Excerpt: As I find myself attempting to write this review, I am struggling with what to say, but perhaps I will start from the most simple angle; I love this movie. Everything about it screams quality, from the leading roles (played by Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried), to the script, and finally to the impeccable editing and filming in general. Having read (and adored) the original novel, my first impression was quite judgemental, however I soon lost myself in the film.
Summary: Dear John is a drama movie. But sadly, we couldn't see much sweet romantic thingy inside that makes us feel that Dear John is a flat movie. But Dear John can make us in tears with some moments when Dear John does really well....saying goodbyes.
Summary: Dear John is sweet and sometimes even moving, and it will please Nicolas Sparks fans and Romance fans. Yet, Channing Tatum has the looks but lacks in his acting chops and the film severely suffers from that. Still Amanda Seyfried and Richard Jenkins give noteworthy performances. This is the better of the Nicolas Sparks movies. I give this movie 49%.
Excerpt: The story is about a college student Savannah (Amanda Seyfried) who accidentally meets a handsome Special Forces John (Channing Tatum) one fine summer on the beach. They enjoy a memorable two weeks together and decide to pursue their long distance romance by writing each other letters. He promises to leave the Army after a year. Alas, 9/11 occurs and he is forced to extend his service indefinitely. As he stays overseas at war, her letters start coming less frequently.
Summary: Terribly boring, nonsense romance, terrible dialogs, terrible actors, terrible everything!!! everything in is this movies is boring and stupid and so wrong, if you want to see a good love story better see Casablanca or Before Sunrise, those are good love films
Summary: I waited so long for watching this movie, I have seen the trailer and I was almost dying desperately. A romance to shine the most romantic and dazzled eyes. But like all good love story, there are conditions and circumstances that ultimately discourage them. And And in an era where everything is backed by advanced technology, the couple rescues the late media of years ago: Letters.