Dear John User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.62

Current Rating: 3.62

based on 271 votes and 59 reviews

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  • 4 stars I was with the movie about 2/3 of it. Until the end, its where the ending wasn't really convincing for me at all, on which why the girl broke up with John. Overall, it is still a decent movie, enjoyable and the story would touch many hearts of soldiers who been through similar events before.
  • 5 stars I loved this movie. It was really a good fun movie.
  • 5 stars AMAZING!!!! :O)
  • 2 stars I decided to sit through this movie hoping that it would be as romantic as the notebook. It wasn’t. I found the movie quite boring. I found the story to be less than interesting and there wasn’t much happening in terms of their relationship. It was tragic and it portrayed a very insightful view of how difficult relationship can be between lovers and families when soldier’s go off to war. It portrayed great sacrifice for ones country and determination which I can appreciate. However I found the love story to be bland and under developed. I rate this movie 2 stars out of 5 and would recommend waiting for the rental if you are interested. E.D
  • 5 stars It was like seeing my personal life ... in a movie ... beautiful
  • 5 stars I love this movie. It is soooo moving. I can completely relate.
  • 5 stars It was absolutely amazing!
  • 4 stars Very romantic, wonderful scenery also
  • 5 stars This movie was so sad :( And John was so sexy :)But it was also really, good... kinda predictable. But good
  • 1 stars terrible. i went in there expecting to cry and i did only it wasn't because of their epic love story (which wasn't all that epic). This movie was soooo rentable!

Dear John

Genre:  Drama, Romance, War
Running Time:  109 min.
Release Date: February 5, 2010
DVD: May 25, 2010

Current rating: Rating: 3.62
based on 271 votes and 59 reviews
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Cast: Channing Tatum, Amanda Seyfried, Richard Jenkins, Scott Porter, Henry Thomas, Luke Benward

Inspiration: Nicholas Sparks