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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Nicholas Sparks (novel)
Karen Janszen (screenplay)
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Release Date:
25 January 2002 (USA) See more »
Genre:
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Find out who you are and do it on purpose. See more »
Plot:
The story of two North Carolina teens, Landon Carter and Jamie Sullivan, who are thrown together after Landon gets into trouble and is made to do community service. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
4 wins & 2 nominations See more »
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(285 articles)
Nicholas Sparks makes TV debut with Lifetime’s “Deliverance Creek”
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Mandy Moore joins 'Red Band Society'
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Fox's 'Red Band Society' admits Mandy Moore
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You will hate yourself for loving this movie See more (950 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Shane West ... Landon Carter

Mandy Moore ... Jamie Sullivan

Peter Coyote ... Reverend Sullivan

Daryl Hannah ... Cynthia Carter

Lauren German ... Belinda

Clayne Crawford ... Dean

Al Thompson ... Eric

Paz de la Huerta ... Tracie (as Paz De La Huerta)

Jonathan Parks Jordan ... Walker

Matt Lutz ... Clay Gephardt

David Andrews ... Mr. Kelly

David Lee Smith ... Dr. Carter
Xavier Hernandez ... Luis

Marisa Miller ... Ms. Garber
Paula Jones ... Sally

Erik Smith ... Eddie Zimmerhoff
Al Butler ... Security Guard
Seth Howard ... Maitre'd
Julia Ann West ... Church Lady
Frances E. Davis ... Housekeeper
Dean Mumford ... Policeman

Anne Fletcher ... School Play Dancer

Mervyn Warren ... Pianist
Robin Clark ... Choir Singer
Vivian Cherry ... Choir Singer

Arlene Martel ... Choir Singer (as Arlene Martell Martin)
Nikki Gregoreff ... Choir Singer (as Nikki Gregoroff)
Elaine Caswell ... Choir Singer
Diva Gray ... Choir Singer
Cassidy Ladden ... Choir Singer
Janie Barnett ... Choir Singer
Gordon Grody ... Choir Singer

Kevin Osborne ... Choir Singer
Jason Paige ... Choir Singer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Charles E. Bailey ... Dean's Dad (uncredited)

Sheila Brothers ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Kelly Cole Childers ... Do-Gooder (uncredited)

Jenny Gulley ... High School Student (uncredited)

Adam Shankman ... Medical Assistant (uncredited)
Ryan Sweeney ... High School Student (uncredited)
Chip Thomas ... Gangly Boy (uncredited)

Robert C. Treveiler ... Mr. Worth Carter (uncredited)

Directed by
Adam Shankman 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Nicholas Sparks (novel)

Karen Janszen (screenplay)

Produced by
Denise Di Novi .... producer
E.K. Gaylord II .... executive producer
Bill Johnson .... executive producer
Casey La Scala .... executive producer
Hunt Lowry .... producer
Edward McDonnell .... executive producer (as Edward L. McDonnell)
Matthew Mizel .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Mervyn Warren 
 
Cinematography by
Julio Macat (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Emma E. Hickox 
 
Casting by
Mary Gail Artz 
Barbara Cohen 
 
Production Design by
Doug Hall 
 
Art Direction by
Linwood Taylor 
 
Set Decoration by
Burton Rencher 
 
Costume Design by
Doug Hall 
Beverly Woods (co-costume designer) (as Beverley Woods)
 
Makeup Department
Coni Andress .... hair stylist
Gina Baran .... hair stylist
Teresa Foshee .... additional makeup artist (as Teresa Foschee)
Jeff Goodwin .... key makeup artist
JoJo Guthrie .... key hair stylist (as Jo Jo Guthrie)
Cable Hardin .... additional makeup artist
Rick Pour .... makeup assistant
Bernard Williams .... hair stylist
Jennifer Gonzales .... makeup artist: re-shoots (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Terra Abroms .... post-production supervisor (as Terra Mair Abroms)
Alison Greenspan .... executive in charge of production: DiNovi Pictures
Bill Johnson .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Timothy M. Bourne .... first assistant director
Timothy M. Bourne .... second unit director
J. David Brightbill .... second assistant director
Rudy A. Persico .... second second assistant director (as Rudy Persico)
 
