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Paper Towns is fun, great and well-acted. The cast is amazing and the ending is better than the one of the book
I love the tv series, I found the humour to be different and really laugh out loud type of funny even though it's silly at times. The movie was not a Mrs Brown's Boys movies it was corny, and slow and even though it had some scattered laughs along the way at the end it wasn't funny enough.
For film critics that haven't read the books this movie might have seem as a letdown compared to the amazingness of Catching Fire, however as a fan of the trilogy I can assure you that the third installment of the saga was maybe one of the most boring books I've ever read and that Francis Lawrence did an amazing job at making this plot interesting and suspensefull.
As a big fan of Maleficent, really I knew all her lines in Sleeping Beauty when I was 4, I felt offended with this film. Angelina Jolie was amazing but the story was pointless, why the hell did Maleficent had to be good? that doesn't make any sense, she was the best Disney villain ever and they diminished her with this film. Moreover the producers of this film justify their actions stating that "in this movie there was no villain and no hero', but that's not entirely true, at the end the real villain, Stefan, acted like one during the whole movie
Mrs Doubtfire it's surprisingly funny, it has a type of humor that children movies would not broadcast on today's age. The plot is original and Williams doesn't look like a men in a woman suit, he becomes a woman which is amazing.