The Notebook (2004) Synopsis
A man (James Garner) tells a story to a woman about two lovers (Ryan Gosling, Rachel McAdams).
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The Notebook Movie Review

By Asianfreak
88 out of 100 One of the most tearful, powerful, epic romance since "Titanic" and it will leave you depressed and cry of joy....

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By ciastek
i don't like that kind of movies....but i love this one...Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling created perfect romance...this is very true...not like other unbelievable love stories...perfect romance told...

This one is hot!

By SouthCalGal2002
I love this movie! It's definitely a LOVE story. It's great for couples. Bring your tissues, it has a couple of spots where it will make you cry! Very good movie. Highly recommend it....


By heresditty
The movie was really good, James Garner is always good, even in old age. Definitely a good love story. I will say that I did enjoy the book even more than the movie. The movie is a must go but the...

my favorite movie ever!

By moviejunkie93
this is my favorite movie because its just incredibly amazing. SEE IT...

It makes you believe...

By singerann
I'm asking myself where I was at that time when it was released so that I found this movie just now years later and I know the exact answer. I was supposed to face it right now to truly realize the...

Love this movie!!!!

By flickgirl19
The Notebook is one of the sweetest romance movies I have ever seen! It is so good. I love it! It gets me every time. This is one of the best movies ever made....

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By hildacorrea
“The Notebook” tells us a story about a young couple who is crazy in love. This romance lasts only through the summer due to the reason that Allie; one of the main characters has to move away when...

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Rated PG-13 | For Some Sexuality
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says More sexy stuff than you'd expect for a syrupy romance.
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