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A rebellious girl is sent to a Southern beach town for the summer to stay with her father. Through their mutual love of music, the estranged duo learn to reconnect. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Miley Cyrus ... Ronnie Miller

Greg Kinnear ... Steve Miller

Bobby Coleman ... Jonah Miller

Liam Hemsworth ... Will Blakelee
Hallock Beals ... Scott

Kelly Preston ... Kim
Nick Lashaway ... Marcus

Carly Chaikin ... Blaze

Kate Vernon ... Susan Blakelee

Nick Searcy ... Tom Blakelee

Adam Barnett ... Teddy
Michael Jamorski ... Lance

Melissa Ordway ... Ashley

Carrie Malabre ... Cassie

Lance E. Nichols ... Pastor Harris

Stephanie Leigh Schlund ... Megan Blakelee (as Stephanie Leigh)
Phil Parham ... Megan's Husband

Bonnie Johnson ... Neighbor

Rhoda Griffis ... Doctor

Anthony Paderewski ... Security Guard
April Moore ... Fireman at Church
Todd Smith ... Fireman at Church
Jeffrey M. Ignatoff ... Wedding Band

Royce Thomas Johnson ... Wedding Band (as Royce Johnson)
Lewis W. Kraus ... Wedding Band
Christopher D. Miller ... Wedding Band
Thomas D. Olson ... Wedding Band
Robert J. Pared ... Wedding Band
David B. Train ... Wedding Band
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Erin Rhea Berson ... Wedding Dancer (uncredited)

Kevin Buttimer ... Record Store Customer (uncredited)

Sean Buttimer ... Funeral Attendee (uncredited)
Brad Champion ... Waiter at Wedding (uncredited)
Monica D'Onofrio ... Volleyball / Carnival Guest (uncredited)

Jason Ferguson ... Megan's Husband (uncredited)
April Flojo ... Volleyball Spectator (uncredited)

David Fultz ... Festival Vendor (uncredited)
Mike Hahn ... Carnival Worker (uncredited)

Keith Allen Hayes ... Volley Ball Player (uncredited)

Morgan Hennum ... Girl on Beach (uncredited)
Jonathan Iler ... Extra (uncredited)

Chloe Kirby ... Volleyball Player (uncredited)
Israel Korn ... Volleyball Guy (uncredited)

Melissa LeEllen ... Festival Worker (uncredited)

Shawn McBride ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Madeline S. McEneney ... Steve's Nurse (uncredited)

Daniel Nicolaescu ... Funeral Attendee (uncredited)
Lexi Noel ... Beachgoer (uncredited)
Courtney Pennington ... Cancer Patient (uncredited)

Julianna Pitt ... Nurse Krysta (uncredited)
Kasey Ray-Stokes ... Beachgoer (uncredited)

Cody Rowlett ... Groomsman (uncredited)
Amber Smith ... Extra (uncredited)
Mark Ezra Stokes ... Construction Worker / Beachgoer / Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Catherine Thornton ... Carnival Attendee (uncredited)

Jeremy Tuttle ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

David Michael Warren ... Funeral Goer (uncredited)

Brandi Alyssa Young ... Tybee Resident (uncredited)

Directed by
Julie Anne Robinson 
Writing credits
Nicholas Sparks (screenplay) &
Jeff Van Wie (screenplay)

Nicholas Sparks (book)

