“Paper Towns”

Rated PG-13

1 hour 40 minutes

Cara Delevingne, Nat Wolf

CHICOPEE, Mass (WWLP) — They say you never forget your first love. Unforgettable is the only way to describe Cara Delevingne’s stunning performance as Margo in “Paper Towns”.

A high school nerd named Quentin has worshipped Margo since childhood. But now they travel in different circles. Until one night when something completely unexpected happens.

It’s to be one of the most eventful nights in Quentin’s mostly unexciting life.  Margo’s free spirited woman of the world prodigy is light years more adventurous than her geeky admirer.

I’ll only tell you that Margo mysteriously disappears, which does the picture’s high adrenaline level no good at all.

And of course, Quentin and his crowd take up the search for the high spirited runaway. All of which takes them all into a more mature understanding of the workings of the real world beyond high school.

Let’s just say that between Cara Delevingne’s charisma and the stories melancholy magic, “Paper Town” grabs you and doesn’t let go.

And for being the most beguiling story of young love so far this year, “Paper Towns” travels in the good company of 3 stars.

Did you ever get the feeling there’s so much to the movie you’ve got to see It again? That’s exactly how you’ll feel about “Paper Towns”.

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