“ I didn’t believe enough, I didn’t believe in love .. 8 years later i discovered that i should have Maybe if we had had more time i would have found something about you i didn’t like ..but i doubt it, they say that no loves is perfect but then they never met you. “
Somehow this movie makes me sad ..
I had no idea what a great movie this would be. Or how good Anton Yelchin actually (already) was, as an actor. This is the best romantic movie that I've seen in several years, with incredible dialogues. It is so rich, in so many ways, combining wisdom, life experience and humor. Nothing but love for this one.
There are so many good things about this movie. The writing is wonderful, leaving you with lines like "I promise to hold your heart more precious than my own" and "Your greatest story will be written for one person". I loved the stories on the benches in Central Park. The camera work was perfect, and if you have the eye for such things, notice the choices of camera angles, framings and panoramics chosen to tell the stories within the story. Anton Yelchin (he will be missed) was perfect for this part, his youth and innocence the perfect catalyst for the pathos of this romance. Berenice Marlohe brought beauty, poignancy and grace filled joy. The inevitable crisis of the relationship was crafted masterfully and the closing scene completely captivated me. A wonderful movie for people who love words, and art, and depth of emotion and thought. A horrible movie for people who want rapid pace action, quick easy transitions in the plot or glib humour. I give this film a 9 (superb) out of 10. [Romance]
paradoxically, it warms and breaks your heart at the same time. there is something magical about this movie. perhaps it is because it is about love—and what is love if not magic? superb!
Any opportunity to see Anton on screen is an opportunity worth taking, but this romantic drama didn't stir my passions. And as with any doomed relationship , it goes on way longer than it should.
This movie made me sad :(Everyone really should see it.
Reminds me of Woody Allen movies, might have had something to do with the Woody Allen cinematic trailer they showed beforehand.