The Best of Me

THE BEST OF ME
The Best of Me
Review: Dawson and Amanda were high school sweethearts. They find themselves reunited after 20 years apart when they return and visit their small hometown. They return for the funeral of a beloved friend.
Director: Michael Hoffman
Actors: James Marsden, Luke Bracey and Michelle Monaghan
Year: 2014
Genre: Drama and Romance
Conclusion: 3/5
Based on a book by Nicholas Sparks. One of the weakest of the films / books but still good. If you have seen any of the other Nicholas Sparks films then you pretty much know what to expect. Enjoyable and undemanding.  

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