Art Department
Charles Ashworth .... scenic stand-by
Courtney L. Bont .... art department assistant
E. Lawrence Brew .... set dresser (as Larry Brew)
Russ W. Cline .... propmaker (as Russ Wayne Cline)
Danielle Couture .... paint gang boss (as Danielle S. Couture)
Ron Dick .... propmaker
Peter J. Durand .... painter
Fonda Fisher .... set dresser (as Fonda C. Fisher)
Henry H. Gardner Jr. .... on-set dresser
Beejay Grob .... art department coordinator
Michael J. Hall .... construction coordinator (as Michael Hall)
George W. Harding III .... greensman (as George Harding III)
Kevin Hardison .... set designer
Carl Hector .... assistant greens
Nicole Heffernan .... stand-by greens
Charles Ingold .... propmaker
Isom Ison III .... propmaker
Michael James .... painter
Doug Kelejian .... property assistant
Bill King .... graphics designer
Danny Kiser .... general foreman
Andrea Levine .... property master
Allen Mansfield .... painter
Jeffrey L. McKay .... propmaker
Randall Milazzo .... assistant property master (as Randall R. Milazzo)
Debra Mills .... painter (as Debra B. Mills)
Rick Mobbs .... storyboard artist
Paul Oliver .... scenic supervisor (as Paul W. Oliver)
James F. Oñate .... scenic foreman
Michael Patrick .... propmaker
Wes Perry .... welder gang boss
Richard Pipkin .... construction gang boss
Sally L. Robison .... construction medic
'Jungle Jim' Shaughnessy .... leadman (as 'Jungle' Jim Shaughnessy)
Eric W. Skipper .... set dresser
Abbie-Stuart Todd .... buyer (as Abbie Stuart-Sinclair)
Stuart Ward .... utility
Shane Warnick .... assistant greens
E. Parker Webb .... set dresser (as Ernest Parker Webb)
Jim Wright .... propmaker
 
Sound Department
Paul Aronoff .... adr mixer
Ed Callahan .... sound editor
C. Douglas Cameron .... boom operator
Chris David .... sound re-recording mixer
Ezra Dweck .... sound re-recording mixer
Will Files .... sound editorial production assistant (as William Files)
Avram D. Gold .... sound editor
Doc Kane .... adr mixer
Peter Karam .... additional sound recordist
Shawn Kennelly .... foley mixer
Shawn Ian Kerkhoff .... assistant sound editor (as Shawn Ian Kerkoff)
Cliff Latimer .... supervising adr editor
Cliff Latimer .... supervising dialogue editor
Laura Macias .... foley artist
Michael A. Morongell .... sound re-recording engineer (as Mike Morongell)
Andy Peach .... sound recordist
Terry Rodman .... sound re-recording mixer
Sean Rowe .... foley artist
Carl Rudisill .... sound mixer
Tony Shepherd .... additional sound recordist
Reuben Simon .... foley editor
Scott Solan .... utility cable
Jussi Tegelman .... sound editor
Eric Tomosunas .... adr mixer
David A. Whittaker .... supervising sound editor (as David Whittaker)
Richard Burnette .... mix facility coordinator (uncredited)
Robert Carr .... sound recordist (uncredited)
Diana Flores .... adr mixer (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Chris Bennett .... special effects foreman
Patrick Tantalo .... special effects moldmaker (as Patrick A. Tantalo)
Kathleen Tonkin .... special effects coordinator
Tim Tonkin .... special effects technician
Robert Vazquez .... special effects supervisor (as Bob Vazquez)
Joey Jarman .... special effects designer (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Steve Caldwell .... digital artist
Mark Dornfeld .... visual effects supervisor
Edward Helmers .... digital artist
Shaina Holmes .... digital artist
L. Elizabeth Powers .... head digital artist (as Laurie Powers)
 