Produced by
Tish Cyrus .... executive producer
Jennifer Gibgot .... producer
Laura Levy .... associate producer
Adam Shankman .... producer
Dara Weintraub .... co-producer
Original Music by
Aaron Zigman 
Cinematography by
John Lindley 
Film Editing by
Nancy Richardson 
Casting by
Amanda Mackey Johnson 
Cathy Sandrich 
Production Design by
Nelson Coates 
Art Direction by
Scott Meehan 
Set Decoration by
James Edward Ferrell Jr. 
Costume Design by
Louise Frogley 
Makeup Department
Deborah Ball .... hair stylist
John R. Bayless .... makeup department head
Susan Buffington .... hair stylist
Julie Callihan .... key makeup artist
Gigi Collins .... makeup artist (as Angela Rogers)
Julie Hewett .... makeup artist: Ms. Cyrus
Patricia McAlhany Glasser .... hair department head (as Patricia Glasser)
Theresa McCoy McDowell .... makeup artist (as Theresa McCoy)
Tena Parker .... hair stylist: Ms. Cyrus (as Tena Parker Baker)
Betty Lou Skinner .... key hair stylist
Dawn Turner .... hair stylist
Cecilia Verardi .... additional makeup artist
Production Management
Jayne Armstrong .... post-production supervisor
Christa Vausbinder .... production supervisor
Dara Weintraub .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Becky Chin .... additional second second assistant director
Hope Garrison .... second assistant director
Gavin Kleintop .... second second assistant director
Tommy Martin .... additional second assistant director (as Tom Martin)
Brian Niemczyk .... additional second assistant director
Eric Tignini .... first assistant director
Art Department
Nathan Alexander .... props production assistant
Brian Baker .... set designer
Kip Bartlett .... on-set dresser
Dustin Berry .... art department staff assistant
Anthony Cam .... set dresser
Richard M. Cole .... mill foreman
Danielle Couture .... art department coordinator
Joshua L. Ellsworth .... propmaker
Stephen Eno .... painter
Jonathan Fenin .... prop maker
Jonathan Gesinski .... storyboard artist
Jeremy A. Gibbs .... propmaker (as Jeremy Gibbs)
Laurel Hahlen .... scenic artist
Frank J. Hart .... propmaker
Lillian Heyward .... scenic artist
Chris Holcombe .... set dresser
Margie McLamb Holowaty .... set buyer
Kristine Kennedy .... painter
Michael Dean Kiesling .... props assistant
Walter Kiesling .... assistant property master
Lauren Mallard .... set decorator buyer
Chelsey Manwaring .... art department intern
Todd Bryan Noonan .... construction utility
Javed Noorullah .... set dresser
James F. Oñate .... scenic foreman
William Rampey .... propmaker
Thomas Michael Ryan .... foreman
John Sanders .... property master
Jeffrey Schlatter .... construction coordinator
Gregory Schmitz .... set painter
Barbara Seinfeld .... standby painter (as Barbara S. Shelton)
Seth Sieunarine .... set dresser
Bob Smith .... leadman
Paul Sonski .... set designer
Rachel Starnes .... art department intern
Nicole Strojny .... set painter
Scott B. Warner .... greens/set dresser
Scott D. Warner .... greensman
Jason Williamson .... props
William S. Lake .... propmaker (uncredited)
Christopher Danger Mendrala .... additional props (uncredited)
Sound Department
Randle Akerson .... supervising sound editor
Julie Altus .... adr recordist
James Ashwill .... foley mixer
Steve Bartkowicz .... sound re-recording engineer
Brian Calhoon .... adr recordist
Timothy Cargioli .... boom operator
Brian Dinkins .... sound recordist
Stephen Fitzmaurice .... adr mixer
Jonathan Gaynor .... sound mixer
Phil Hadaway .... adr recordist
Susan Kurtz .... dialogue editor
Kimberly R. McCord-Wilson .... dialogue & adr editor
Rob Nokes .... sound effects field recordist
Fred Paragano .... adr mixer
James Peterson .... boom operator
Eliza Pollack Zebert .... supervising adr editor
Eliza Pollack Zebert .... supervising dialogue editor
Terry Porter .... sound re-recording mixer
Robert L. Sephton .... supervising sound editor
Dean St. John .... adr mixer
Greg Zimmerman .... adr recordist
Dean A. Zupancic .... sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
David Hill .... special effects foreman
Jeffrey L. Loy .... special effects technician
William Purcell .... special effects coordinator
Aaron Strickland .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
Roopesh Gujar .... visual effects producer
Joe Henke .... visual effects supervisor: CIS Hollywood
Heather Elisa Hill .... visual effects project manager: CIS Hollywood
Ruth Irvine-Hauer .... visual effects production executive
Jesh Murthy .... visual effects: Anibrain
James P. Noon .... tracking
Prateep Siamwalla .... tracking
Thomas J. Smith .... visual effects plate supervisor
David Van Dyke .... visual effects producer
Charlie Winter .... visual effects
Xye .... tracking
Kwang Jib Kim .... visual effects producer: Digitrove.Inc (uncredited)
Dong Su Kwak .... lead modeler: Digitrove, Inc (uncredited)
Brett Magnuson .... CG artist: CIS Hollywood (uncredited)
Bongkee Sohn .... rigger (uncredited)
Dale Cannon .... stunts
Jessica Ford .... utility stunts
John Gilbert .... stunt double: Nick Lashaway
Michael Jamorski .... stunts
Cal Johnson .... stunt coordinator
Cal Johnson .... stunt double: Greg Kinnear
Amy Jordan .... stunt double
Ted Larkin .... stunts
David Paul Lord .... stunts: scuba diver
Camera and Electrical Department
Chris Allen .... grip
Logan R. Berkshire .... key grip
Matthew Brookman .... rigging gaffer
Dwight O. Campbell .... second assistant camera: "c" camera
Troy Carlton .... grip
Marc Casey .... camera production assistant
Ted Chu .... camera operator
Ted Chu .... director of photography: second unit
T. Ryan Dodson .... lighting technician
Sam Emerson .... still photographer
Scott Frye .... dolly grip: "a" camera
Frank Godwin .... additional camera operator
Thirl Haston .... camera car
Geoff Herbert .... rigging key grip
David Hirschmann .... assistant camera
Brian Johnston .... grip
Michael Jones .... best boy electric
Lawrence Karman .... camera operator: "a" camera
Lawrence Karman .... steadicam operator
Brian Knox .... grip
Charles Laughon .... video assist operator
David Leb .... camera department intern
Jonathan Little .... grip
Todd Luckey .... generator operator
Matt Malloy .... electrician
Jim Mayo .... technocrane operator
Jack McCollum .... generator operator
Marcus Mizelle .... additional grip
Ritchie Nannini .... grip
Cristiano Palermi .... electrician
Harrison Palmer .... best boy rigging grip
Phil Pastuhov .... aerial director of photography
Jerry Patton .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Filipp Penson .... camera department intern
Brian Powell .... dimmer board operator
Pete Romano .... underwater director of photography
Allison Shok .... film loader
