A Walk to Remember


Action / Drama / Family / Music / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 27%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 78%
IMDb Rating 7.4 10 180052


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Mandy Moore as Jamie Sullivan
Lauren German as Belinda
Daryl Hannah as Cynthia Carter
Shane West as Landon Carter
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1hr 41 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by groff-29362 9 / 10

Prepare for an ugly cry!

A Walk to Remember is a love story about two teenagers, Landon (Shane West) and Jamie (Mandy Moore). The film starts out pretty typical, Landon is a bad boy who has known Jamie, a mousy, wholesome girl, his whole life, but never took the time to notice her...until he does. Landon gets into some trouble and part of his punishment is being part of the school play, where he gets to see Jamie in in a different light. When they both finally realize they love each other, Jamie tells Landon that she's dying. They have a perfect summer together and Jamie dies. As much as this film is exactly like every other tragic teen romance, it's special somehow. It might be the chemistry that West and Moore have, or the purity of their first love status, but this movie strikes a chord with viewers of all ages. The theme of this film is love and loss. It's a universal theme, that's why it is so easy to relate to. Anyone that has lost someone they love to cancer knows this isn't an accurate depiction of what the end looks like, but as long as you don't bring your cynicism, we all can admit this is a preferable version. Using several montages to pass time in this film was clever, to connect the audience to the characters emotions. Part of the charm of this movie was how easy it was to love the characters. Everyone watching can remember what that first, all consuming love felt like. There's a theme of self-discovery within this film. Landon doesn't really know who he is until he's with Jamie. He learns that he's capable of loving someone more than himself and that's an important gift. He heals relationships with his parents and friends, through the tragic ordeal he goes through with Jamie. Like "The Notebook" and other Nicholas Sparks novel turned films, lessons about love and life are learned through loss. Overall, I would recommend this film. Go into it knowing that you're likely going to ugly cry and then be ashamed of it, but that it's definitely worth it.

Reviewed by katarinaty 10 / 10

Not enough words to describe such a beautiful masterpiece...

I´m writing this feeling like I have not enough words to describe how amazing and beautiful this movie is. I first watched it when I was 16 or so and I loved it and it was always in the back of my mind and I kept thinking that I had to watch it again someday and I did, a couple days ago, at 21 and I felt it in such a strong and powerful way that I didn´t at 16. I cried so much it actually hurt. I can´t get over how pure of a movie it is, how beautiful and effortless. I absolutely fell in love with the natural amazing chemistry these two have and how real it all seems, so real it´s hard to remember it´s just a movie and it shouldn´t hurt as bad. It´s difficult for me because it´s possibly my favourite movie and I can´t watch it that often because it´s too sad but so beautiful I keep watching some scenes here and there. For me it´s the best romantic movie, no matter what anyone says. I´ve watched a lot of movies and there is not a movie that´s had suck an impact in my life. It just feels different from everything else. There is not a soul with love inside of them who isn´t compelled to cry. I don´t cry that easily with movies but there is no way you won´t cry watching this. I guess the vulnerability I now have that I didn´t at 16 helps making this movie so painful to watch but I don´t care. It´s perfection on the big screen and I can´t get enough of it. The world needs movies like this. Devoid of malice, just a pure representation of the true meaning of love. I desperately want a love like that and I want to love and be loved like I´m in a movie. This movie has an eternal hold of mt heart and my soul.

Reviewed by guhadyutiparna 4 / 10

Poorly conceived, lousily acted, lazily written.

I love films.I have watched films from various genres,from thrillers to dramas to mindless action films, I've probably watched it all. I have watched and loved teen films too,I'm a fan of John Hughes and I've watched (and liked) some supposedly cheesy teen dramas too. But this film was so so badly written that it definitely trumps all. High-school rebel Landon( Shane West) and social outcast Jamie( Mandy Moore) meet and fall in love but there's a classic twist in the plot, she has cancer and is dying. Now, the problem is not that the idea is not new, the problem is that the writing is as uninspiring and lousy as you can imagine. There's little to no character development, in fact all the characters, specially the leads, feel like nothing but cardboard cut-outs, and consequently failed to make me feel anything at all when I was supposed to cry my eyes out; and it's not that hard to make me cry, I cry at films almost regularly. Somehow, the writer(s) has just taken the laziest stereotypes and made them even lazier,hollow and superficial. Along with the atrocious and flat writing, the acting isn't good either. Mandy Moore tried but failed,Shane West maintained a painfully constipated face throughout the film and the less is said about the other high-school characters, the better. I did feel bad about Darryl Hannah though it seems like she was just collecting a paycheck. I've never been a fan of loud background score and annoying soft rock music, and this film reassured me of that. I believe that good or bad, a film has to make you feel something. You can be amused at a good film or disgusted by a bad film, it has to at least affect you in some way. But I didn't care about this film at all. I would've never cared if this film didn't exist just like I don't care that it does. That's,I think, the worst thing that can ever be said about any film that has ever been made. P.S: "I thought my heart would never open again" is the most god-awful dialogue I've ever heard in my life. Even a teen soap-opera has better dialogues than this.

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