The latest John Green adaptation is now in theaters, and while you'll certainly need fewer tissues than Green's previous effort, "The Fault In Our Stars," "Paper Towns" brings a story of adventure and mystery to moviegoers. We think it's more than worth the price of admission to see the story of Quentin (Nat Wolff) and Margo Roth Spiegelman (Cara Delevingne) unspool on screen.
Ahead, nine reasons we think you should hit up the convenience store for provisions, grab a car full of friends and road trip to see "Paper Towns" right this second.
Cara Delevingne is perfection.
Come on, Cara Delevingne is Margo Roth Spiegelman. She's a beautiful, mysterious, smart, quirky dreamgirl, and don't act like you wouldn't try to solve the mystery if she suddenly disappeared.
Nat Wolff is your perfect boyfriend.
What a charming goofus. His Q is nerdy, nice and intense. Total third-date material.
The mystery will drive you nuts.
It's a three-part movie: there's the pranking shenanigans at the beginning, a mysterious middle and a high-stakes road trip to close things out. The mystery is legitimately intriguing and you'll be dying to solve it along with Q and the gang.
The kids look like actual kids.
Tired of seeing straight-up adults play teenagers? So are we. It's refreshing that the cast of "Paper Towns" looks and acts legitimately young, lending an air of legitimacy to the whole movie. These kids feel like kids, and they seem like they're actually friends.
It'll make you appreciate the fact that your pals are always there for you.
Again, these kids actually seem like they're friends and enjoying the hell out of each other throughout the movie. It'll give you the warm fuzzies about your own pals, we guarantee. #squadgoals
It's bring out your inner prankster.
Set down the dead fish and spray paint and step slowly away. Q and Margo's pranking spree is definitely fun, and will definitely get you thinking about who you'd like to take sweet, sweet revenge on.
Parts of it are just pure fun.
Just try not to smile watching that gas station sequence. We dare you.
Looking for a phrase to tattoo on your forearm? Look no further. The movie is endlessly quotable and the characters drop deep thoughts that you wish you'd come up with yourself. Do yourself a favor and get inspired to be a little more poetic in everyday life.
It might not have the happy ending that we're used to.
Isn't it nice to have a little mystery every now and then?
"Paper Towns" drives in to theaters July 24.