film review: the fault in our stars

our favorite parts of the ya blockbuster.

by nylon

A not-totally-cancer-focused cancer movie about sick teenagers who fall in love, proving that a short life can be one well-lived.

Next big thing: Nat Wolff, who, on the heels of May's Palo Alto, steals scenes from Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort. Yeah, he's that good.

Best catchphrase: "OK? OK." (These words will make you a blubbering mess.)

That's awkward: Love-struck leads Woodley and Elgort play siblings in the Divergent series.

This review originally appeared in our June/July 2014 issue--for more of summer's best movies pick up the issue on newsstands now!