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The Notebook 2004

A poor and passionate young man falls in love with a rich young woman and gives her a sense of freedom. They soon are separated by their social differences...

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One of the Best romance Films of all time for sure.. 10/10
I Hate sad endings but still the movie was great. One of my favorites.
awesome good story
i <3 Rachel McAdams

one of the best movies i have ever seen, it will make you laugh and cry. Rachael McAddams is an amazing actor and fits the role of the young confused young girl looking for love only to realise that she already had it years before. Well worth a watch, even though it is a massive chick flick, anyone could love this romantic with a twist.

best!

i love this movie it broke my heart.to know that he made her fall in love with everyday intill they died toghter best movie ever

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* 1/2 THE NOTEBOOK - An elderly man (JAMES GARNER) reads to an
elderly woman (GENA ROWLANDS) a story about a love affair between a rich girl
and a poor boy. Chick Flick Alert !!! The acting is good (except for wooden new-comer RYAN GOSLING), but the script is corny, manipulative drivel. Ladies, if you must see this, please bring a girlfriend and don't subject a man to this nonsense.Opens 6/25.
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This movie is by definition a chick flick, although it's a very effective one. The chemistry between the leads Rachel McAdams as Ally and Ryan Gosling as Noah is great, and they're also appealing when they go into the present and their older selves are played by Gena Rowlands and James Garner. The story is pretty by the book as Noah tries and succeeds in winning over the girl from across the tracks, Ally. They're a love/hate couple as they have lots of arguments during the course of their relationship. They break up after the summer due to pressure from her parents to go to Sarah Lawrence and dump the poor guy. She tells him to write, and of course her mother keeps all 365 letters he wrote to her so she gives up on him. She then meets a hansome, wealthy soldier played by James Marsden. In a somewhat thankless role, he still makes his character likeable. Ally and Noah then are reunited when she sees his picture in front of the house he built for her. The old Noah tries to get Ally to remember their love b/c she has Alzheimer's. This is very heartwrenching as James Garner plays the husband in love and grieving wonderfully.