- Format: NTSC, Import, Widescreen
- Subtitles: English, Spanish
- Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Run Time: 125 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 3,784 customer reviews
- ASIN: B0036JQ7S6
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #221,860 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
Diario de una Pasion (The Notebook) aka El diario de Noa [NTSC/Region 1&4 dvd. Import - Latin America] (Spanish subtitles)
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En una residencia de ancianos, un hombre (James Garner) lee a una mujer (Gena Rowlands) una historia de amor escrita en su viejo cuaderno de notas. Es la historia de Noah Calhoun (Ryan Gosling) y Allie Nelson (Rachel McAdams), dos jóvenes adolescentes de Carolina del Norte que, a pesar de vivir en dos ambientes sociales muy diferentes, se enamoraron profundamente y pasaron juntos un verano inolvidable, antes de ser separados, primero por sus padres, y más tarde por la guerra.
Top customer reviews
More special features that aren't on the DVD (atleast not on mine!) and they are things that they SHOULD HAVE left in the movie and seeing them explains so much more to me!
I've always loved this movie but not the ending with young Allie and Noah. It's their story and it feels so unfinished! (I always say it should be like the "Sweet Home Alabama" ending with the Polaroids and other pictures at the ending credits... it tells the next part of the story. I know they used the older actors of Allie and Noah's character pictures... but that's not Ryan & Rachel... whom you are attached to as Allie and Noah.)
Other than that... I loved having this as a better quality movie and it's just an awesome movie! Get it if you have a blu-ray and love this movie or movies like it!
A movie that I could watch again and again and still feel the same emotions.... both happy and bittersweet.
Acting is A+++++ and the storyline is A+++++.
Perfect movie for Romantics, like me.
“I am nothing special, of this I am sure. I am a common man with common thoughts and I've led a common life. There are no monuments dedicated to me and my name will soon be forgotten, but I've loved another with all my heart and soul, and to me, this has always been enough..”
― Nicholas Sparks, The Notebook
There are mature themes here so I would watch it first as a parent before deciding to recommend it or watching it with children. There is no religious influence although most of the ideas, if not overt actions, are compatible with a Christian moral worldview. To me, this is the story of Christ and the church and the story I want for my marriage with the exception that we love God more than each other.
The acting is great, the young people capture the innocence, the cruelty and fickleness of youth while making the intense love each has for the other plausible. The older couple put in Oscar worthy performances as an old loving couple separated by dementia. The scene where the mother reveals her love for and understanding of her daughter was very touching. A similar story can be found in the "Great Gatsby," but the means of reaching for Ali's love by Noah is honorable, where Jay Gatsby's for Daisy's was not so, though they are equally intense. The timing of the story in "The Notebook" is better than that of the "Great Gatsby." The story deals with great themes that all of us face with sensitivity and insight: love, duty, growing old, family, relationships.
The scenery and setting are fitting and at times breathtakingly beautiful. The actors and actresses are certainly easy on the eyes. I highly recommend this film especially for those thinking about marriage, there own or others, before or after tying the knot.