Stunts
John Copeman .... stunt coordinator
Bob Fisher .... stunts
Dale Frye .... stunts
John Gilbert .... stunts
Kay Kimler .... stunts
Dino Muccio .... stunts
Willie E. Teacher .... stunts (as Willie Teacher)
Dean Mumford .... stunt driver (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Alan Aldridge .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Stacy Barnhill .... grip (as Stacy L. Barnhill)
Kent Eanes .... still photographer
Eddie Evans .... rigging key grip
Scott Frye .... grip
Hans Gelpke .... electrician
Mark Gilmer .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Gerald D. Hatchell .... rigging best boy grip (as Gerald Hatchell)
Billy Hendricks .... rigging gaffer (as Billy Bob Hendricks)
Josh Hendricks .... rigging electrician
Adam Hinson .... rigging best boy electric
Tony Jenzano .... video playback operator (as Tony Jenzano III)
Michael A. Jones .... best boy electric (as Michael Jones)
Michael Kelem .... aerial director of photography (as Michael Kellem)
Lee Korbutt .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Matt Malloy .... electrician (as Matthew Malloy)
Neal Norton .... Steadicam operator
Neal Norton .... camera operator: "a" camera
James H. Pair III .... crane grip (as James Pair III)
Cristiano Palermi .... electrician
Brian Powell .... electrician (as Brian L. Powell)
C. Alan Rawlins .... key grip (as Alan Rawlins)
Riko Schatke .... best boy grip
C. Ashley Sudge .... dolly grip (as Ashley Sudge)
Tommy Ray Sullivan .... director of photography: second unit (as Tommy Sullivan)
Tommy Ray Sullivan .... gaffer
Randy Tharpe .... grip
Jack Vollers .... electrician
Daniel Waller .... rigging electrician
Malcolm Warner Jr. .... electrician
Bo Webb .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
James Young .... electrician (as James D. Young)
Ched Beckwith .... video technician (uncredited)
Simon Carey .... electrician (uncredited)
Tommy Ray Sullivan .... camera operator (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Sara Graves .... extras casting associate
Emily Young Keeley .... extras casting
Leanna Sheldon .... casting associate: Los Angeles
Mark Fincannon .... casting: North Carolina (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Julian J. Filiberti .... key costumer (as Julian Filiberti)
Heather Hord .... seamstress
Rhea Lowenthal .... key costumer
Katrina Migliore .... set costumer
Cindy Retchin .... costume assistant
Beverly Woods .... costume supervisor (as Beverley Woods)
 
Editorial Department
Charise E. Angone .... assistant editor
Robert Berman .... associate editor
David Orr .... color timer
Theresa Repola Mohammed .... negative cutter (as Theresa Mohammed)
James E. Wade .... post-production coordinator (as James Wade)
Greg Babor .... editorial production assistant (uncredited)
Bill Daly .... post-production executive (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Debra Baum .... executive music producer (as Debra A. Baum)
Lisa Bauman-Wasiak .... music clearance
Jason L. Crumpler .... music playback operator
Audrey DeRoche .... score supervisor
Jon Leshay .... music supervisor (as John Leshay)
Forest Maready .... music playback operator (as Forrest Maready)
Jeremy Raub .... music editor
Fronzi Thornton .... vocal contractor (as Fonzi Thornton)
Frank Wolf .... score mixer
Frank Wolf .... score recordist
Adam Shankman .... executive soundtrack producer (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
W.L. Barnhill .... driver: insert car
Randall Bowers .... driver
Joey Crumpton .... driver
Tina Del Castillo .... driver
Samuel J. Edwards .... driver
Robert Gillis .... transportation captain (as Robert A. Gillis II)
Alan Hilburn Jr. .... driver
Buckley Hubbard .... driver
James B. Long .... driver
Skip Long .... driver
John Alan Martin .... driver: insert car
Mary D. McNeill .... driver
Albert Mitchell .... driver (as Albert S. Mitchell Jr.)
Hector Pacheco .... driver
Pam Plummer .... driver
James W. Sidbury .... driver
Lee Siler .... transportation coordinator
Jesse Smith .... driver
Greg Stancil .... driver
Sonya Tomaro .... driver (as Sonya G. Tomaro)
Dan Winkowski .... driver
 
