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A sweeping love story told by a man reading from his faded notebook to a woman in a nursing home. The Notebook follows the lives of two North Carolina teens from very different worlds. Though her upbringing takes places in an antebellum mansion and he grew up in the kind of house where musicians jam on the porch, that doesn't stop Noah and Allie from spending on incredible summer together before they are separated, first by her parents, and then by WW2.

Starring:
Rachel McAdams, James Garner
Rental Formats:
DVD, Blu-ray

Product Details

Discs
  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 2 hours 3 minutes
Starring Rachel McAdams, James Garner, Ryan Gosling
Director Nick Cassavetes
Genres Drama, Romance
Studio ENTERTAINMENT IN VIDEO
Rental release Limited availability
Main languages English
Subtitles English
Discs
  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 2 hours 3 minutes
Starring Rachel McAdams, James Garner, Ryan Gosling
Director Nick Cassavetes
Genres Drama, Romance
Studio ENTERTAINMENT IN VIDEO
Rental release Limited availability
Main languages English
Subtitles English

Customer Reviews

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Format: DVD
I bought this DVD not because I am a die hard romantic and love slushy sentimentality, but simply because it was selling cheap in a local supermarket. I usually love watching action films and thrillers, so as you can imagine romance is not big on my 'must see films' list. After a rubbish Saturday night TV I decided to pop 'The Notebook' on thinking it would be a pleasant way to pass a couple of hours before bed, not imagining that this film would affect me so deeply. I was hooked right from the start. The sets and the costumes are fabulous, and the main characters are played amazingly by Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling. There was so much chemistry between them and they played the process of falling in love perfectly. I suppose the film is a little predictable but I think in quite a subtle way. After all, if it were that predictable they could have re-met when she was working as a nurse but they meet again simply because she goes looking for him. I did think that the ending was quite a stretch of the imagination, but I can't think of any other way that it could have ended that would have satisfied the audience. Right then, now for the crying! I felt quite emotional thoughout the film, but the last 15 minutes or so really got to me. I sometimes get a lump in my throat or slight tears in my eyes when I watch something sad, but I was actually sobbing out loud during the last scenes of this film. I am so glad I was alone in the house during this film!!! To sum up, Rachel McAdams is amazing as Ali, and Ryan Gosling is not only incredibly gorgeous but he also makes you long for a man like him. Go buy this film now because it is absolutely amazing.
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A friend of mine recommended this movie a couple of weeks ago. The cover of the DVD said that it was a story similar to that one in Titanic. I was up for a good tearjecker so I rented it. And what a delightful surprise I got!
The first thing I can say is that the only similarity with Titanic is the fact that Allie and Noah are separated by class difference and therefore face her family's opposition to their love. Apart from that, we are before a very real story, with real characters without Titanic's predictability. It's not a Hollywood blockbuster and that is part of its charm. The plot really captures you and does not let you go until the very final scene, one of the most beautiful endings I remember in recent years.
All the actors are in superb form, especially Ryan Gosling (of whom I've been a fan since Murder by Numbers). They keep it real and make you bond with every single one of the characters at some particular stage. In the end, one really feels for Allie, who must decide between her two loves, both of them very likeable, unlike the duel between Leo di Caprio and Billy Zane in Cameron's movie. Titanic got the Oscar glory, The Notebook gets my praise.
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A friend lent me this DVD and I loved it so much that i ordered both the book and the DVD from amazon that very day.

This fantastic, touching love story has a twist that left me in tears more than once. The whole cast is so convincing and Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams compliment eachother as actors in the very best way. This is definitely in a different league to any other rom-com i have seen before.

A tender love between two young people, torn apart by people who just do not appreciate these feelings entwines into a deep and life-long love in which Allie and Noah embark upon.

You will not regret seeing this film, it is definite must. My new favourite film.
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my god this film is wonderful! i dont think ive cried so much in my entire life. its beautiful,passionate and very sad. the basic outline is about teenagers noah and allie who fall in love pre-world war two. Events break the two up, but fate can decide if they get back together? the whole story of noah and allie is read by james garner who reads the story to his aging lady friend, played by gena rowlands. the cast is wonderfull. the film is magnificent. you must watch the notebook...but make sure you have some hankies at the ready....wonderfull film i cant sing its praises' enough.
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Generally speaking, am averse to mawkish, Hollywoodized manipulation of our feelings. For example, I'm completely indifferent to Titanic. But The Notebook takes the classic boy-meets-girl-loses-girl-wins-girl-in-the-end premise and turns it into something extraordinary.

Ryan Gosling, as Noah, is a revelation in this film, and if you don't come away from watching it with a massive crush on the man, I'll be astonished. Rachel McAdams is perfectly cast as Allie, as she does have a very 1940s look about her, and the chemistry between the two is palapble - I imagine this is, in part, due to the fact that they argued like cats and dogs on the set, and subsequently got into a real life, long-term, reportedly fractious relationship.

Part of the power of the movie is its double strand. We are watching two individual love stories that just happen to intertwine at the end. The love story between the young Noah and Allie will take your breath away with the force of it, and the love story between the old Noah and Allie will make you cry your eyes out. I can appreciate that some people may find it predictable, but predictability in no way detracts from the story's beauty. This isn't a film that has a huge twist at the end - a device most movie-goers now demand. Why would it need one? It's a beautiful, powerful love story which details how that one true love will never die, regardless of what life brings to the 2 people involved.

Some of the cinematography is just incredible. One scene has Noah rowing Allie out to a duck-pond filled with what looks like a hundred thousand ducks. The sunlight is dappled and willow tree branches drift on the surface of the lake - it's peaceful and calming and beautiful...
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