Derek Smith .... additional first assistant camera
Dave Spencer .... dolly grip: "b" camera
Steve A. Stephenson .... rigging grip
Tommy Ray Sullivan .... gaffer
Greg Taylor .... electrician
Derek E. Tindall .... electrician
Jack Vollers .... electrician
Bradley Everett Wilson .... camera supporter
Paul E. Woods .... camera production assistant
James T. Jones .... rigging electic (uncredited)
Ritchie Nannini .... key grip: second unit (uncredited)
Casting Department
Jackie Burch .... local casting
Kate Caldwell .... casting associate
Terri Douglas .... adr voice casting
Jandiz Estrada .... casting associate
Ashley Harvin .... extras casting assistant (as Ashley Ivey)
Anne Hollenbeck .... extras casting assistant (as Anne Ferry)
Patrick Ingram .... extras casting director
Shaun Lynch .... extras casting assistant
Nathan Wright .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Julia Gombert .... costume textile artist
Erin Hamburg .... wardrobe assistant
Jess L. Johnson .... set costumer
Jo Kissack .... costumer
Ginger Knussmann .... set costumer
Wendy Moynihan .... set costumer: additional
Richard Schoen .... costume supervisor
Stevie Sterman .... costume assistant
Editorial Department
Judith Babcock .... technical supervisor dailies
Christine Gaiman .... post-production coordinator
Laura Geucherian .... digital intermediate supervisor
Alan Z. McCurdy .... first assistant editor
Jim Passon .... color timer
Faust Pierfederici .... digital preview colorist
Drew Smith .... post-production assistant
Brian Spirnak .... assistant editor
Thom Whitehead .... digital intermediate editor
Music Department
Sally Boldt .... music editor
Chuck Choi .... score technical consultant
Buck Damon .... music supervisor
George Doering .... musician
Phil Hadaway .... music editor
Steve Juliani .... music preparation
Joseph Magee .... production music mixer
Tracey and Vance Marino .... composer: stock music
Peter Rotter .... orchestra contractor
Dennis S. Sands .... music scoring mixer
Aaron Shang .... musician
Aaron Shang .... piano
Michael Stern .... music recording engineer
Greg Vines .... assistant music editor
Jesse Voccia .... composer: electronic music
Transportation Department
Van Anderson .... driver (as Van Lee Anderson)
Joseph F. Beeco .... driver
Robert Brubaker .... transportation captain (as Bob Bruebaker)
C.D. Cannady .... driver
Tracy L. Coker .... driver
Dennis Collis .... driver
Monte Emery .... picture vehicle mechanic
Bob Foster .... transportation coordinator
Kris Golashesky .... dot compliance
Ronald Hurd .... driver
Matt Neel .... driver
Cindi Randall .... driver: honeywagon
Randy Southerland .... transportation co-captain
Andy G. Strauss .... driver
Vince Thrift .... transportation
Hank Van Apeldoorn .... driver: grip truck
Susan Van Apeldoorn .... driver
Tim J. Walters .... wardrobe driver
John D. 'Dave' Williams .... driver
Other crew
Roberto Fuertes Astor .... production assistant
Jimmy Badstibner .... assistant: Adam Shankman
Margie Balter .... piano coach: Greg Kinnear
Ryan Bennett .... set staff assistant
John Bonaccorse .... location production assistant
John Bonacourse .... staff assistant
Clint Buckner .... production assistant
Michael Buster .... dialect coach
David Calabrese .... digital dailies
Michele Cusick .... set staff assistant
Nicholas Deroo .... location scout
Travis Devita .... animal trainer
Russell DeVriendt .... location scout
Bryant Duncan .... production assistant
Mark A. Echevarria .... lead animal trainer
Lee Futch .... production secretary
Kate Segovis Galligan .... assistant: producers, Georgia (as Katherine Segovis)
Ryan Gladden .... data wrangler
Daniel Gonzalez .... key second assistant accountant
Bass Hampton .... location manager
Chris Hersey .... stand-in
Eric Hollenbeck .... additional set production assistant
Susan Humphrey .... animal trainer
Whitney Ince .... epk team
Jessica D. Johnson .... additional medic
Michael B. Johnson .... production accountant
Lindsay Johnston .... location map maker
Tina Jones .... assistant: Miley Cyrus
Floyd Justice .... set medic
Nicholas Kerves .... stand-in
Sunja Knapp .... assistant: Adam Shankman
Tom Kuljurgis .... assistant: Jennifer Gibgot
Kimberly Lambert .... stand-in: Carly Chaikin
Meg Lansaw .... set production assistant
Helaine Lembeck .... adr loop group
Tania Levin .... payroll accountant
Matthew Mahany .... production assistant
Michael Manitta .... assistant: Julie Anne Robinson (as Mike Manitta)
Julia Margagliotta .... travel coordinator
Erin T. McLaughlin .... environmental steward
Robert McLean .... production assistant
Demi Meeker .... assistant: Greg Kinnear (as Demere Meeker)
Chris Menke .... assistant production coordinator
Matt Muschamp .... location production assistant (as Homecookin')
Shaun O'Rourke .... location production assistant
Thomas Parris .... assistant location manager
Andrew S. Patterson .... location assistant
Jimmy Pember .... assistant: Dara Weintraub
Christopher E. Pettus .... craft service (as Christopher Earl Pettus)
Thomas Roberts .... set medic
Valerie N. Robinson .... additional set staff assistant
Keith Romine .... production assistant
Martin R. Scarbrough .... medic
Trevor Schliefer .... production assistant
Tracy Scott .... script supervisor
Warren F. Scribner II .... medic on set
Gene Michael Smith .... set staff assistant
Kyle Smithers .... additional set production assistant
Joanna Spears .... first assistant accountant
Tarin Squillante .... set production assistant
Kevin R. Stephens .... key set medic/medical coordinator
Kara B. Still .... script supervisor: second unit
Rachael Tartell .... assistant location manager
Alexis Treadwell .... assistant: Julie Anne Robinson (as Alexis Treadwell-Murray)
Justin Trimm .... set staff assistant
Beau Turpin .... stand-in
Jessica Turri .... photo double: Ms. Cyrus
Jessica Turri .... stand-in: Ms. Cyrus
Stephanie Vickers .... photo double: Miley Cyrus
Ryan Watterson .... project manager: Savannah Film Office
Townson Wells .... additional production assistant
John Burton West .... production coordinator
Paige Wilbanks .... production assistant
Charles Williams .... stand-in
Tres Wittum .... stand-in: Hallock Beals
Daniel Woiwode .... production assistant
Mary Anna 'M.A.' Woodbury .... construction accountant
Andrew J. Young .... location scout
Sara Logan Hofstein .... production assistant (uncredited)
Christina Hwang .... title producer (uncredited)
Cassandra Martinez .... assistant post accountant (uncredited)
M.V. Oliphant .... stand-in: Mr. Nichols (uncredited)
Stanislav Shkilnyi .... production assistant (uncredited)
Mark G. Dodd .... the producers wish to thank
Ryan Watterson .... thanks: Savannah Film Commission

