Movie Review: Lionsgate's The Choice




The Choice
Director: Ross Katz
Writers: Bryan Sipe (screenplay), Nicholas Sparks (Novel)
Starring: Benjamin Walker, Teresa Palmer, Maggie Grace, Alexandra Daddario
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sexual content and some thematic issues
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Hashtag: #TheChoice


Travis and Gabby first meet as neighbors in a small coastal town and wind up in a relationship that is tested by life's most defining events.




Travis and Gabby first meet because she is an agitated neighbor, upset with Travis' ways. But from that moment there was a spark that was lit between them. In a trial of tests and love it winds down to the simple fact that our life is made up of choices, and depending on what you do you might end up with the best thing that ever happened to you.

Seriously...can I get Molly McAdams and Nicholas Sparks to write my love story. Or can they do a mash-up? Because I would love that.

Now that I've gotten that off my chest let me tell you about the most recent tear-jerker that Nicholas Sparks has bestowed upon us.

That's right. You will most likely need your tissues. What did you expect from Nicholas Sparks? A love story that is completely sure to pull on your heart strings and keep you riveted. Benjamin Walker - oh boy. He brought a whole new meaning to Southern Charm. I'm almost positive if Travis were to have talked to me I would've succumbed to his plans. The fact that Gabby was able to hold off for so long was amazing and basically just showed why their relationship worked. Because they were able to test each other.

This film brought an amazing slew of scenery shots. Honestly it made you wish you owned a piece of land in the South that was right on a lake, or a bay, or a beach. Because basically I now need a gazebo in the sand...and a southern boy to go with it.

There's so much, yet so little to say. I would rather you go and watch this film and then come back so we can talk. I don't want to give anything away, but I do want you to know that this is such an amazing story. I took my friend who isn't familiar with Nicholas Sparks films. I think she was the first to cry...and I'm pretty positive she now is a fan of Nicholas Sparks.  




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