The Notebook


Action / Drama / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 80%
IMDb Rating 7.9 10 442401


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Rachel McAdams as Allie
Ryan Gosling as Noah
James Marsden as Lon Hammond
Joan Allen as Anne Hamilton
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by lordredblue 6 / 10

Things I Learned from The Notebook

1. True love is when you off yourselves simultaneously.

2. Richie Rich jilted lovers can only think of 3 options - 1. Murder, 2. Assault, 3. Termination.

3. If you build it, she will come.

4. Always deflower in a condemned, hazardous mold-infested abandoned mansion. It enhances the mood.

5. Be sure to tattle the location of your impending deeds to a random friend just in case you have to practice coitus interruptus at 2 AM.

6. Rich gals have their schedules so packed tight that they only have a little discretionary time late at night to catch up on their reading. They also possess a time traveling device so that they can squeeze in hours of extra time to go frolicking all day with a newly acquired boytoy.

Reviewed by clifto-18832 8 / 10

*Spoiler Alert*

"The Notebook" (2004) is a great love story about Noah, Ryan Gosling and Allie, Rachel McAdams based off of the famous novel written by Nicholas Sparks. The film is the story of how Noah and Allie met and their lives together being read later in life out of journal by Noah to Allie while she is suffering from Alzheimer's. This story is your normal cliché love story that everyone loves. The guy chasing after a girl, her parents not approving and in the end the two of them fall in love and live a happy life. In the beginning Allie meets Noah at a local carnival. Noah spends most of his time throughout the film trying to convince Allie to fall in love with him and convince her parents that he is good enough for her, although he is a boy from the other side of town. Quickly, Allie falls into him and their story continues despite her parent's approval. Allie's mother is the one who causes much of the problems in this film. She sets them up to begin fighting in many different way and eventually to stop talking all together while Allie moves away for school. While she is away Noah continues to love her, and try his best to contact her throughout many years apart. He builds their dream home and goes out of his way to make sure that they could rekindle the fire that was once there. A few years later, Allie and Noah run into each other and it all unravels. Everything that Noah had done, all of the letters that you later find out Allies mother had been hiding. They fall in love all over again until the day that they are sitting there while Noah is reading to Allie while she doesn't remember. The movie closes with the two of them having the ends of their lives together just like it always should have been. So, in conclusion while wanting to watch this movie, expect it to be your average Nicholas Sparkes film just like these others; safe heaven, the longest ride and the best of me etc.

Reviewed by cdavisart 1 / 10

I want to throw up.....gag & puke

The only thing worth watching is Gosling with his shirt off, but only with the sound off. Chick Flick of the worst kind.

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