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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.
mandy moore had it coming after what she did to mia in princess diaries
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
It actually kinda makes sense how Mandy Moore wouldn't let her boyfriend know that she's had leukemia. Right after she breaks the news to him, the movie devotes an entire Sad Boy Montage to him, including chats with his bros on how he's getting along. And it takes him a while to not get super offended by her confession. After that point, despite all the moments they've shared together - dinner, stargazing, discussing bucket lists, applying removable butterfly tattoos - he now only sees her for her illness. Which is real fucked up.
In general, I can't imagine how anyone could enjoy this film, except as a profession of Good Christian Morals, which nonetheless justifies the terminal illness of a…
"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.
I watched this and Fifty Shades of Grey in a span of about 72 hours. I nominate myself for Boyfriend of the Year.
It's the typical romance film with its clichés and predictability, but A Walk To Remember really builds up into something so emotionally powerful that admittedly did have me in tears. The performances are wonderful and you can really see how these characters blossom and evolve throughout the film. But really, adding on to what I said before, the film didn't have anything new to offer in terms of story.
Nicholas Sparks is the reason men get breast cancer.
Didn't like the acting, plot was super unrealistic, extremely generic movie
I hope cinemasins roasted the hell out of this movie
Out of the Nicholas Sparks' movie adaptations, this is the sweetest. I even love this more than the book.
SHANE WEST AND MANDY MOORE NEED TO HAVE MORE MOVIES TOGETHER.
I am really torn. Clearly, it's not my demographic, and I knew that coming in. But opening with The Breeders "Cannonball" was a great way to get my attention. But then it went downhill from there. I like a good love story, and the bad boy falling for the good girl seemed innocent and cliche. But it got to a point where I started to get more pissed off at every scene because I knew I was being manipulated by the "gotcha" plot point. I wanted to hate it at this point, but I don't feel that strongly about it. Let's just say it pissed me off and it wasn't for me.
A Walk to Remember is quite possibly one of the worst films that I have ever seen. The writing is terrible and an insult to the English language. Its attempt at character development is an absolute failure and the performances are just as bad.
Hands down my favourite romantic movie of all time
A Christian Nicolas Sparks film, that includes Mandy Moore: what you see is what you get.
It's my dad's favorite and after all these years I still don't understand why
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