For once, a movie based on a Nicholas Sparks book is populated by relatively realistic people dealing with relationship conflict in realistic ways.
How much of your recommended daily allowance of goo do Aliens and Ghostbusters supply?
Not just another tale about how the people whose photos come with the picture frames fell in love. This time it’s a thriller, too!
If Valentine’s Day is on the horizon, so must another movie based on a Nicholas Sparks book.
Mine? GoodFellas, a film that rocked me when I first saw and has stuck with me ever since, and one that I never fail to thoroughly enjoy on re-viewings.
Shaky cam? Found footage? Superheroes? Crossdressing? Nicholas Sparks adapations? Let it all out…
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Why does Dakota Fanning get to really live onscreen here in a way that Teh Movies don’t usually allow girls to do? Because she’s dying.
Never let it be said that Nicholas Sparks doesn’t prefer easy fake greeting-card melodrama instead of something that looks more like complicated reality.
Nicholas Sparks, I hate you, and I hate your ass-face books, and I hate the ass-face movies they get turned into.