A Walk to Remember
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Love brings together what peer pressure and lifestyles seek to keep apart in this coming-of-age story based on the bestselling book. Teen idol Shane West and multiplatinum recording star Mandy Moore star as two high schoolers -- she a straitlaced preacher's daughter and he an unmotivated delinquent. When events thrust him into her world, he begins an unexpected journey he'll never forget.
Audio Commentary:2 Feature-length commentaries: - #1 by Shane West, Mandy Moore and director Adam Shankman - #2 by author Nicholas Sparks and screenwriter Karen Janszen
Filmographies:Cast film highlights
Music Video:Mandy Moore, "Cry"
- 2 Separate Commentaries, One by Shane West, Mandy Moore, and Director Adam Shankman, the other by Novelist Nicholas Sparks and Screenwriter Karen Janszen
- Mandy Moore Cry Music Video
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Then we learn that she has cancer which almost took the breath from my body. That wasn’t how the story was supposed to go, they are supposed to be together forever, live happily, and have fifty four children. But sometimes forever is a very short time. But maybe it really is what you leave behind you when you go because Landon emerges a changed man from having known Jaime for those brief months because she dared to believe in him. A very powerful message about the force that love and faith can have on people.
The one thing that I felt was not played up as much as I might have expected was the whole different cliques can their relationship survive angle. Minus a few scenes that didn’t seem to play the role I expected. It wasn’t like anybody tried to sabotage the relationship, which might have been expected, but that might’ve been secondary to what seems to be the central message of the story about the power of faith and love.
The only reason I'm not giving it a 5 star rating is because I was surprised by all of the explicitly sexual references in the beginning of the movie that I naively didn't notice the first time I watched it when I was much younger. (Spoiler alert: the friend, when helping him out with his lines, physically acts out having sex with the drama teacher by hip thrusting a bench, basically). It also swears a lot during the beginning of the film. On the other hand, this can also be used to show just how much the main character really does change. By the end of the film I don't recall hearing any swearing anymore, and the love they share is very pure and clean. Definitely a great overall message, but also a sketchy scene to watch out for.
With that said, its extremely predictable and very, very sappy.. and still a great story, When Mandy Moore sings in this movie its just amazing.. my hair is standing up just thinking about that sceen in the school play. I rated this movie 4 stars due to its "tv-movie" ish-ness. It doesnt watch like a major motion picture, it watches like a lifetime movie special.. with just a little better filming and just a tad better writing especially in some scenes this movie would have been so much better. It was good, coulda been great.