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Michael Cole almost 6 years ago
I don't know if it's a result of the Twilight fad, but stalkers are not romantic!
Helsy Flores almost 7 years ago
You read the synopsis and think "Aww", but it's nothing like that. Terrible and boring.
Sandra Padilla over 2 years ago
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Nichole Sullivan over 7 years ago
Waiting for Forever is a 2010 American romance film directed by James Keach, starring Rachel Bilson and Tom Sturridge. The film had a limited theatrical release beginning February 4, 2011. It was shot in Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah. Best friends while they were growing up, Emma (Rachel Bilson) and Will (Tom Sturridge) lost touch a long time ago—as far as she knows. She is back in their hometown, because her father is dying and sick. Will tells the story of how he fell in love with Emma and how she was with him when his parents died, to a man and woman who are giving him a ride to his hometown. He is dropped off on Historic 25th Street in Ogden, UT. Upon arrival he visits his brother Jim, a banker, who believes that Will has mental problems and is reluctant to have him stay. After seeing his brother is angry, Will goes to stay with his childhood friend Joe. He tells them that today or tomorrow is the day he will tell Emma that he loves her. Emma hasn't just come home to be with her...
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