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The Lucky One
The Lucky One (2012)
2 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Typical Nicholas Sparks but not one of his better ones. Not even Zac Effron can save it.

Safe Haven
Safe Haven (2013)
2 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Typical Nicholas Sparks, but also different in its use of an actual antagonist. Disappointing though; the characters lack depth and the twist ending is unnecessary and unanticipated due to limited plot focus in its direction.

The Longest Ride
2 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This is a typical Nicholas Sparks storyline with two intertwined plots that parallels past and present events, which is done very well, creating an emotional ending on-par with "The Notebook". Sophia is on her way to Manhattan to pursue a career in art when she meets Luke, a bullrider looking to comeback from injury. On a date, they rescue the elderly Ira. During her visits to him in hospital, Sophia is charmed by Ira's stories of life with his wife Ruth. .Scott Eastwood (son of Clint) is a great leading male actor and Allan Alda gives a touching performance in reflection of his life and love.

Solaris (2002)
2 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A psychologist investigates mysterious events aboard a space station in this remake of a sci-fi classic. But even Steven Soderbergh, James Cameron and George Clooney cannot save it from audience disengagement. The narrative is disjointed and difficult to follow and without investment in the characters' stories there is little care factor to motivate continued viewing.

Life (2017)
2 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A team of scientists aboard the International Space Station discover a rapidly evolving life form, that caused extinction on Mars, and now threatens the crew and all life on Earth... it is far from a new concept and it has been done better before. Though there are some thrilling moments they are but punctuations to a script that largely drags along due to limited character development to engage the audience.