Paper Towns seem surprising indeed had a weak script because the story itself is rewritten by Michael H. Weber and Scott Neustadter, the duo behind the romance films such as (500) Days of Summer, The Spectacular Now, and of course The The Fault in Our Stars. Not just because of the presence of several moments that feels empty, to have a stable connection only with characters difficult here, things which incidentally is one of the main strengths of his novel.
Delevigne way though not provide special appearance magnet capable of delivering power to the quirkiness that is okay when the character appeared, but unfortunately Nat Wolff makes Q boring to follow. The impact that feels funny because then the supporting characters actually managed to steal the attention, they feel more comfortable than the two main characters.
Not so questioned some modifications of the novel that he gave, but the charm of Paper Towns is definitely a letdown. Effort at the beginning it was okay but after that Paper Towns is not able to avoid mixing awkward, is not capable of rendering the material cliches and thin well to give the audience a comfortable adventure.