The lives of a young couple intertwine with a much older man as he reflects back on a lost love while he’s trapped in an automobile crash.
- Luke Collins: Scott Eastwood
- Sophia Danko: Britt Robertson
- Kate Collins: Lolita Davidovich
- Marcia: Melissa Benoist
- Young Ira: Jack Huston
- Young Ruth: Oona Chaplin
- Ira Levinson: Alan Alda
- Adrienne Francis: Gloria Reuben
- Andrea McDonald: Amy Parrish
- Mrs. Pfeffer: Elea Oberon
- Ira’s Mother: Kate Forbes
- Luiz: Tiago Riani
- Larry Till: Danny Vinson
- Rodeo Girl / Dancer: Hayley Lovitt
- Nurse Wilson: Tracey Bonner
- Joe Parks: Jaret Sears
- David Stein: Hunter Burke
- Country Band Member: Evan Taylor Burns
- Country Band Member: Ben Jarvis Dumas
- Auctioneer: Barry J. Ratcliffe
- Howie Sanders: Peter Jurasik
- Luke’s Doctor: Michael Lowry
- Mr. Pfeffer: Mark Cabus
- Hospital visitor: Jimmy Ace Lewis
- Doctor: Leon lewis
- Casting: Mary Vernieu
- Original Music Composer: Mark Isham
- Producer: Wyck Godfrey
- Director of Photography: David Tattersall
- Makeup Department Head: Ken Diaz
- Producer: Marty Bowen
- Screenplay: Craig Bolotin
- Costume Design: Mary Claire Hannan
- Executive Producer: Michele Imperato
- Editor: Jason Ballantine
- Set Decoration: Chuck Potter
- Novel: Nicholas Sparks
- Executive Producer: Robert Teitel
- Director: George Tillman, Jr.
- Production Design: Mark Garner
- Co-Producer: H.H. Cooper
- Casting: Lindsay Graham
- Art Direction: Geoffrey S. Grimsman
- Script Supervisor: Jennifer Opresnick
- Associate Producer: James Paul
- Producer: Theresa Park
- Hairstylist: Colleen LaBaff
- Hairstylist: Coni Andress
- Associate Producer: Mitchell Smith
- Hairstylist: Christina Raye
- Makeup Artist: Lindsay Irish-Desarno
- Special Effects Coordinator: Ken Gorrell
- Stunts: Daniel Hargrave
- Second Second Assistant Director: Scott Hardwick
- Andres Gomez: This movie is just “This movie is just “prescindible”. Boring without end for a story we know how it will end, full of stereotypes, like the collecting Jew couple. Viewers are still trying to understand the hidden metaphor connecting the story of the old man (and why does he have letters at all?) and the young couple.
I don’t think the cast performs too bad, the script is just horrible.
- Reno: > Would you let your dream go for the sake of love of your life!
I watched it specially for Scott Eastwood. I did not like his performances in the previous films I had seen, so expected this one to change my perspective and I’m truly happy with it. If you are a romance novel and film fan, then you probably would have heard the name Nicholas Sparks. I haven’t read his books, but I surely love almost all the films based on his material. So expected this film to be another romance masterpiece, but it was not, not entirely.
Yep, it is not a great film, but still a beautiful and enjoyable film. The cast was good, especially I love anything with Britt Roberson. The film had dual layer narration, one being set during the 40s onwards and the other was the present time tale. Both of them were about the young romance and their fight to overcome various issues surrounded their relationship. Kind of original and that’s the best quality of this film.
I think the director did his best who’s known for some fine works. The film should have been a lot better, only if it was a bit emotionalised, which is very essential for a theme like this. I thought the final scene was cliche, but after waiting for a few more seconds, I relieved for changing its course in the final minute to conclude decently. The drawback was the length of the narration and the overall slow pace, other than that mostly you won’t end up disappointed with this. Recommended!