The Last Song

Synopsis: Ronnie's (Miley Cyrus) and her younger brother, Jonah's, parents are divorced. They live with their mother until this summer when they are sent to live with their father (Greg Kinnear) in a small town on the beach. Ronnie resents her father and has no intention of being friendly or even talking to him for the summer. But after meeting a handsome guy and beginning to fall in love, Ronnie starts rediscovering her love for music, something she shares with her father. Reconnecting with music revives a kinship with her father which proves to be the most important relationship she may ever experience.
Genre: Drama, Music, Romance
Director(s): Julie Anne Robinson
Production: Walt Disney Studios
  4 wins & 10 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.9
Metacritic:
33
Rotten Tomatoes:
20%
PG
Year:
2010
107 min
$42,441,000
Website
281 Views

Interior to command.

We've finished our sweep and we've got

one victim outside being treated by EMS.

Do you got anyone else

in there?

What a shame, huh? It was one

of the oldest buildings in Georgia.

Ronnie, promise me

you'll make an effort, OK?

- Does Dad know she was arrested?

- Jonah!

I didn't do it, OK?

Stay out of it.

Just in time.

Wow!

- Dad!

- Hi, Joe-boy. How are you, man?

I'm great. How are you?

Here we go!

- I missed you. Look how big you are.

- Me too.

You're like six-three now.

- You live on the beach?

- You bet.

That is awesome!

- Don't go in the water.

- Be careful if you go in the water.

- How are you?

- I'm good.

That's right, we have two children.

Hi, Ronnie. How are you, sweetheart?

Wow.

You have no idea.

- Hi. Can I help you?

- Strawberry shake.

Here you go.

That's you, Will!

I'm sorry.

- You OK?

- I would rather drink my milkshake...

- than wear it, but I'm fine.

- I'm sorry.

You look it.

Forget it.

Hey, look. I really am sorry.

- Didn't we just do this?

- I'm Will, by the way.

- Let me buy you another shirt.

- No, thanks. I'm good.

Come on. I'm practicing

Southern hospitality.

Is that what they call

hitting on strangers now?

You know what? I have no interest

in buying you a shirt.

- Is that so?

- I'm just over here...

so the other team can catch a breath.

- Pushy and conceited.

- Why don't you come watch.

I'll pass.

Thank you.

I'm glad you were able to fix it.

Yeah. Ronnie did a pretty good job

with that.

Now I know what a piano looks like when

somebody takes a baseball bat to it.

- You rehearsed that so many times.

- Is she still not playing?

Not since the day you left.

Brian even bought her an electric piano.

She won't go near it.

- An electric piano from Brian?

- Steve.

- How is she otherwise?

- Well, let's see.

Grades were in the toilet.

It's a miracle she graduated

from high school.

And she doesn't have one friend

without a pierced something.

- Thanks.

- Yeah.

She told you she got

into Juilliard, right?

No. Without playing?

They said they've been

watching her since she was five.

Not that it matters.

She says she's not going.

Well, she'll make the right decision.

I'm glad you're so sure.

- Kim...

- We hurt them, Steve.

Especially Ronnie.

- We can try and pretend...

- I'm not gonna do this. OK?

Things happen. Nobody's perfect.

And Ronnie...

Ronnie will be fine.

A unicorn. How mythical.

I'd stick with the stained one

if I were you. Those suck.

Pretty much.

OK. Come with me.

There are some cooler places.

Let's go!

Call, write, text, but communicate.

- OK!

- OK? I love you.

Got lipstick.

Tell your sister I love her.

- All right.

- Bye!

Bye!

- Ready?

- Come on!

Bye, Mom!

Thanks.

What is all this stuff?

Well, I am building a stained-glass

window for the church up the road.

I saw it. How did it happen?

Nobody's certain.

They think it was some sort of accident.

- This is so cool.

- Yeah?

Unfortunately,

I'm not really looking...

for an assistant right now, so...

Why not? No, Dad, I'd do it!

- Yeah?

- Yeah!

- You want it?

- I'd do it for free!

- OK. You're hired.

- Really?

- Yeah.

- That's so cool.

What kind of name is Blaze?

A nickname my boyfriend,

Marcus, gave me.

My real name's Galadriel.

It's from Lord of the Rings.

My mom's weird like that.

Hey, I'm lucky it wasn't Frodo.

How much?

- Twenty.

- Too much.

Oh, wait.

I'm sorry. Today, it's free.

- No, no. Stop.

- It's OK. I do it all the time.

No. I can't. I already got busted once.

A woman with a record.

- Please.

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Nicholas Sparks

Nicholas Charles Sparks (born December 31, 1965) is an American romance novelist and screenwriter. He has published nineteen novels and two non-fiction books. Several of his novels have become international bestsellers, and eleven of his romantic-drama novels have been adapted to film all with multimillion-dollar box office grosses.Sparks was born in Omaha, Nebraska and wrote his first novel, The Passing, in 1985, while a student at the University of Notre Dame. His first published work came in 1990, when he co-wrote with Billy Mills Wokini: A Lakota Journey to Happiness and Self-Understanding, which sold approximately 50,000 copies in its first year. In 1993, Sparks wrote his breakthrough novel The Notebook in his spare time while selling pharmaceuticals in Washington, D.C.. Two years later, his novel was discovered by literary agent Theresa Park who offered to represent him. The novel was published in October 1996 and made the New York Times best-seller list in its first week of release. more…

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