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|Formats:||12 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Channing Tatum, Amanda Seyfried, Henry Thomas, Richard Jenkins, Scott Porter, Leslea Fisher, Cullen Moss, Mary Rachel Dudley, Michael Harding, June Letourneau|
|Run time:||1 hour 48 minutes|
|Rental release:||23 Aug 2010|
By Tom Charity from LOVEFiLM
Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried star in this tear-jerker from the writer of The Notebook.
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AmazingBy a customer from Chigwell , 07 May 2009
[Highly rated reviewer]An Amazing book, made into an amazing film. Channing Tatum best performance to date! The Rise of Channing Tatum continues.
Wasn't a fan of Amanda Seyfried (Mamma Mia fame) before watching this but after this film i might just watch anything else she does.
once again left me crying like a baby - like all Nicholas Sparks books that turn into films! i would recommened reading the book 1st. Unless you don't want to know the ending :)
Defiantly one for the dvd collection!
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interesting watchBy clairyfairy25 (2 reviews) , 19 Oct 2013A very moving story. Had me hooked from the start to the finish and a convincing story definatley worth the watch.
Better than expectedBy a customer , 11 Aug 2013I kinda liked this film - though very much a chick flick and I wouldn't dream of making my boyfriend sit through it.
Not a fan of Channing Tatum, but for those who are, you'll love this one.
Also I really liked the soundtrack :)
Ending please!By KieranThesweetcornDransfield (1 review) , 03 Jan 2013Film has just finished and am still waiting for the ending. Decent film but pointless as ending was rubbish and who knows what happens next!
AWFUL, boringBy pickering777 (1 review) , 09 Dec 2012Worst movie I have ever seen and I'm normally a sucker for these kind of movies. Acting is hopeless, storyline goes NOWHERE unless something spectacular happens in the last 20 minutes. Wouldn't even advise it to my grandmother!
Really Disappointing...By DollyDebbie (2 reviews) , 09 Oct 2012I hired this film because I really like The Notebook... but how disappointed was I! It's dull, boring and depressing... the only thing going for it is Channing Tatum is pretty good to look at!