Uh-oh, it looks like your Internet Explorer is out of date.

For a better shopping experience, please upgrade now.

Fault in Our Stars: Little Infinities Edition

The Fault in Our Stars: Little Infinities Edition

4.7 11
Director: Josh Boone, Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, Willem Dafoe

Cast: Josh Boone, Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, Willem Dafoe


See All Formats & Editions

Based on the bestselling novel by author John Green, the romantic drama The Fault in Our Stars tells the story of Hazel Grace Lancaster (Shailene Woodley) and Augustus Waters (Ansel Elgort), who fall hopelessly in love after meeting in a cancer support group, and


Based on the bestselling novel by author John Green, the romantic drama The Fault in Our Stars tells the story of Hazel Grace Lancaster (Shailene Woodley) and Augustus Waters (Ansel Elgort), who fall hopelessly in love after meeting in a cancer support group, and experience a whirlwind romance that teaches them both what it means to feel truly alive. Laura Dern and Willem Dafoe co-star.

Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide
Based on the best-selling novel of the same name by John Green, The Fault in Our Stars follows young cancer patients Hazel Grace Lancaster (Shailene Woodley) and Augustus "Gus" Waters (Ansel Elgort) from their initial meeting at a support group to a romantic, all-expenses-paid trip (referred to sarcastically by Hazel as a "cancer perk") to Amsterdam, where they hope to meet their favorite author, Peter Van Houten (Willem Dafoe). While neither the trip, their prognoses, nor their visit with Van Houten go exactly as they had imagined, what Hazel's oncologist refers to as a cancer "journey" ends up symbolizing the emotional ups and downs of both adolescence and living with a serious illness. The Fault in Our Stars flirts at times with being just a bit too precious, particularly when it comes to Augustus. While there is nothing wrong with Elgort's performance (and much of his dialogue is taken verbatim from the source material), the character's grandiose manner and penchant for metaphors aren't entirely believable for an 18-year-old boy. The same could be said of Hazel's stoic acceptance of the thyroid cancer that will, in all likelihood, be the cause of her death. However, as their relationship grows, it becomes increasingly apparent that Gus' optimism and Hazel's cynicism are different manifestations of the same protective armor. Woodley's portrayal of Hazel brings with it an understated poignancy. She is not an impossibly beautiful saint suffering in glamorous agony; she is a smart young woman who has come to terms with her own mortality as best as she can manage. One of the most unique elements of The Fault in Our Stars is that it occurs in a place of acceptance rather than acute grief. Augustus and Hazel speak readily about their eulogies and their philosophies regarding the existence of an afterlife, but they do so with a palpable layer of detachment that both actors should be proud of harnessing so well. For all of the film's unapologetically sweeping gestures and metaphors, its strength comes from its subtlety and attention to detail. The side effects of cancer are in every shot, whether in the form of an oxygen tank, breathing apparatus, prosthetic limb, chemotherapy bag, or the unrelenting anxiety on the faces of Hazel and Gus' respective families. Hazel's parents, played expertly by Laura Dern and Sam Trammell, are on their own search for meaning when it comes to the tragedy of having a terminally ill child. Since the parents and children don't talk about this topic together, it's clear that Hazel's attendance in a cancer-support group and her doctor's references to the disease as a "journey" are necessary for the adults to stay sane and positive. Similarly, it is the pithiness of Hazel's often harsh perception of reality that gives the film its weight and offers the perfect counterpoint to Gus' verbosity. While the self-admitted "soliloquies" of Augustus Waters bring the wit, Hazel's heartfelt yet pragmatic conclusions bare the movie's soul. Breathing difficulties and the process of dying itself, according to Hazel, simply "suck." This unflinchingly realistic perspective is as constant a presence in the film as the cancer itself, giving the story a tone more bittersweet than saccharine -- and it's this element, surprisingly enough, that makes the tears flow and forces the audience to come to their own conclusions about what constitutes a life lived to its fullest.

Product Details

Release Date:
Original Release:
20th Century Fox
Region Code:
[Wide Screen]
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Sales rank:

Special Features

Disc 1: Extended and Theatrical Feature Blu-ray
**6 Deleted Scenes with Optional Audio Commentary **The Stars Align: Book to Screen **Audio Commentary by Director Josh Boone & Author John Green **Promotional Featurettes: The Cast, The Making of The Fault in Our Stars, The Transformation, Literature to Life, Our Little Infinity, The Music Behind Our Stars **Gallery

Disc 2: Extended and Theatrical Feature DVD
**Audio Commentary by Director Josh Boone & Author John Green **Promotional Featurettes: The Cast, The Making of The Fault in Our Stars, The Transformation, Literature to Life, Our Little Infinity, The Music Behind Our Stars **Gallery

