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A Walk to Remember
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A Walk to Remember 2002

From Amazon: With refreshing intelligence, A Walk to Remember offers welcome relief from the recent onslaught of teen-movie crudeness. Adapted from the novel by Nicholas Sparks and transplanted from 1958 to the present day, this admirable teen romance recognizes that two 18-year-olds--Landon (Shane West) and Jamie (pop singer Mandy Moore)--can be smart, mature, and sensible about the very real love they share. He's a popular kid in the cool crowd. She's got a goody-goody reputation as the dowdy daughter of a local minister (Peter Coyote); her values and priorities aren't rooted in peer pressure, and Landon feels blessed by her self-assured...

Directed By:
Adam ShankmanAdam Shankman
Written By:
Karen JanszenKaren Janszen
Mandy MooreMandy Moore
No image existsShane West
Peter CoyotePeter Coyote
Daryl HannahDaryl Hannah
Lauren GermanLauren German
Clayne CrawfordClayne Crawford
David Lee SmithDavid Lee Smith

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A Walk to Remember Movie Review by Lisa (4/30/2007)

Why why why do these moronic little pop tarts feel compelled to make movies, is it not enough that they f*ck up the minds of millions of young girls with their syrupy sweet pop music (ew I almost puked a lil) will it never end.

Apparently not here we have cute lil Mandy Moore playing the part of the even cuter Jamie who's...

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