Rated PG · 108 minutes · 2010

I think I’ve got the basic plot of a Nicholas Sparks-penned movie down: Two young people from different social backgrounds fall in love; a secret, a family member or a combination of the two threatens the relationship; someone has to die from a body-ravaging disease to bring the two back together. You’ll get all of that, plus Miley Cyrus, in The Last Song, the first of Sparks’ books to be adapted by Sparks himself. Cyrus plays troubled-teen Ronnie, who, along with her younger brother, is forced to spend the summer with their father (Greg Kinnear). Ronnie immediately bails to go cause trouble at the beach; there, she meets Will (Liam Hemsworth), a strapping rich boy … and the rest is pretty much outlined above. While it’s no The Notebook, the movie is definitely better than Dear John; however, it’s getting awfully boring to repeatedly watch the same movie with different actors.
Official Site: touchstone.movies.go.com/thelastsong
Director: Julie Anne Robinson
Producer: Adam Shankman, Jennifer Gibgot and Tish Cyrus
Cast: Miley Cyrus, Greg Kinnear, Liam Hemsworth, Kelly Preston, Bobby Coleman, Hallock Beals, Nick Lashaway, Carly Chaikin, Nick Searcy and Kate Vernon


The Last Song


Subscribe to this thread:

Add a review

Roll over stars and click to rate.

What others are saying (3)

The Coast Halifax Glasses shatter at the sound of The Last Song Miley Cyrus is a bitter pill to swallow with her unpleasant musical prodigy character. by Hillary Titley 04/01/2010
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week Clash of the Titans, The Last Song, Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too? and more. 04/01/2010
Portland Mercury Fire Up the Manipulatron! Miley Cyrus tries to make you cry in The Last Song. by Dave Bow 04/01/2010

Now Showing

  1. Sat 18
  2. Sun 19
  3. Mon 20
  4. Tue 21
  5. Wed 22
  6. Thu 23
  7. Fri 24

    Find reviews & showtimes for all films in town.

© 2018 Tucson Weekly | 7225 Mona Lisa Rd. Ste. 125, Tucson AZ 85741 | (520) 797-4384 | Powered by Foundation