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Rated PG for thematic material, some violence, sensuality and mild language
USA:107 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Argentina:13 | Australia:PG | Brazil:10 | Canada:PG (Alberta/Ontario) | Canada:G (British Columbia/Manitoba/Quebec) | Germany:6 | Ireland:PG | Japan:G | Malaysia:PG-13 | Peru:PT | Philippines:G (MTRCB) | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:PG | South Korea:12 | Sweden:7 | UK:PG | USA:PG (certificate #45717)

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The song "She Will Be Loved" by Maroon 5 is played on the radio. Kelly Preston appeared in the song's music video.See more »
Revealing mistakes: Closeups of Ronnie's hands as she plays the piano for the first time clearly show a large wart or mole on the back of her right hand. But you can see that Miley Cyrus has no such blemish on her right hand.See more »
Jonah Miller:Dad says lunch is ready.
Veronica 'Ronnie' Miller:I can't eat right now.I gotta find something to wear to the wedding.
Jonah Miller:What happened to the money dad gave you.
Veronica 'Ronnie' Miller:If you tell him I kill you. Okay?
Jonah Miller:[rolls his eyes]
Veronica 'Ronnie' Miller:I was on my way to bye the dress. And I gave the money away.
Jonah Miller:What?
Veronica 'Ronnie' Miller:Shh! Don't worry about it.
Jonah Miller:Wow. You may be older. By I'm so much smarter than you.
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350 out of 486 people found the following review useful.
Miley's most honest display of human emotion since deleting her Twitter account., 30 March 2010
Author: Organic_6 from US, Pennsylvania

