Paper Towns: Movie Review

Hi everyone! Today I’m bringing you a new movie review. Today I went and saw Paper Towns. I’ll give you a basic summary that doesn’t give away too much (Just in case you haven’t read the book or seen the movie yet.)


Margo Roth Spiegelman and Quentin Jacobson were friends as kids. As they grow up, they also grow farther and farther apart. Little does Margo know, Quentin has eyes for her and always has. As the end of High School and graduation loom closer, Margo and Quentin have been complete strangers. Until one night when Margo appears at Quentin’s window to ask a favor. He has to help her give some people a taste of their own medicine. For the first time ever, Q or Quentin feels confident and comfortable. The next morning he wakes up and Margo isn’t at school that day. Or the next. Or the next. “Margo Roth Spiegelman loved mysteries so much she became one” Quentin and his crew must work to find out where Margo has run off to.

Movie: Paper Towns based off a novel written by John Green

Length: 1 hr. and 52 minutes (roughly)

Rating: PG 13

Average rating: 7.1/10

My rating: 8/10

I totally recommend this movie for someone who loves romance, adventure, and some humor. Whether you read the book or not, this movie will definitely satisfy.

I hope you check out the second movie based off a book written by John Green. It’s rated PG 13 because of partial nudity, drinking by teens, language and the smallest amount of sexuality. I’m 13-16 and it’s nothing I haven’t heard before. Great movie but probably not for anyone younger then 13 (It is rated PG 13 for a reason!)

Thanks for reading and Stay tuned for my first What I’m Reading Wednesday’s post tomorrow.

If you’ve seen Paper Towns or read the book, let me know what you thought of it in the comments!

~Makayla the Bookworm 🙂




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