When Ronnie and her brother Jonah spend the summer with their father, she learns a lot about the direction her life was going and how she can change it around when she must grow up very quickly.
A young woman arrives in Southport after we see her quickly trying to leave a previous life behind her. Whilst off the bus on a break she decides that it looks like a good place to stay. The relationship she builds with widower Alex pushes her boundaries and she must keep battling with the secret she left behind.
An old man is reading a story to an old woman, a love story of two young people Noah and Allie. They meet one summer, fall in love and have the best of times. But everything is torn apart when their social standings make a massive difference in them being together.
A romantic drama about a solider John (Channing Tatum) and Savannah (Amanda Seyfried) a college student who meet and fall in love after two weeks together. While John is on leave from the Army.
I have been anticipating this film for quite a while now and it is due for release in the UK in the next few weeks. I do have a slight crush going towards Channing Tatum as well which is another factor in wanting to see this film. I am a big fan of Nicholas Sparks novel’s turned films as they always seem to have a tragic love story in them. Check out an older post I made about Nicholas Sparks novel’s turned into Movies.
The second Poster has been released for Miley Cyrus’ new film which is due out in the next couple of months. Nicholas Sparks wrote the screenplay/story for the film.
The first poster has been released for next year’s The Last Song, which was written by Nicholas Sparks and is starring Miley Cyrus alongside Greg Kinnear.
I am really looking forward to this, I love Nicholas Sparks based movies and I am a big fan of Miley Cyrus.
As from today, and every Monday after this I am going to to a weekly review of the blog and other blog posts which I found interesting and well worth the read.
Cinematic Heaven & Hell posted Top 10 Romantic Comedies of the Decade
M.Carter at the Movies poster To Kill A Mockingbird Review
The mOvie Blog posted Growing Old in Hollywood
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The Imaginarium of Doctor Paranassus - A group of fans trying to ensure the film gets a big release in the US and latest news posted.
Since first becoming aware of this movie a few hours ago, I decided to go on a trailer search and eventually managed to find it. Its a rather long trailer, but makes me want to see this movie even more now. It does look like another good Nicholas Sparks novel turned into a movie.
I have just come across the poster for this film which is due to come out next year. Which ended up being the first time I have heard of this film. As soon as I saw that it was Nicholas Sparks who wrote the story, I wanted to know more about this film. I am a big fan of Nicholas Sparks books which have been turned into films, even if they are always sad at the end. They always contain such a great love story. For this one as well throw in Channing Tatum and I am definitely there.
I guess I have nothing better to do but thought I would have a look into the future of film and pick out some movies that I am looking forward to being released in 2010. At this very moment in time, my list of what I really want to see only contains 10 movies. I am sure as time goes by this will increase to so many more . . .