Digital HD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Shailene Woodley Hazel
Ansel Elgort Gus
Willem Dafoe Van Houten
Nat Wolff Isaac
Laura Dern Frannie
Mike Birbiglia Patrick
Sam Trammell Michael
Emily Peachey Monica
Lotte Verbeek Lidewij
Ana Dela Cruz Dr. Maria
Randy Kovitz Dr. Simmons
Toni Saldana Flight Attendant
David Whalen Gus's Dad
Milica Govich Gus's Mom
Allegra Carpenter Hostess
Emily Bach Monica's Mom
Tim Hartman Minister
Bethany Leo Speaker #1 (Beth)
Alexis Hodges Speaker #2 (Alexis)
Jean Brassard Waiter
Carly Otte Young Girl (Alisa)
Lily Kenna Young Hazel
Silvio Wolf Busch European
Viviana Cardenas Support Group Member (Julie)
Jordan Drexel Speaker #3 (Sid)
PJ Rossotto Speaker #4 (PJ)
Tanner Boatwright Gus' Leg Double
Cheyenne Hurley Coffee Shop Worker
Jennifer Kline Giggling Girl
Carole Weyers Voice of Anne Frank

Technical Credits
Josh Boone Director
Marty Bowen Producer
Jim Brookshire Sound Editor
Richard E. Chapla Production Manager
H.H. Cooper Asst. Director
Bob Dodd Special Effects
James M. Emswiller Sound Mixer
Wyck Godfrey Producer
Mary Claire Hannan Costumes/Costume Designer
Molly Hughes Production Designer
Michele Imperato Executive Producer
Jeannee Josefczyk Makeup
Season Kent Musical Direction/Supervision
Isaac Klausner Executive Producer
Mike Mogis Score Composer
Scott Neustadter Screenwriter
Ben Richardson Cinematographer
Amishjim Schulze Special Effects
Robb Sullivan Editor
Leendert Van Nimwegen Makeup
Nate Walcott Score Composer
Michael H. Weber Screenwriter
Gregory A. Weimerskirch Art Director

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Fault in Our Stars
1. Scene 1
2. Scene 2
3. Scene 3
4. Scene 4
5. Scene 5
6. Scene 6
7. Scene 7
8. Scene 8
9. Scene 9
10. Scene 10
11. Scene 11
12. Scene 12
13. Scene 13
14. Scene 14
15. Scene 15
16. Scene 16
17. Scene 17
18. Scene 18
19. Scene 19
20. Scene 20
21. Scene 21
22. Scene 22
23. Scene 23
24. Scene 24
25. Scene 25
26. Scene 26
27. Scene 27
28. Scene 28


Customer Reviews

Average Review:

