Nothing like having a hot girl climb into your freaking window and offer you the night of your life, well, not that kinda night in a sense, just a little more outdoors. The movie is based on the novel ‘paper towns’ by the famous author John Green.
This is another tear inducing teenage melodrama kicked of by Margo Roth Spiegelman (Cara Delevigne) to teach a lesson in self discovery to her florida high school mates via an eventful road trip. Did someone just say road trip?. The movie centers on Quentin (Natt Wolff) who has known Margo since she was Buck -toothed and little, until he grew up to be a nerd and she turned into a roman goddess…yeah, that’s bad for you man but hey there’s still hope for you Q, so imagine his surprise when one night before the end of the school year, she spider-womans her way into his bedroom and challenges him to take her out on his folks car saying “Basically, this is going to be the best night of your life”.
Well our ambitious girl was on a quest to be avenged against her two timing boyfriend, they go on a ride, the night is good, slow, dream-come-truey then wham!, by morning our achieving cinderella has dissapeared, completely, into thin air, vacuumed.
So eventually Heroic Q convinces his buddies to go with him on a Cow-dodging road trip to new York state, where he feels Margo is concealing a paper town.
By the end mystery revealed, teary eyed, awkward romance, man Cara’s good, nailed that whole moody thing. It’s a story of self discovery. You should see this movie, thanks.
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