There’s one thing uniquely cinematic about romantic comedies — one thing that makes them a pure match for the films, and vice-versa. Despite the combined evaluations, The Notebook remains a should-watch film for romance movie followers. Based on the 1996 Nicholas Sparks novel, an elderly man reads his love story from the Forties to another resident in his nursing house, recalling the moments in vivid element thanks to his pocket book journal. It’s a typical romance trope involving the wealthy, beautiful girl falling for the poor worker boy towards all social class conventions and her mother and father’ wishes. While the film is, for the most part, pretty predictable, the ending introduces a twist that may convey on some critical waterworks.
From sweeping historic epics to feel-good rom-coms, revisiting a basic romance is a great way to spend a cozy night at house (and we’re all doing much more of … Read MoreRead More