The Notebook

The Notebook is a very famous drama/romance movie set in the 1940s, and it is rated PG-13. Netflix just recently added this movie, and I watched it for the very first time. This movie is definitely a tearjerker. Noah knew it was love at first when he saw Allie, and he really wanted to go on a date with her.  He saw her at the carnival while she was on a date, and jumped on the ferris wheel to get her attention. He asked her on a date and she said no, so he hung from the bar of the ferris wheel. He said he was going to let go if she said no, so she said yes. They went on a date and instantly fell in love. Noah knew of the abandoned house that he always wanted to take down and rebuild one day for him and Allie. Allie told him all the things she would want the house. Allie’s family was very wealthy, and Noah’s family was quite poor. He worked at a coal mine, and earned 40 cents an hour. Allie’s family did not approve of Noah, and thought she could do much better and should have a wealthier boyfriend. Noah and Allie broke up right as summer was ending. They both were very distraught. Noah wrote 365 letters to Allie, but her mother took them all and hid them. Many years later Allie got engaged to a very wealthy man, and Noah rebuilt that abandoned house. Allie saw him in front of the house in the newspaper, and she knew she had to go see him. She went to visit him and they fell in love all over again. This movie is an amazing and timeless film. I rate this movie a 10/10! I highly recommend it to anyone into romance movies because it is now one of my favorites!

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