Summary: I remember reading the book about 4 years ago and really liked it so if I forgot something from it I apologize. I understand that certain things in the movie must change from the book but sadly it you make changes the change has to make sense. This didn't happen. 1. These two leads are terrible!
Summary: as much as romantic movies have the same cliche's, the actors did superb but haven't we heard of the same father doesn't get along with boyfriend story cliche #1 they stay together cliche number #2. the actors did superb more of a C performance.
Summary: The purpose of this film, I felt was to exploit Brooke Shields' beauty and youth. I was sifting through the trivia and goofs sections for this film when I came across a few things that pretty much summed up how I felt after watching this crappy adaptation of a decent novel: Brooke Shields' mother...
Summary: Wow. Just... wow. And not in a good way. Every cliché ever created crammed into an ENDLESS cheesefest that's also an extremely immoral movie. Case in point; The two leads have sex within three days of meeting each other and it's portrayed as the right thing for them to do.
Summary: The newer version of the '81 movie, which both of them were the adaptation of a book of the same name. This type of story is a kind of outdated, but this movie was updated according to the present time. So there's no doubt on convincing the teenagers and do like it.
Summary: Wasn't holding out much hope for this movie, however, I actually really enjoyed it. I am not usually the romantic film genre lover, but this one surprised me with a gripping storyline, lovable characters and a love you really can feel through the screen.
Summary: For the first fifty minutes of this film I wouldn't say it was good but at least it was watchable. I kind of bought the chemistry between the two leads and thought there was a bit of campy but fun romance.
Summary: horrible, couldn't get through it. insincere and fo dramatic. smelled like a movie made trying to follow rules to success. alex ugly haircut. the girl i'd like to see more of thought she was the same girl from blue crush.
Summary: While the movie may not make it’s audience feel as if the ticket was worth the price, this sloppy (in plot) remake was most enjoyable when the creative team behind the music supervision department demonstrated their talented ability to make the bored viewer feel what the acting couldn’t.
Summary: Love lost and love found are some of the most rewarding narratives we have ever seen on the big screen. In David Elliot’s (Alex Pettyfer) case, love lost, as his therapist tells him, is “like a book you read long ago”, and those words could not be more true for Endless Love.