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A young woman struggles to find love again after she arrives in a small North Carolina town. Her reluctance to join the tight-knit community raises questions about her past. Slowly, she begins... View more >
Starring Josh Duhamel, Julianne Hough, Cobie Smulders... View more >
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Feb 18, 2013
I'm not much a fan of the Nicholas Sparks novel turn-into movies. "Safe Haven" is no exception. One critic say it was the best movie since "The Notebook." And I didn't like "The Notebook." "Safe Haven" is better than "The Notebook," but no better than the other Sparks movies. They only reason why I stuck with the movioe is Julianna Hough. She's the best and thye only thing that I like about the movie. The plot goes, that Hough plays the woman who fled from Boston to North Carloine to escape a murder rap. As I can see, Hough's character is not the type of girl who would kill anybody, But never mind, shew falls for Josh Dehamel and romance bloom. There's nothing more to add to this movie, except it doesn;t do anything for this movie. Julianna Hough can do better than that. She gave a good performance in last Summer's "Rock of Ages." She can do it again. Only in a better movie.
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