The Notebook (movie)
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  • However, I'd still say it's worth watching

    • by Heather
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      With Valentine’s day coming up (or even if you’re reading this after that day), this might be a good movie to check out. The Notebook is the movie version of Nicholas Sparks’ book, as you probably already know. As with all of the other stories that this man has come up with, this one

      brings out lots of emotions throughout it. When I say emotions, I mean bring out the kleenex ’cause you’ll probably need them.

      The story is about a young couple that falls in love, but there are interferences in their love. The story is told by an older man to a woman who is around his ...


      • age, and it is evident that the woman has memory problems. The focus of the movie periodically goes back to the older couple throughout the showing of the young couple’s love story. The actors chosen to play the parts of the young couple played them very well, and it’s easy to feel the emotions
        of the characters because of that.

        As with most book to movie transitions, there are some differences between the book and the movie that could possibly distract you if you’ve read the book before seeing the movie. However, I’d still say it’s worth watching; it is a really good movie, and I wouldn’t mind watching it again.




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