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Nicholas Sparks has a well-deserved reputation as the master of the romantic drama, thanks to films like "The Notebook" and new release "Safe Haven." Last year's movie "The Vow" has everything you would expect from a Nicholas Sparks film: hot actors (Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams), a wife in a coma, lingering amnesia and the joy of love rediscovered. Just one thing -- somehow, amazingly, Sparks didn't actually write it.
Yeah, we're surprised, too. So in honor of "The Vow," we hereby present our list of the Top Five Movies You'd Think Were Written by Nicholas Sparks. Get More »
By all accounts, "The Impossible" is one of the best movies of the year. Not just heartwarming but legitimately moving, it stars Ewan McGregor and Naomi Watts as a couple who, along with their three children, are flung into chaos and danger during the deadly 2004 tsunami. It's a story that is guaranteed to have you on the edge of your seat and leave a lump in your throat as you wonder if any of them can possibly survive.
Tom Green can claim all he wants that he invented planking back in 1994. We all know the truth.
Obviously, it was Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze who kicked off the trend back in 1987 in "Dirty Dancing." And they weren't the only ones.
We've spotted planking in a number of recent movies from "The Smurfs" to "Green Lantern." Oh, and Edward Cullen? Yeah, he's been known to plank in a certain meadow here and there.
Look, we get that some of these characters may not have known what they were doing, but an accidental plank is still a plank, right?
You can bet a film with a title like this is targeting a specific demo -- and "Letters to Juliet" is a chick's flick through and through.
Ladies, if you're seeking out a lushly shot, romantic fairytale, with a hot leading guy, relatable heroine and corny ending, queue this baby up. Guys? Console yourselves in knowing that every frame of this film features the gorgeous, pouty-lipped Amanda Seyfried.
The actress stars as Sophie, a New Yorker mag fact checker who takes off to Verona for a pre-honeymoon (what, doesn't everybody take one?) with her fiancé chef Victor (Gael Garcia Bernal). Get More »