Tuesday, February 16, 2010

REVIEW: Dear John

Dear John

Channing Tatum,
Amanda Seyfried


February 5, 2010

Lasse Hallström
Screen Gems (Sony)

1 hour 48 minutes




Although sad, predictable, and a total chick-flick, Dear John is a movie that will entertain, but not the male kind of audience. Dear John tells the love story of two people, one a college student and the other a soldier working for the military. They develop a relationship through letters they write to eachother, hence the title. But will the relationship stay forever? Like I said before, this is a 100% chick flick with dashes of war put into it. It is also a very sad movie if you guys out there are taking your girlfriends. But I do want to point out that (SPOILER) John does not get killed in the movie, though it may seem that way at the beginning of the film. Guys who love chick flicks, Channing Tatum, or Amanda Seyfried may enjoy this film. But if you guys don't like chick-flicks, you certainly should avoid this surprise hit. About 80% of men wouldn't want to seeBut if you girls out there are arguing to see this or Valentine's Day, go see this film because it is worth every penny you paid. But if I were you girls, avoid both of the films and rent them when they come to DVD or Blu-Ray. But if you see it, you'll see why Dear John defeated Avatar at the #1 spot, which it held for seven straight weekends. But still, if you're looking for a date movie to see, go see Dear John and you'll see why it's better than an all star cast on Valentine's Day.


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