…and it was exactly as awkward as it sounds. More
Topic: The Notebook
Some of my favorite “coming of age” movies (i.e. movies that defined my formative years) have been out for 10, 15, even 20 years already. Â Which means my children are going to look at Aladdin andÂ The Lion King the same way I looked atÂ CinderellaÂ andÂ Mary Poppins. Â OH MY GOD. More
Ah, The Notebook. The chick flick to end all chick flicks. The movie that launched Ryan Goslingâ€™s career as a heartthrob. More
Let me be honest. The only reason Nicolas Winding Refn’s (EXTREMELY) violent film, Only God Forgives, was worth sitting through was simply due to the fact that Ryan Gosling’s beautiful, chiseled features were in most of the scenes. In fact, the same sea blue eyes we adored in The Notebook kept me from getting sick on the guy sitting next to me, because when I say this movie was bloody, I mean characters were literally getting swords through their eyeballs. More
Picture this:Â Ed Sheeran,Â Lance BassÂ and the script fromÂ The Notebook. No, I’m not describing a naughty Mad Libs game or a deleted scene fromÂ Fifty One Shades of Grey. I’m talking about the Miami Y100 video that’s destined to ruin lazy Saturday afternoonÂ NotebookÂ viewings fo the rest of eternity. More
Sure electricity’s great and planes are cool and computers are useful-ish. But when it comes down to our society’s greatest inventions in the past 500 years, The Gosline takes the cake. Heck, it might even take the whole bakery. More
So turns out Rachel McAdams and Michael Sheen were together? For three years? How did I miss that? Well in any case, they’ve broken up, meaning Rachel is single again, and someone needs to get Ryan Gosling on the phone. More
Whenever people criticize Nicholas Sparks movies for being glorifiedÂ LifetimeÂ movies, someone brings upÂ The Notebook. Mostly because it’s a romantic movie with solid acting and an interesting-enough plot. Also people get all emotional about it because old people dancing. But after seeingÂ Safe Haven withÂ Julianne HoughÂ andÂ Josh Duhamel,Â I’m 100%Â positiveÂ that Nicholas Sparks totally lucked out with the casting inÂ The Notebook. Because when you put actors as blah as Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel on screen, it becomesÂ embarrassinglyÂ clear just how empty his stories are on the big screen.
Polls say that he’s the most well-liked human being to ever exist. Even Jesus Christ’s calling his PR guy, wondering how this happened. Where did Ryan Gosling come from and why didn’t God ever tell us he had another son? More
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Some wry Internet dweller with a reasonable command of Photoshop made this: every Nicholas Sparks movie ever, contained in a single poster. Oh, man, will there be conflict? Passion? More
Here are ten big films re-imagined as Nicholas Sparksâ€™ adaptations. Let this show you why Nicholas Sparks is to film what sugar is to coffeeâ€”that has already been sweetened. (It helps if you play You Found Me by The Fray while reading these.) More