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A Walk to Remember
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Directed By
Adam Shankman

Written By:
Karen Janszen

Mandy Moore, Shane West, Peter Coyote, Daryl Hannah, Lauren German, Clayne Crawford, David Lee Smith

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A Walk to Remember (2002)
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Movie Review by Lisa
April 30th, 2007

Sugar coated....thats a f*ckin' understatement

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 a preacher's daughter and a singer in the choir. Then enter Shane West as Landon who we are supposed to believe is the bad boy (are you f*ckin' kidding me he's about as bad ass as Lance Bass). So the bad boy tries to woo the church girl and the church girl tries to make a good boy out of the bad boy......and once they get all snuggly with each other Landon finds out she's got cancer (noooooo).....blah blah bla bla bla bl ah urgh.

In my movie she would have got the clap and converted to Islam and Landon would've been hit by a sewage truck...now that would've been interesting.

We so need to be able to give a zero star rating.......in conclusion I hate this movie even more than "cross roads".

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Apr 30, 2007 2:29 PM
Yeah, I hated this movie as well. Should come as no surprise that it's a Nicholas Sparks book.... remember that name from other crap like THE NOTEBOOK?
Apr 30, 2007 2:49 PM
Yep that goes on the list of movies not to watch with a hangover, unless you wanna be praying to the porceline god.
May 12, 2007 7:17 PM
I'm going to have to say that I think the book is 100 times better than the movie. It is one of the few Nicholas Sparks books that I actually like.

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