Post to your social network


Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See all customer reviews

The Fault in Our Stars 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Twink More than 1 year ago
When a well-loved book is adapted as a movie I always wonder if the film can live up to my expectations. In this case, it's John Green's fabulous book, The Fault in Our Stars. I didn't get to the theatres to see it, so I happily sat down with the newly released The Fault in Our Stars Little Infinites Blu-ray. Director Josh Boone's vision of the book was excellent! For those of you unaware of either book or movie (and how can that be!) The Fault in Our stars is the love story of Hazel and Augustus - who meet at a teen cancer group. Actors Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort both did an amazing job bringing these characters to the screen. Supporting actors Laura Dern and Sam Trammel also embodied the mental images I had created for Hazel's parents. Woodley and Elgort nail the sarcastic dialogue, the poignant scenes and the 'get the tissue box moments' (seriously you're going to want to have that handy) and made me fall in love all over again with this story. There are so many great scenes and lines from the book that stuck in my head as I was reading and I wondered if they would appear in the movie. They did - including my personal favourite - "Some infinities are bigger than other infinities." This Blu-ray edition is actually called the Little Infinities Extended Edition (and comes with a limited edition little infinities bracelet) The Fault in Our Stars tackles a serious topic with humour, grace, wit and so much emotion. It's impossible not to love the story. Although I loved getting lost in watching the movie, I was also eager to see the additional features included - an extended version, deleted scenes (including a cameo cut from John Green), features on the cast, the process of taking a book to a movie and many more. Is it a movie I would watch again? Absolutely. Definitely recommended to movie and book lovers - one of the best book to film adaptions I've seen.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A bittersweet celebration of love and life...
AveryF More than 1 year ago
The Fault in Our Stars starts out okay, but once you get deeper into the movie you feel the emotion between Gus and Hazel! Its adorable, its heartbreaking and the best thing about it is it followed the storyline of the book!!! :))))))))))
kiana_ruiz 28 days ago
Honest opinion about the book “The Fault In Our Stars”, it was a really great book, it was wonderful, it was beautiful, it was just truly amazing. TFIOS has you feeling multiple different ways, at one point you're happy and laughing and at another your emotional and crying, like an Emotional Roller Coaster? Once I started reading I couldn’t stop, honestly, I'm one of those people to not read a lot. I find reading useless like it’s a waste of time, but John Green changed my mind completely about books. I recommend reading this book because it makes you appreciate life more and it proves that love, at first sight, does exist and that we all should be “LIVING OUR BEST LIFE TODAY!”
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
ABookAWeekES More than 1 year ago
It took me a long time to finally read John Green's bestselling novel, The Fault in Our Stars. My life was intimately touched by cancer a couple years ago, so I needed time to become emotionally ready to read the tragic tale. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that the book was not the tear-jerking cancer story I feared it would be. Yes, it is about kid's with cancer, but the book is more a bittersweet once in a lifetime kind of love story. The genuine characters, sharp writing, and deeper questions of mortality and legacy made for a very strong novel. Fortunately the film adaptation of the novel remains true to the book and manages to capture much of the magic from the text. The film follows Hazel (Shailene Woodley), a teenager who is fighting a terminal case of cancer. She is on an experimental medication that keeps her disease at bay, but she will eventually succumb to her illness. An only child, Hazel spends her days reading, attending college classes, or watching T.V. with her parents. At the insistence of her mother, Hazel finds herself at a weekly support group for critically ill teens. It is at these meetings that Hazel meets Augustus Waters (Ansel Elgort), a lanky, attractive, former high school basketball star who lost a leg to cancer. The two form an immediate connection, and we watch as their young love blossoms. They bond over Hazel's favorite book, An Imperial Affliction, and obsess about the book's ending, or lack thereof. Their curiosity leads them to contact the book's author, Peter Van Houten (Willem Defoe), and even travel to Amsterdam to visit with him. A plot twist near the end brings their entire relationship into question and forces the two to face realities neither of them are prepared for. The two leading actors expertly portray the humor, angst, and wonder of two young people falling in love. The stellar performances by each member of the cast helps to elevate what could easily be a cheesy Lifetime Channel romance story into something more. Laura Dern as Hazel's overprotective mother, does a particularly fantastic job as a woman facing the possibility of losing her only daughter. Cancer is a difficult subject to talk about and can easily become morbid and cliche. This film approaches the subject with a respectful lightness and humor, making the tragic elements easier to stomach. There are a couple minor changes from the book, but none of them have a negative effect on the story. Fans of the novel will be pleased that this adaptation maintains the romance, hope, sadness and wit of Green's story.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
This was good, pretty good actually. Might just have to read the book. The soundtrack and performances were especially good.
alexismick More than 1 year ago
Book title and author: The Fault In Our Stars By: John Green Title of review: sad and inspiring Number of stars (1 to 5): 4 This book is inspiring because it’s about a girl named Hazel Grace Lancaster who has thyroid cancer and is sent to support group where she meets and falls in love with Augustus Waters. Hazel Lancaster is a seventeen year old girl that is suffering from thyroid cancer, because of her cancer she uses a portable tank of oxygen to help her breath properly. In one of the meeting at support group she laid her eyes on a teenage boy whose name is Augustus waters. He’s there to support his friend named Isaac who has cancer in his eyes and has only one eye and is getting the other one removed. After the support group meeting Hazel and Augustus flirt for a while then he invites her to see a movie she thinks he is great until he pulls out a cigarette she was shocked.at the stupidity. I like this book because its about these teenagers that have cancer and are falling for each other and they help each other out they cry they laugh together it inspired me a lot because it made me feel that I should live life to the fullest because there might not be a tomorrow. This book is narrated by Hazel, age 16 who has thyroid cancer in her lungs. She makes two friends at support group Isaac, who is going blind and Augustus, who has a fake leg from cancer. At first Hazel tries to avoid Augustus because she feels like she is a grenade and she is going to blow up one day. Letting someone love her makes her think that violence is an act against him. She thinks that Augustus is a person that won’t hurt her so they fall in love .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My Book Review Book title and author: The Fault in our stars, and John Green Title of review: My awesome book review Number of stars, 5 Introduction The book, The fault in our stars is a very fun book to read. It is a love story mixed with a cancer story. The one very important thing that I learned in this book is that life can through you curve balls and you never know what is going to happen. Description and summary of content ,The book is narrated by a six-teen year old girl name Hazel Lancaster. She is a cancer patient. Her parents make her go to this support group at this church. She hates support group she only goes because it pleases her mom. But one day she falls in love with a seven teen year old young man and his name is Agutsus Waters. Evaluation, I really liked this book believe it or not but this is one of the best books I think I have ever read. Why do I like this book? I like this book because you can really learn a lesson. You never know what is going to happen. Conclusion, in conclusion Hazel and Agustus adore each other. I learned a lot about cancer in this book. This book is a good inspiration to have you to imagine while you are reading it.
Drvance1 More than 1 year ago
Great book!
AdanG More than 1 year ago
I LOVE IT:) IT'S MY LIFE!!!!!!!!!!!!!