A Walk to Remember|Mandy Moore
A Walk to Remember
Mandy Moore and Shane West
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Landon Carter (Shane West) and his friends are the coolest kids in Beaufort, North Carolina. They wear the right clothes, drive the right cars, and get into just enough trouble to be rebellious. Jamie Sullivan (Mandy Moore) is the opposite--there doesn't seem to be anything cool about her. The preacher's daughter, plain Jamie wears big boxy dresses and the same sweater every day. She endures the scorn of Landon and his friends with a smile, always looking for the best in people. When a prank planned by Landon and his friend goes terribly wrong, the principal sentences him to tutoring on the weekends and working on the school play, activities in which Jamie is involved. As the two begin spending time together, Landon finds himself intrigued by this guileless girl who sees beauty in everything and exhibits unwavering faith in people and in the world. When circumstances beyond Landon and Jamie's control threaten their love, he stays by her side and does everything he can to make her dreams come true. Based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Nicholas Sparks, the film also stars Peter Coyote and Daryl Hannah.


Main Cast & Crew:
Adam Shankman - Director
Mandy Moore
Shane West
Peter Coyote
Al Thompson
Daryl Hannah
Lauren German
Clayne Crawford
Paz de la Heurta
Jonathan Parks Jordan
Matt Lutz


    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD (New Box Art)
  • Run Time: 102
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 085391163299
  • Genre: Drama
  • Rating: PG (MPAA) (thematic elements, language, and some sensual material)
  • Release Date: July 2002

"...A WALK TO REMEMBER is a sensitively told story of first love....West and Moore rise to the challenge their roles demand under the committed direction of Adam Shankman..." - 01/25/2002 Los Angeles Times, p.C17

"...Shane West makes an appealingly persuasive transition from embittered cynic to earnest romantic..." - 01/28/2002 Variety, p.28

"...A love story so sweet, sincere and positive that it sneaks past our ironic defenses....It tells a quietly touching story of a love based on values and respect..." - 03/17/2002 Chicago Sun-Times, p.5

"...[Moore] turns in a sensitive, charming and radiant performance..." - 10/01/2002 Total Film, p.131