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A Walk to Remember
She didn't belong. She was misunderstood. And she would change him forever.
When the popular, restless Landon Carter is forced to participate in the school drama production he falls in love with Jamie Sullivan, the daughter of the town's minister. Jamie has a "to-do" list for her life and also a very big secret she must keep from Landon.
"Our love is like the wind - I can't see it, but I can feel it."
Real feel-good movie, but be prepared to shed a few.
You know, I remember watching an interview with Hitchcock today where Hitchcock was talking about the difference between content and style (or something like that). Content is basically the thing itself -- the story in and of itself; style is how you handle the content. You can have fantastic content, but if your style is flat and uninspired, the content leaves no impact. You can also have mediocre content, but fantastic style can elevate that to something much more powerful. A Walk to Remember, unfortunately, excels neither in content nor in substance. There may be a touching story to be told here, but it's being told in the wrong way. A very flat, bland, uninspired movie that leaves you disappointed not because it's bad -- but rather because it might actually be decent had it been given a proper treatment.
After making Joey's Favorites, I brought Nicholas Sparks' A Walk to Remember with me to bed, and reread the entire thing before falling asleep.
I've known A Walk to Remember since first movie-released in '02, and as it inspired an everlasting love for Mandy Moore, it's remembered more fondly than deserved. Not until last year did I ever read the source-material, and back then I concluded both the novel and the movie was flawed, in different ways.
Upon revisiting the novel and the movie within the last day, my opinion hasn't changed. The novel is helped along by a nice amusing tone throughout the first half, and the Jamie Sullivan described there is nothing short of a saint. A saint…
What a crappy movie! Not a single character in this movie was likeable. Don't waste your time.
wanna know how to take a girl to two places at the same time then watch this. Heart breaking film
I'm pretty sure I've seen this movie 40 times. 50. 100. I don't know exactly, but I cry every single time.
The thing about this movie is that, sure, it's a cliché romance, but it's a cliché romance with fricking amazing actors and a fricking amazing soundtrack.
Shane West just blows my mind with how deeply he got into his character, and his chemistry with Mandy Moore is heartwarming.
The more intense scenes are wonderfully complemented with a Switchfoot song, and I really couldn't ask for more.
(Yes, I like movies that make me cry.)
(And this one does, a lot.)
(It's actually one of my favorite movies.)
(I admit it.)
almost cried watching it...
Decent story, good morales of love and sacrifice. Sad ending. Okay acting. Nice change of characters. Mandy Moore.
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One of the best collection
Nicholas spark made me cry with this book and this flick is superbly lovable
just a kind of film to remember for years
Finally got the chance to watch this film and it is as sad as I thought it would have been.
Basically it's a high school romance where you thought that nothing would go wrong until Jamie tells Landon that she has Leukemia. Very cliched but worth the watch. Both actors showed real chemistry and made the film very belivable. Just one thing was the 'bromance' between Landon and his friend. Why he didn't retaliate was odd, but calling him 'chicken shit' was funny. I thoroughly recomend this to any guy who looking for a romantic 'date movie'.
this would have been a lot better if it were darker and not so melodramatic. bawled my eyes out though.
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Undeniably awful, but there's something about its mindless banality that makes it eminently rewatchable.
A feel-good romantic and drama movie that I think every moviegoers and romantic film fans will surely like. Basically, a teen romance story adapted from fame writer Nicholas Sparks novel of the same title, it goes melodramatic and tearjerker when it takes on a serious moments and conflicts by the half of the film. Beware to shed tears on this movie. Shane West and Mandy Moore play perfect as the leads of the story and has a romantic chemistry that worked well in the movie. The prominent use of songs made this film memorable among Sparks romantic movies. It also did not forget to include beautiful scenes and settings in the film - a trademark in Sparks movies. A Walk…
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