Adapted from the best-selling novel by The Fault in Our Stars author John Green comes this unforgettable film starring Nat Wolff and Cara Delevingne. Ever since they were children, Quentin (Wolff) has been in love with his enigmatic neighbor Margo (Delevingne). So when Margo recruits Quentin for a prank-filled night of adventure, Quentin leaps at the opportunity. But the next day, Margo suddenly disappears, leaving behind cryptic clues for Quentin to decipher. When he goes on an epic road trip to find her, Quentin ultimately learns the true meaning of love and friendship.
**John and Nat: Lightning Round
**John and Cara: Lightning Round
**Audio Commentary with Director Jake Schreier and Author John Green
Cast & Crew
Paper Towns is particularly good at pinpointing that certain point in teenage male friendships where the guys are getting older, but they still sometimes resort to silly voices and goofy humor when the girls aren't around.
This is sensitive and often winning in its depiction of adolescent behavior; the characters speak openly about their vulnerabilities, which makes them sympathetic.
Paper Towns is a movie that I really liked, but I probably would have loved if I'd seen it when I was 13.
It's the rare movie that can sacrifice the clean lines of fantasy and melodrama for the messiness of ordinary life - that neither burnishes nor condemns the up-down turmoil of the teenage soul, but rather lets it be.
Lukewarm as a romance, but the charming young cast helps compensate.
Sure, it's a movie aimed at teenagers in which an unpopular guy wants to get a popular girl, but there's a lot more to this story's map between points A and B.
If you're searching for smart, soulful teen entertainment, you can start looking inside "Paper Towns."