Other crew
Stephanie Adams .... teacher
Stephanie Adams .... welfare worker
Zana Aiken .... production assistant
Jeff L. Anderson .... production assistant
Eyal Axelrod .... assistant: Hunt Lowry
Greg Babor .... production assistant
Robert Brooke .... set medic (as Robert A. Brooke)
Richard Brooks Burton .... aerial technician (as Richard Burton)
Clay Cline .... water safety
Anthony Dillion .... catering assistant
Thomas C. Dolan .... set medic
Mark Dornfeld .... title designer
Martin Eckhardt .... stand-in: Shane West
Drake Elliott .... key set medic
John W. Ervin .... production assistant (as John W. Earvin Jr.)
Maureen Poon Fear .... assistant: Denise Di Novi
John Fox .... assistant: Casey La Scala
Victor M. Giarrusso .... production assistant (as Victor Giarusso)
Kristin Gomez .... accounting assistant (as Kristy Gomez)
AnaMarie C. Gonzaga .... production accountant (as Anamarie Gonzaga)
Reva Grantham .... craft service
Lisa Greenspan .... production coordinator
Joanne Guthrie .... production assistant
Courtney Harris .... stand-in: Mandy Moore
Carey-Leah Havrilko .... assistant: Edward L. McDonnell
Jonathan Heller .... head chef
Kimberly Helms Stewart .... production assistant (as Kimberly Helms-Capps)
Derek Herr .... video symphony artist
Afnahn Khan .... production assistant
Aileen Kiernan .... assistant: Hunt Lowry
Elizabeth Long .... assistant craft service
Eric Moon .... catering assistant
Rachel A. Nida .... production secretary
Jennifer Payson .... assistant: Bill Johnson (as Jennifer Tamez)
Donald R. Poush II .... second assistant accountant
Eric Rei .... catering assistant
Cindy Retchin .... production assistant
Bill Richards .... helicopter pilot
Deborah Ricketts .... stock footage researcher
Craig Rogers .... assistant location manager (as Craig M. Rogers)
Corrie Safris .... assistant: Bill Johnson
Rob Sanderson .... assistant: Doug Hall
Cameron Shirley .... production assistant
Eric Simkin .... production assistant
Ray Simm .... publicist
J. Bradley Smith .... location manager
Aaron Speiser .... acting coach: Mandy Moore
Alex Starke .... location assistant (as Alexander Starke)
Patricia Story .... publicist (as Pat Story)
Melinda Taksen .... script supervisor
Birdie Talanca .... payroll accountant
Jason Tamez .... assistant production coordinator
Donald Toth .... operator: Titan crane (as Donald J. Toth)
Jasmine Walter .... catering assistant
Jason Zorigian .... production assistant
Joan Zulfer .... first assistant accountant
Sally Ann Brooks .... adr voice (uncredited)
Afnahn Khan .... assistant to executive producer (uncredited)
Ty Sears .... photo double (uncredited)
Jason Tamez .... production coordinator: re-shoots (uncredited)
André B. Walker .... stand-in: Al Thompson (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Jimmy Everest .... in loving memory of
Daniel F. McComas .... special thanks
Danielle Sparks Lewis .... in loving memory of
 
