After a tragic plane crash, a local journalist discovers a note that she believes was written by one of the passengers. She seeks the note's intended receiver, but the journey is more revealing of her own past.
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When a plane crashes, Newspaper columnist Peyton MacGruder discovers a Note that was meant for the child of one of the passengers. "The Note" shows how dramatically life can change in a spilt second...the need to make a connection and reach out to someone you care about. If only we had a chance for those final goodbyes, to offer words of reconciliation, to say I love you or share regret. Who would you write to if you had only a few moments? What would you say? Written by
Admittedly, this movie is extremely sappy, or corny. It lays it on pretty thick. But that doesn't mean that some of that emotion doesn't stick to you.
The acting is good enough as is the production.
The story is a captivating mystery as the viewer longs to see what is the message that a dying man intended for his child. Peyton works her way one by one through the candidates and each one teaches her something about living. If you were really good, you might have seen the answer to the mystery, but I thought the clues were subtle. Unfortunately for me, I already knew the answer because I watched the sequel first.
As in the sequel, I didn't get invested in the relationship between Peyton and King, but the movie was really much more than that story.
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