A REVIEW OF THE NOTEBOOK MOVIE PDF
The Notebook movie reviews & Metacritic score: A sweeping love story told by a man (Garner) reading from his faded notebook to a woman in a nursing home. The Notebook is a timeless love story based on the novel written by Nicholas Sparks. The movie focuses on the young love of Allie Nelson and. The lovers are named Allie Nelson and Noah Calhoun, known as Duke. As old people they're played by Gena Rowlands and James Garner. As young people, by Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling.
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Continue reading Show less Talk to your kids about Families can talk about how the movie depicts love and romance. Is this what a relationship is "supposed" to be like?
Why or why not? How does the movie treat sex?
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Parents, talk to your kids about the real-life impact and consequences of sexual activity. He reads from a bookthe story of the two lovers as they go through everything life has to offer. Gena Rowlands plays the lady that he is reading to, and a review of the notebook movie gets as wrapped up in the story as we do, as he progresses from chapter to chapter in the novel he is reading.
Garner was perfect for this role, and shows his narrating skills as he explains a review of the notebook movie the two of them live. Meanwhile, in the story, Noah and Allie meet in one of the cutest scenes of the movie.
He sees her at a carnival, and knows right away that he wants to be with her. He does not know quite why at first, and all he can say is that something inside of him is drawing him to her.
He convinces her to give him a chance, and she eventually agrees to give him the date that he seeks. What progresses from there is a Summer romance that goes through all of the emotions that we all have experienced before.
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What makes it even more real, is that it is not played off as if every single moment is perfect between the two of them. It depicts that they do have fights, that they do have disagreements, but that they do have a love that is stronger than any of that.
This is what made the romance real for me. Everyone knows, that in real life we can't have a relationship where everything works out perfectly, or where everyone agrees on everything.
The Notebook | Reviews | Film
It's a grisly Titanic knockoff based on a novel by Nicholas "Message in a Bottle" Sparks and directed by Nick Cassavetes, whose mother Gena Rowlands plays a sweet old lady in a country-club nursing home, being treated for a picturesque form of Alzheimer's.
If you're prepared to submit to the sentiment, this is a heart-wrenching romance.
An uncomplicated, nicely shot tale that ticks all the right boxes for those after a good old-fashioned weepy.