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Two strangers meet at a North Carolina inn, each planning to deal with very troubling circumstances in their lives. Paul (Golden Globe-winner Richard Gere - "Chicago," "Unfaithful") is a doctor who has come to try to reconcile with his estranged son. Adrienne (Academy Award-nominee Diane Lane - "Unfaithful," "Under the Tuscan Sun") is trying to decide whether or not to stay in her unhappy marriage. Sparks fly when the two first cross paths, and a relationship begins to build that may open up new possibilities for both of them. Also starring Golden Globe-winner James Franco ("Spider-Man" trilogy, TVs :James Dean"). Directed by George C. Wolfe ("Lackawanna Blues"). Based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks, author of "The Notebook" and "Message in a Bottle."
Movie Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes
- Reviews Counted: 132
- Fresh: 40
- Rotten: 92
- Average Rating: 4.8/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: Though the stars are likable and attractive, the movie is a melodramatic and soppy affair.
Rotten: The comparative savvy that Wolfe showed in HBO's stage-to-TV transfer of Lackawanna Blues has gone missing.
Rotten: Richard Gere suffers less than Diane Lane. He gets by with a mixture of skill and self-irony. She acts up a storm in every scene, but you root for the hurricane.
Rotten: What really sells this three-hanky tear-jerker -- and there were a lot of women buying it during a recent screening -- is Lane's steely and vulnerable performance. Like Tinker Bell, she almost made me believe in fairies. Almost.
One of the best Romance movie yet.
This is one of the best Romance movie yet, its worth every minuet you spend on watching it. Download now, or go to the store and buy it, you wont regret it. 5 stars
A Timeless, Passionate Love Story...
This movie is an endearing story of self-sacrifice and growth of individuals. Not only is this movie perfect for an older couple, but also anyone who has felt, feeling, or longed for the love of another person. I highly recommend this film to anyone who is a fan of A Walk to Remember or The Notebook (all three are based on novels by Nicholas Sparks).
Not anywhere near comparable to The Notebook
I found this movie actually a bit ho-hum for the first half and only really picked up in the second half when there were some emotional parts. The love story between the two main characters was not overly believable, even though both of these two characters were likeable. There seemed to be only minimal spark between the two (from where I sat, anyway). I wanted to see this because I love Nicholas Sparks novels (though I hadn't read this one). I have seen the other movies made from the novels of N.Sparks and this one would be at the bottom of my list (after: The Notebook, A walk to remember, Message in a bottle). Rent it, but wouldn't recommend buying.