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I did not read the novel, nor am I a fan of Nicholas Sparks, but this is by far the best of his work. I actually felt intrigued by parts of the story, the plot was extremely simple and it worked well for this type of film.
David Lyons was a great casting as seen from his role as General Monroe in Revolution, he is very easy to dislike on film. Each character was very believable in their roles, although I did feel their were some blips in emotional scenes that dampened the realism.
I would definitely recommend this movie as I found it extremely enjoyable.
True Score: 6.7
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