The Notebook

Topics: The Notebook, Ryan Gosling, Rachel McAdams Pages: 1 (389 words) Published: April 10, 2013
The Notebook
Directed by Nick Cassavetes , the notebook is based or better said its an adaption of the bestseller with the same title by Nicholas Sparks known for his romantic books . The story revolves around the lifes of a boy from the poor side of the tracks who falls for a beautiful, rich girl. Hottie Ryan Gosling stars as Noah , who works his 'small-town boy' charms on Allie Hamilton stared by Rachel McAdams. Despite the family backgrounds , they fall passionately in love with each other during the whole summer but Allie’s mom decides to send her off to school… Allie’s parents do not approve and try to split the two up, even later on the movie her mom has been hiding her 365 letters he wrote to her everyday. After seven years they made it to separately ways . Now she has a rich fiancée played by James Marsden while noah has only one night stands . Allie returns to Seabrook after reading in newspaper about noah building their dream home all alone. And once again they couldn’t help themselves but falling in love again and this time for real till the end . The movie is so sweet and romantic and the chemistry between actors is insane and so real. In between the scenes of Noah and Allie are scenes of James Garner reading their story in a nursing home to an elderly woman slowly losing her memory and guess what …its Noah telling their story to Allie and that’s the notebook. Cutest thing ever …right ?! Even though the movies is a little bit predictable, the story is incredible and If you’re looking for a heartfelt, tear jerking romance which shows off your sensitive side this is the right one. “The Notebook” isn’t just a film for women. It’s a movie for anyone who wants to get lost in a beautiful story, for anyone who believes romance is still alive and dreams for a great first love that will last like in this movie. It’s the type of the movie that can be seen for more then one time . Its has also won a lot of awards and one them is the best kiss which made...
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