August 3, 2015

Papertown: Movie Review

"If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story." - Orson Welles
It's not a crime at all to start your morning weekends by went to cinemas. 
I, myself enjoyed watching a movie in the cinema because of the HD version and a perfect sound system.

But if I didn't have time (pretending to be busy), I would pick a random movie to watch on my laptop.

Papertown was the first movie I have been watched in August. I might say that it's a 50-50 movie choice to start your weekend.

For an emotional girl like me, I am not entirely happy with the ending, but somehow I agree because it shows reality, that you don't always get what you want.

There is no such thing as happy ending all the time. In real life, you have an ups and down moment, and it's not wrong to go through that.

The starting in the movie was an excellent way to start the film, and along the way, you will discover that 'oh, that girl is not the main character for this movie'. As for me, the main character would be the guy and his friends.

I just loved how they shoot their journey to find the girl who was played by Cara.

And it's not fair to compare this with 'The Fault in Our Stars', because they told two different stories, but still it's related to life.

Nevertheless, I enjoyed how the movie was set-up. 

If you are looking for a simple, pretty chill movie, this is a perfect choice.
But warning to a girl that has a lot of imagination towards a happy ending, because this might be killed your imagination.

P/S: I will not giving stars in every review because everybody has their own opinion, and I'm afraid that my opinion might stop you from watching this 'movie'.