I kept thinking that the actors needed more lines and less music to tell the story. He then discovers that it was her brother who had the picture only he doesn't remember him. Director: Actors: Genres: Country: Release Year: Duration: Synopsis: Storyline: Logan is a marine serving in Iraq. They all contain sappy cliches and a lack of substance. All in all I would recommend this movie to everyone. Marine Sergeant Logan Thibault who is desparately searching for a woman, Beth played by Taylor Schilling whose photo served as a good-luck charm to the Sergeant and ultimately saved his life during the war.
It is definitely a tear jerker in some spots so get your kleenex reeady! The story simply could have been so much more than it was. . He tries to find the owner but can't, assuming he was killed. She assumes he's there to apply for the job they advertised looking for someone to help at her family's business, a dog kennel. Sadly, most of this movie is revealed in the trailer, which seems to happen quite often these days. It has a couple scenes that are intense for young children, adult wise, and war scenes.
Always going to respect the confidentiality of your personal data will only be used for the purpose of managing the services offered, respond to requests raised by us, performing administrative tasks, as well as sending technical, commercial or advertising information by post or electronically. He tries to find the owner but can't, assuming he was killed. This movie runs the gamut of emotions. Ferguson does not want to make Logan's life easy. He discovers that the woman is Beth Green Taylor Schilling , who is the owner of the Green Kennels with her grandmother Ellie Blythe Danner. She assumes that he wants a job that she had advertised and Ellis gives the job to Logan. I spent more time looking at the pictures then I did getting involved in the storyline which really seemed like nothing I hadn't seen a million times before with small twists.
I chose The Lucky One to meet a requirement for an adult reading challenge at my local library. He says yes but at first she gets an uneasy feeling from him but her grandmother decides to give him a chance. All in all, it has good morals, shows respect, romance, action, a love of animals, shows how it is possible to move on after a death or divorce, keeping Faith, encouraging your children, and that romance, honor, loyalty, and helping others are still very much a part of our world today. We have watched this so many times I have lost count and each time we watch it, I see something different that I hadn't noticed before which is awesome. He survives and credits the photo for saving him. He survives and credits the photo for saving him. I enjoyed it, especially because of the scenery, but really thought the story could have been done much better and I expect better from the author.
She has been perfect in any role I've ever seen her in, this one is no exception. Each character plays a pivotal part in determining their own personal destiny. Directly after he picks it up, there is an explosion right where he had been standing before he found the picture. He had a depth that I didn't expect as an actor even though he didn't have much to work with. Logan Zac Efron is a marine who serves three tours in Iraq. He learns her name is Beth. In my opinion, Blythe Danner and young Riley Thomas Stewart stole the movie.
His action saves his life from a mortar fire and he believes that the girl is his guard angel that protects him. He recognizes a tower in the picture and walks with his German shepherd, Zeus, from Colorado all the way to Louisiana. He then goes there and finds her. He tries to find the owner but can't, assuming he was killed. Zac Efron does a decent job playing the character of Logan, however, he just can't pull off the tough-guy look that is essential in this film. Through a series of circumstances the Sergeant finds himself in the employ of Beth's Grandmother played by Blythe Danner and through his employment the Sergeant comes face to face with the woman whose face graces the photo. Analyzing the photo, he finds in the background a landmark that tells him she is in Louisiana.
I also preferred the plot lines and character personalities in the book. I really enjoyed this movie, the story was good and the acting was natural and good. There seems to be a consistent trend in the movies based on Nicholas Sparks' romance novels. I'm not a big fan of mainstream fictional romance, and the book was as dreary and sugary as I expected, but the movie moved at a faster pace. When he goes back to the States, he finds it difficult to adjust and is still haunted by what happened. Marine Sergeant Logan Thibault, who returns from his third tour of duty in Iraq, with the one thing he credits with keeping him alive - a photograph he found of a woman he doesn't even know. The filming, the color quality and the locations were absolutely stunning.
Logan asks around, desperately trying to find whose picture it is, but nobody claims it. As a former Marine who miraculously was spared from almost certain death, he has sought escape, relief, and a specific goal in a cross country journey on foot and alone. He tries to find the owner but can't, assuming he was killed. Logan researches the landscape and finds that the place is Hamden, in Louisiana, and he walks with his dog Zeus to Hamden. I loved it and know that this is a movie I will enjoy watching over and over! In any case, this is a tear-jerking, cheesy movie that most teenage girls would enjoy. It's not terrible, yet nothing special.
He learns her name is Beth. When he returns to Colorado, he has difficulties to adjust to the civilian life with his sister's family and he decides to seek out the woman. It isn't long that he makes a connection with her son. Hollywood does love its stereotypes! He is admiring it when his unit is attacked. To exercise their rights of opposition, correction or deletion should write to the following email: peliculatorpeliculator gmail. Soon Logan befriends Beth's son Ben Riley Thomas Stewart and becomes close to the family.