or not in the right mood. However it was a serious struggle to invest in any character or actually understand what was going on or being said at any point in time. Its labelled a comedy but I barely laughed, sure there's a few wtf moments but not enough to keep me interested.
Loved the reboot of Spidey!
Enjoyed it much more than the first time we were introduced to Raimi's vision of Spiderman. Even though the guts of the story was pretty much a rehash of what we've seen earlier, I thought the cast did a fantastic job keeping it feeling new. Andrew Garfield was a perfect Peter Parker and I enjoyed Rhys Ifan's Lizard as a first up villain much more than Dafoe's Green Goblin. Emma Stone was fantastic too.
All in all, a thoroughly entertaining movie that I look forward to seeing again.
I don't have to write much, someone else's review aligns with my thoughts - letterboxd.com/shanderson88/film/the-fault-in-our-stars/
Final paragraph sums it up best - "the experience almost felt therapeutic, the ability to release so much emotion while watching a film I had fallen in love with. I cried and I cried and I cried, and fuck did it feel good."