Most writers would sell out by repeatedly writing screenplays that are vastly different from one another. Take Christopher Nolan for example; going from a psychological thriller where the storyline is paced backwards to an Oscar-winning blockbuster in which a world renowned superhero faces off his arch nemesis. Talk about a lack of consistency. A true writer gracefully keeps revisiting the same story over and over and OVER again and a great example for that kind of writer is Nicholas Sparks.

If recycling is healthy for our environment, it has to be with movies too, right? Never before has this man forgotten to add a romantic scene at the beach of an Eastern Seaboard sunset where two lovers mutely stare at one another. And who else can gorgeously stir up a tear-inducing ending as much as he? Forget 500 Days of Summer trying to explore the complexities of falling in love with a Hall and Oates dance sequence and an Expectations vs. Reality analysis. Instead he always remembers to kill off a protagonist at the end. M. Night Shyamalan calls HIMSELF the master of unpredictable twists? Puh-lease! Mr. Sparks's death sequences are so surprising, that you could almost say they're completely unrelated to the genre that the previous two hours were aiming to be.

And when a movie like Precious thinks its portrayal of a teenage girl in emotional turmoil is accurate, it's alarmingly mistaken. There, the leading lady is impregnated by her own dad, sadistically beaten down by her mother, all while dealing with obesity and illiteracy on a daily basis. Ha! Like THAT happens in real life. It's really the Last Song's Ronnie who deserves our sympathy. I mean, she has to spend the entire summer in an intimidatingly adorable Georgia beach house, embrace the pressure of getting accepted into one of the country's most respected art schools and endure the creepy smile of her overly kind father. Now that's plausible drama – I only wish I had the guts to sullenly disregard MY dad whenever he greets me with genuine concern. This vision of teen angst fantastically brought to life by none other than Miley Cyrus.

Now there are those jealous haters out there, determined to bring her acting career down. But they don't understand the effort it takes from a performer to purse your lips and cross your arms for 90% of a film. Like me and my fellow Miley fans said – she's just playing herself. It's really those hacks like Johnny Depp and Meryl Streep who are destroying everything classic cinema stood for. Who do they think they are to disappear into the heart and soul of characters they don't relate to or resemble in reality? When I'm watching a character on screen, I want to see the actor playing them. That's what made the most recent, Valentine's Day, so brilliant was that I could watch Jessica Alba being Jessica Alba the whole time yet grow blissfully unaware to her character's traits, abilities...heck, I couldn't even remember her name.

And mad props go out to Greg Kinnear in the role of a lifetime as the "antagonistic" father. A previous family drama of his called Little Miss Sunshine featured too much family and like…drama. It acted like each member had their own ambition and obstacle to deal with at the same time. What a load! This movie knows better, rather by making every other character's problems bow down to Ronnie's. In the Last Song, he delivers this performance, deserving the praise that Mo'Nique received playing Mary Jones. Never mind the fact Ronnie frequently shoplifts and snubs Julliard just to make a point. It's really him who's to blame for everything. How dare you fall out of love and pursue a career that makes you happy, only to have the audacity to want to mend the wounds of your broken hearted family? I rooted throughout for Ronnie as she continuously tried to reconstruct the layers of guilt and avoidance upon his shoulders. That leads me to my one grievance of this movie; a rebellious teenage girl visiting her estranged dad and blames one of her separated parents for breaking the family apart. Really Nick? That's all just too unfamiliar of a premise for me. At best, the closest Ronnie ever came to resembling a character from one of your previous features was Diane Keaton's daughter from Nights in Rodanthe (pauses) Ohhh!

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