The Last Song: Right Movie for Teenage GirlsAdded: Sunday, April 11th, 2010
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That’s the 6th Nicholas Sparks book adapted for the screen, but the first one he has turned into film himself. Actually, he admitted he had written the book specifically to be adapted into a Miley Cyrus movie, so here she comes! Welcome to see Miley growing up, right like her protagonist in “The Last Song” Ronnie Miller. That’s the first Miley’s big role since playing Hannah Montana, and she plays it well. She’s actually very close to her character, or at least seems to be. As she is a teenager herself, she does teenager-y things in the movie – acting as rebellious child and of course kissing a guy, but the most of the time is being in a huff for various reasons.
At the very beginning she is already in a huff. That we can see why – Ronnie is very angry at her dad (performed by Greg Kinnear) to make her spend the whole summer with him somewhere in a hideaway instead of New York with her mother. She’s not alone for that destiny – Jonah, her little brother (played by Bobby Coleman), comes with her thrilled, failing to understand how their dad betrayed them several years ago when he divorced and left. Their father composes music. It’s hard to understand whether it’s his job or just hobby, as the entire movie is only focused on Ronnie, and all the other characters are of secondary importance. Our protagonist used to be a musician too, but gave up on it after the parents’ divorce. She has also has been accepted at Juilliard, but is not going to study.
Now the story begins. One day while walking on the boardwalk, the girl runs into Will (here comes Liam Hemsworth), a handsome volleyball player, having all the qualities of the perfect guy. Of course, they can’t help falling in love with each other. Everything is just great for a while, but then Ronnie begins to get angry with Will often – for him dating other girls before her, for him coming from a wealthy family and so on.
The plot is quite unsteady, first focusing on the teenagers’ relationships, then switching to those of the girl and her father. The movie can be called bad, but mostly harmless. Teenage girls will like it, inspired to see their emotional and irrational prototype on the screen. That’s exactly what you could expect from Nicholas Sparks film starring Miley Cyrus – the characters behaving unmotivated, the plot meandering, and the tears filling the eyes methodically.
April 11th, 2010Posted by:
Sunday, April 11th, 2010
|is it watchable 4 boys also? lolz...|
|posted by (2010-04-11 12:32:04)|
|Good movie but also boring:-))|
|posted by (2010-04-11 19:49:44)|
|i cant stand how she sounds i want to smack her everytime i hear her talk|
|i loved it, but i love all Nicholas Sparks novels, have since a Walk To Remember...||
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