The Lucky One Movie Analysis

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The Notebook, directed by Nick Cassavetes, (2004) is a film that portrays young love and struggles. The Lucky One, directed by Scott Hicks, (2012) shows that fate and love does exist. These two movies are similar, and they both show how young relationships can always find a way. The TIME article written by Eben Harrell, “Are Romance Movies Bad For You?” (2008) talks about how romance movies can affect young people. This article connect the two movies together by showing how realistically they portray relationships and love. Young audiences can relate to, or inspire to relate to romance based movies. These movies also set an example for future films. The Notebook has a very good story line to it, and pulls the viewer in while watching the movie. These movies differ while portraying relationships and love in a realistic manner. Some romance movies are not always realistic, however, The Notebook (2004), is a very surreal…show more content…
There are a lot of good reviews on both movies, and they both demonstrate a good love story. Future films may try to create a plot similar to each movie, or there could be a sequel to each. These two movies also help set an example for future romance movies because they have a solid base line and can help create a more complex storyline/ plot. Although the article “Are Romance Movies Bad For You?” tells about the risk of watching romance movies, future film directors could take that article into consideration while making a movie, and avoid unrealism. Avoiding unrealism in Hollywood movies could help relationships, because they would be able to relate to them on a personal level. The future film directors could follow a similar “template,” but strengthen its ability to connect with the viewers, instead of questioning if romance movies are bad for
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