A Walk to Remember Reviews

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April 5, 2012
Adopts a breezy anti-cynicism as a pose, and then spends the rest of the time failing in the most spectacular way to competently execute it.
December 21, 2010
Too-syrupy re-tread of Love Story.
January 20, 2010
It's an overwrought teen weepy, Terms of Endearment for the TRL crowd.
December 30, 2006
For anyone under 13, free from cynicism and with a need to believe that 17 year-old boys aren't just after one thing, maybe this film rocks.
Top Critic
January 26, 2006
An adolescent romance we've seen a million times before.
January 12, 2004
A monstrosity of a movie that I am all too eager to forget.
August 1, 2003
Those raised on idealized romances (the Ken and Barbie kind) where love conquers all will no doubt love this sappy tale.
March 10, 2003
[A] wretched teen dramedy.
February 8, 2003
A kind of low-rent version of Love Story with overt religious overtones...
January 22, 2003
'No one was expecting Remains of the Day but this film could have been more than just a Dawson's Creek stop gap.'
October 2, 2002
This horrific teen romance-cum-weepie is best watched from between your fingers, or from under your seat, or perhaps standing outside the cinema looking in the opposite direction.
September 17, 2002
Director Shankman ditches character development in favour of delivering an exploitative date movie and dubiously conservative moral lesson.
September 3, 2002
Mandy Moore only has herself to blame for choosing such a tooth-rottingly sentimental weepie as this.
August 29, 2002
Seeing as how it's based on a weepy Nicholas Sparks novel, it's not surprising that this teen romantic drama is an almost unbearably weepy film.
August 27, 2002
A sermonizing and lifeless paean to teenage dullards.
July 20, 2002
It's sad that Moore's first major cinematic outing scrapes the bottom of the melodramatic barrel.
June 21, 2002
Lopes along from predictable plot twist to predictable anti-climax.
March 24, 2002
Unfortunately the book cops out with one of the oldest melodramatic gimmicks around, and the filmmakers follow suit, ending with platitudes that aren't going to convert anyone.
Top Critic
March 13, 2002
So boring that even its target audience talked all the way through it.
March 6, 2002
A fifty car pileup of cliches.
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