Nights In RodantheHD Closed Captioning
George C Wolfe
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About the Movie
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."
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 132
- Fresh: 39
- Rotten: 93
- 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.
Chick Flick Extrordinaire!
Ideal chick flick~beautiful love story but have the Kleenex ready! I enjoyed every minute of this movie!!!!
I can't wait to see this movie...my friend gave it 2 thumbs up and he is a movie critic!! I'm excited and love the movie trailer!! BTW both Diane Lane and Richard Gere are my favorite actors by far plus I have there other two movies that they worked on together and they have chemestry!! Woohoo!!
I had read the book and absoultely loved it. never got a chance to see the movie but i definitly can't wait to watch it!