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The Last Song | Movie review

Title: The Last song
Actors: Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth, Greg Kinnear
Director: Julie Anne Robinson
Writers: Nicholas Sparks, Jeff van Wie
Genre: Drama Romance
My rating: 4.5/5

About The last song

Ronnie (Miley Cyrus) is a rebellious teen who lives in New York, but this summer she is staying at her father’s house at the beach. Her parents are divorced and she is angry at him because of it. When she walks on the beach, she meets Will (Liam Hemsworth). He immediately likes her a lot, but Ronnie is pushing him away. But when she is finally letting more people into her life, something terrible happens.

And there is still college/university thing. Ronnie is a talented pianoplayer and she got accepted to Juilliard, but she doesn’t want to go.

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Review

So this morning I read online that Miley Cyrus and Liams Hemsworth are apparently getting divorced. Too be honest, I was shocked. Because they were together for so long. They met on the set of this movie and fell in love. Okay, they took a break from the relationship few years ago, but they got back together again. And I was so happy for them when they got married in December.  But that was the reason why I decided to write a movie review about this one.

I think this is one of the most beautiful Nicholas Sparks movie and I really like the actors in this movie too. I think their acting was really good, especially Liam Hemsworth and Jonah (Bobby Coleman). 

Also I realized how all of the Nicholas Sparks movie are basically the same. Girl meets boy. They fall in love.Something terrible happens. They fight. A beautiful ending. The end. 

But somehow they don’t feel the same and that is probably because Nicholas is using completely different elements and people in every single movie. 

Don’t watch it if you want to watch a feel good movie. Watch it if you want a beautiful story with a few happy moments in it. 

Read more Nicholas Sparks movie reviews:

Safe Haven movie review

Or read my latest movie review:
Five feet apart movie review

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