“A Walk To Remember” the movie

“Maybe god has big plan for me than

I had for myself, a journey never end,

A Walk To Remember”

Saturday night, I stayed at home enjoy the end of July, just accompanied by a glass of Nescafe and my exam schedule. I thought  yesterday was a boring weekend so I spent the rest of night by watching movie by myself. My friend recommended “A Walk to Remember”, a romantic drama. This movie released in January 2002, long time passed enough, but I think its story never die. The main actor was Shane Vest as Landon Carter, and the actress was Mandy Moore as Jamie Sullivian. Its story about Love and loss throughout two very young lives. Wanna know the ending? Keep on reading

Each Spring in the little port town of Beaufort, North Carolina, when the wind smells of pine and salt and the sea, Landon Carter remembers his senior year at Beaufort High and Jamie Sullivan, the girl who changed his life. Jamie was the last person Landon was likely to fall for. Serious and conservative, she was as far from cool as she could possibly be, and didn’t care. The daughter of the town’s Baptist minister , Referend Sullivan who acted by Peter Coyote, Jamie was not afraid of letting people know that her faith was the most important part of her life, even if it cost her some friends.

London was a popular student with no defined plans for the future. He was an aimless, moody, reckless guy who breezed through school on looks, bravado and troubled undirected group of students gets busted. His parent was separated, he lived with his mom. London hate his dad badly. The story began when Landon Carter and Jamie Sullivan – two people who find themselves unexpectedly thrown together after a practical joke between Landon and his friends which leaves a boy in hospital, as punishment Landon must tutor a young student at a poor school and participate in the Drama Club’s Spring play  two activities the principal hopes will teach him some humility

Landon and his friends always make fun of Jamie as if it is a day to day task. When Landon decides he wants to take his

Best moment (I think)

activities seriously, he asks Jamie for help and begins to spend most of his time with her. But he starts to develop strong feelings for her, something he did not expect to do. The two start a relationship, much to the chagrin of Landon’s old popular friends and Jamie’s strict reverend father. But when a heart-breaking secret becomes known that puts their relationship to the test, it is then that Landon and Jamie realize the true meaning of love and fate.

Soon, Jamie said to Landon the truth that she got leukemia and had stopped the medical treatment since two years ago. Landon was shocked and keep on trying to support Jamie all the time. He turn to his dad whom worked as a doctor, he wanted his dad to help Jamie, but his dad couldn’t. It made Landon disappointed with his dad. After a few days Jamie leaved the hospital. He took care of Jamie everyday and finally they married as Jamie’s first expectation in the small church. Being together will test everything that they believe in. Most of all, it will test the power of love and faith to transform a life into something worth living. They spent the summer together, until Jamie  die because of her leukimia. That’s all about the story, I didn’t know what I had to say after  watched this movie. It’s awesome 🙂


4 thoughts on ““A Walk To Remember” the movie

  1. it’s very inspired movie.. i got something that can strengthen me to face my life… and also show me that every moment in our life is perfectly God planned…!! it’s awesome man…

  2. Nice review, though I’ve never watched it before. I admit, I kind of prejudiced about movies, and if my prejudice comes true, I can be very critical about it. I’ll probably give this one a try though 🙂 lol.
    If you’re looking for another movie that can truly teach you something, I reccomend American Beauty and Love Actually. If you’ve already watched it, it’d fun to read your reviews. If not, then give it a try!

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