Do you like tear jerker movies? Do you like movies where you can curl up on the couch with a warm blanket and a box of tissues? Well if you do then you will love Nicholas Sparks’ movie The Notebook. This was an extraordinary film with many heartfelt moments from beginning to end. The Notebook was my favorite movie from 2004 because of its tender intimate, heartwarming, and heartbreaking moments.
The Notebook is a modern-day love story set in World War II. It is 1940 at a carnival in Seabrook Island, South Carolina. A local country boy named Noah Calhoun sees a seventeen year old heiress named Allie Hamilton. He is instantly attracted to her. She continuously refuses his persistence until their friends set them up on a blind date. Then they go on a walk and get to know each other. They spend the whole summer together. Allie’s family does not approve of Noah. So her mother demands her to stop seeing him. Noah tries to keep in touch with Allie through letters after they are forced to break up. All his letters go unanswered. They both move on with their lives. Noah joins the army and Allie becomes a nurse and cares for wounded soldiers. Allie soon becomes engaged and has to eventually choose between the two men that she loves.
The Notebook is a love story that many of us dream of living someday. This movie was full of tender intimate moments. As teenagers, Allie and Noah began their relationship which soon explodes into tender intimacy. Once a week they go to an abandoned house called The Windsor Plantation. Noah tells Allie that one day he hopes to buy the plantation. He promises her that if one day he is able to buy the house he will paint it white with blue shutters. He will also make a porch that goes all the way around the front and make her a room of her own so she can paint. When Allie returns home, her parents tell her she cannot see Noah any more. The immature couple is quickly separated by Allie’s upper-class parents who insist Noah isn’t...