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Rachel Marshall 8 months ago
Really great period drama that tugs at the heartstrings!
Salva Keynezhad over 2 years ago
loved it
Amanda Mathews almost 3 years ago
Right at the edge of romantic that I can stand. Good movie overall.
Freya almost 4 years ago
Great love story-!
Katy Eller 4 years ago
Sappy & sad, but good for what it is.
Leif Jacobson over 4 years ago
Saccharine and cliche. Still, I suppose everyone is allowed to like one by Nicholas Sparks
Alex Gifford almost 5 years ago
A great love story that can make you laugh and cry in equal measure.
Rachelina Larasati almost 5 years ago
Well, a great love story!
Sarah Carracher over 5 years ago
Probably re-watchable for other people, especially if other people are vapid teenage girls
Sedefnur Şahin over 5 years ago
one of the best of all times.
Cille Thystrup over 5 years ago
Boring and too long!
Joss Webber over 5 years ago
Very moving!
Syed Ashruf almost 6 years ago
The Love Diary!!...
Luuk van Egeraat 6 years ago
One of the better love stories
Lindy Oates over 6 years ago
Over rated & dull. If I have to watch a romance movie please God let it not be by Sparks.
Amanda Campbell over 6 years ago
Loved it sucker for romance!
Jane Kenney over 6 years ago
The movie your girlfriend will make you watch. Your first love is unforgettable.
B. MacIntosh over 6 years ago
Very rich story that flips time periods ala Sofphie's Choice. Gosling carries the show.
Yuliya Mollova over 6 years ago
feel-g film that has the opposite effect, creating unrealistic expectations. RG gorg tho!
Chelsea Foreman almost 7 years ago
Quintessential chick flick. Absurd, corny, romantic.
The Notebook is a 2004 romance film directed by Nick Cassavetes, based on the novel of the same name by Nicholas Sparks. The film stars Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams as a young couple who fall in love during the early 1940s. Their story is narrated from the present day by an elderly man played by James Garner, telling the tale to a fellow nursing home resident, played by Gena Rowlands. An elderly man reads from a notebook to an elderly woman about a story between two young lovers, Allie and Noah. The story dates back to the summer of 1940, on Seabrook Island, South Carolina. Allie Hamilton (Rachel McAdams) is a high school girl from a wealthy family spending the summer in Seabrook. At a carnival, Allie meets Noah Calhoun (Ryan Gosling), a local boy who takes a fondness towards her. After Noah's several attempts to go on a date with Allie, she finally agrees, resulting in both of them falling in love with each other over the summer. Once Allie's rich parents have met Noah, they...
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