Crew believed to be complete


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MPAA:
Rated PG for thematic elements, language and some sensual material
Runtime:
101 min
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Color (Technicolor)
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Certification:
Argentina:Atp | Australia:PG | Brazil:Livre | Finland:K-3 | France:U | Germany:6 | Hong Kong:I | Iceland:L | Malaysia:U | Netherlands:12 (original rating) | Netherlands:6 (re-rating) | Peru:PT | Philippines:G | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:PG | South Korea:12 | Spain:T | Sweden:11 (video rating) | Switzerland:10 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:10 (canton of Vaud) | Switzerland:12 (canton of the Grisons) | UK:PG | USA:PG
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
When Jamie gives Landon her mother's book she says "Don't worry, it's not a Bible". In the novel by Nicholas Sparks, Jamie does give him her mother's Bible which has her favorite passages underlined.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: The day that the flyer is made about Jamie, all of the characters are wearing exactly the same clothes as they were a few days before when Dean asked Landon if they were still cool. A few days later, when the fliers come out they all have the same clothes back on.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Dean:Is he here yet?
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Soundtrack:
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129 out of 157 people found the following review useful.
You will hate yourself for loving this movie, 18 May 2005
Author: Sephie from UK

I can not say that A Walk to Remember was a movie that I went out of my way to see, or even that I recall it being aired in any UK cinema. I happened to watch it on TV one Sunday morning expecting something somewhat usual and predictable.

I must admit I was more than pleasantly surprised, enough so to actually watch it more than once, and consequently feel compelled to write these comments. I find myself struggling not to watch it whenever I see it listed, such a charming movie is this! The plot seems to be initially a rather predictable foray into the traditional territory of bad boy meets good, but sadly plain girl. At some point in the movie, girl momentarily transforms from ugly duckling into swan. At this point I found myself feeling that comfort that we all feel in the knowledge that we know exactly what is going to happen in a movie. I was entirely convinced that the entire culmination of the thing is for girl to gain some peer group acceptance. The presence of a seemingly overly protective father hints at overtones that he may be some kind of parental tyrant figure from whom she may require some sort of heroic liberation.

However as Jaime reveals her secret then all becomes apparent, and a far more absorbing plot unfolds than is initially to be expected.

Performances are competent and heartfelt, Shane West gives an admirable portrayal of an angry young man on a path of reformation. Mandy Moore is strong and almost graceful in her role as Jaime and enhances the charm of this romantic interlude with several pretty vocal solos.

Daryl Hannah and Peter Coyote both fine actors add a lovely depth to the general proceedings and are certainly worth a mention for their respective roles as concerned parents.

It is impossible for me not to like this little film, because I am an insufferably romantic female and A walk to Remember has romance in a monumental dosage. There is little or no sexual content, rather emphasis is put upon the more admirable and sincere aspects of courtship little seen in the average teen movie.

Without going into territory that could be classed as spoiling, it is worth mentioning that some people may place A Walk to Remember into the tear- jerker category, and consign it to a dark dusty corner of their DVD collection which is only delved into in the most girly of moments.

For some, several scenes may be a little too saccharine- but if you don't like romance then this picture probably isn't for you anyway.

In my opinion, this category is a little too narrow to slide A Walk to Remember into. The true themes of this lovely story are in reality- faith, and redemption, which are universal aspects of humanity with which we can all identify in various amount.

The end result for me was that I felt uplifted at the end. Like eating a tub of ice cream or having a nice bubbly bath this is a movie to put on when you feel low or have had a bad day and it's sure to make you feel much better. You will fall in love for the first time all over again for a couple of hours.

You may well sit down to watch with preconceptions about what you are going to see. You men may sit down and watch it solely to win a few merit points from your girlfriend so she'll let you watch the football in peace later. As my title says though, this may be the one romantic movie you will hate yourself for loving.

You don't even have to admit to anybody that you watched it and liked it, but I encourage you to watch it all the same without prejudice.

A little charmer- comforting and sweet- sets out to do something very simple, and delivers well, I give 7/10

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