The Notebook

 My Rating: 9/10

I have seen movies that made me roll to laughter, movies that me angry and so many movies that made me cry and made me love my husband more, but seldom made me stay riveted on the couch even though I have seen them a dozen of times already, and one of them is “The Notebook”.
The Notebook is a 2004 film directed by Nick Cassavets based on a Nicholas Sparks novel, The Notebook. This is a story of a 1940 summer romance that turns into an eternal love that endure life and never to be forgotten. Rachel McAdams is perfect for her role as Allie Hamilton, a girl torn between two loves from men who are vying for her heart, Noah Calhoun (Ryan Gosling) and Rower (Tim Ivey).
Make sure you have your tissues on hand if you decide to watch The Notebook for the first time because it could break you down in an uncontrollable crying yet will have you feeling happy and joyful. One of the greatest love stories ever told on a silver screen. A movie that will warm every girl’s heart and will melt the heart of those who are afraid to love.
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9 replies on “The Notebook”

The Notebook is one of my favorite movies. During the flashbacks in time, you can see how her parents were social snobs and did not want her to associate with a boy from the mill.

I have not seen this movie yet but it looks interesting. I will watch it as soon as I come across it. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

one of my faves mommy rossel. i just love this one! fell in love with nicholas sparks' characters the moment i read his books! i have seen most of film adaptations of the books that he wrote but this is by far the greatest love story ever told.

thanks for joining us this week mommy. hope to see you next week for ROAD FILMS. till then, take care and happy tcp!

Hello! Haven't seen this movie..but as what I've heard, this movie is great. A compelling love story indeed. Too bad at the end, they both died right? Nicholas Sparks indeed writes very well. 🙂
Thanks for visiting and following..following you as well.. 🙂

I read the book before watching the movie, that's the reason the movie didn't appeal to me that much… i prefer the book… 🙂 I love all nicholas sparks books… they never fail to make me cry out of love and never fail to inspire me… if i haven't read the book i'd say the movie was nice too 🙂

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