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Dear John
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Dear John 2010

A soldier home on leave falls for a conservative college girl. Instead of returning home to her, he reenlists after the attacks on September 11th, 2001. Time and distance begin to take a toll on the young lovers.

Release Date:February 5th, 2010
Directed By:
No image existsLasse Hallstrom
Written By:
No image existsJamie Linden
Channing TatumChanning Tatum
Amanda SeyfriedAmanda Seyfried
Henry ThomasHenry Thomas
Richard JenkinsRichard Jenkins
No image existsScott Porter

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Dear John Movie Review by Lisa (7/20/2010)

There was a brief period during pregnancy that I could watch pieces of sh*t movies like this without the bile rising in my throat... those days are over, thank god.

Now I haven't read the book and quite frankly believe that Nicholas Sparks is either high on hormone replacement drugs or is really a bored middle-aged...

(complete Dear John review by Lisa)

Dear John Movie Review by Jarrod (2/6/2010)

For 'Dear John', Nicholas Sparks deploys all of his usual melodramatic devices, and they are the primary basis of his astonishing success as a novelist, despite the fact that he more or less recycles the same story in every book, like Danielle Steele and the other modern weavers of the romantic tale, with the possible...

(complete Dear John review by Jarrod)

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