Bad Boys for Life
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Started of kind of slow. The story line was ok. Not one of my favorite romance movies
What a crap ending after a painfully awkward performance between the leads.
A widower sends messages by dumping them in this sea and a heartbroken writer falls in love with him. Yawn!
You know that movie where a famous doctor/cannibal/serial killer cuts open a victim's skull, cuts away some brain matter w/out killing the guy, fries it up in a hot skillet, and then feeds it again to the victim ("that's good," said the poor schmuck)? Well here at last is the cinematic equivalent to that experience.
Hated to have to find this message.
Heart wrenching and then the ending happens and you are like "really?!"
A very romantic movie that makes you want to cry.
OMG just as good as the book! And omg the ending made me cry so hard!!!!!! And the last letter that Garrett wrote killed me!!!!!
In terms of mawkish, typical, girly chick-flick, this gave a glimpse to a unreachable pure kind of love. The ending leaves the viewers feeling empty and uncomfortable. But throughout the film there are many great moments and somehow I enjoyed seeing that pure kind of love prevail in becoming the thing to long for.
Great romance has sexuality. Ages 12+