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Blu-ray Review: Safe Haven

There are plenty of people who will enjoy Safe Haven and the romantic getaway it has to offer, but the story is so predictable that you may find yourself screaming at your TV as though it was a horror film. »»

Just Seen It Movie Review: The Lucky One [Video]

While fighting in Iraq Logan discovers a photo of an unknown woman the inadvertently saves his life. When he returns home, he tracks her down, and decides win her heart. But a secret from his past threatens their love. Starring Zac Efron, Taylor Schi »»

Zac Efron Stars In The Lucky Ones Poster

After a quick snippet discussing the film, Zac Efron stars in the poster for The Lucky Ones. »»

Nicholas Sparks and Zac Efron Discuss The Lucky Ones

Nicholas Sparks and Zac Efron sat down with Yahoo! Movies to discuss Efron's latest, The Lucky Ones. »»

Warner Bros. Dates Gangster Squad And Argo, Moves Nicholas Sparks Film

Warner Bros. starting to position itself for Oscar consideration in 2012. »»

Fantastic Fest '10 - Red White & Blue Review

An intense slow build filled with unlikable characters remains endlessly fascinating. »»

The Last Song - Blu-ray Review

Even some hardcore objective Sparks' fans would have to admit that The Last Song is nowhere near his best. »»

Monday Morning Critic - 4.12.2010 - Sex Tapes and Miley Cyrus, the Green Street shuffle with Elijah Wood and the Nick Sparks Drinking game!

Monday Morning Critic - 4.12.2010 - Sex Tapes and Miley Cyrus, the Green Street shuffle with Elijah Wood and the Nick Sparks Drinking game! »»

The Last Song - Review

Miley Cyrus all grown up …. yawn »»

Nights in Rodanthe - Blu-ray Review

I suppose that since I'm not the demographic that Nicholas Sparks was aiming for when he wrote this or any of his books, the romance was lost on me. Nights In Rodanthe plays like a cheesy romance novel, and in some regard that's what it is. »»

Nights in Rodanthe - DVD Review

If you don't know the name Nicholas Sparks, then you probably aren't a female between the ages of 16 and 50. Those in that demographic know Sparks immediately as that guy who wrote The Notebook. Of course, he also wrote Message in a Bottle and A Walk to Remember before that book, and all three romance novels were soon adapted into films. It was only a matter of time before his next book, Nights in Rodanthe was made into a film as well. All four novels, and subsequent films, have the theme of the transcendent power of romantic love. But how well does Nights in Rodanthe stack up as a film to Sparks' previous work and the romance film genre in general? »»

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