Nicholas Sparks Triple: Dear John/Safe Haven/The Best of Me DVD

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Collection of three films adapted from Nicholas Sparks novels featuring... Dear John Lasse Hallstrom directs this romantic drama based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks. While Special Forces Army Sergeant John Tyree (Channing Tatum) is home on leave, he meets beautiful college student Savannah Curtis (Amanda Seyfried) and the two fall in love. When the time comes for Savannah to return to college, she promises to write to John during his 12-month enlistment overseas. However, their budding love affair is put to the test when John decides to re-enlist in the wake of... the 9/11 attacks. Safe Haven Romantic drama following the fortunes of a guarded young woman who unexpectedly finds love in a North Carolina town. Katie Feldman (Julianne Hough) stands out on arrival in Southport. Beautiful but highly reserved, she makes it clear that she expects to have little involvement in the social life of the town and its inhabitants. However, an unforeseen chain of events brings Katie close to Alex (Josh Duhamel), a widower who runs a store while also attempting to bring up his young children. As she inexorably falls in love with Alex and the children Katie begins to let down her guard, but doing so threatens to raise the dark secret she has been protecting. Will she find a way to reconcile the trauma of her past with the possibility of a brighter future? Best of Me Dawson (James Marsden) and Amanda (Michelle Monaghan) couldn t lead more different lives in a small Southern town and yet soon they are falling head over heels in love. However, they are soon separated by their families. Twenty years later they are reunited and soon both are forced into circumstances that test their love to its limit. [show more]

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Released
02 November 2015
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play Lasse Hallstrom directs this romantic drama based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks While Special Forces Army Sergeant John Tyree (Channing Tatum) is home on leave he meets beautiful college student Savannah Curtis (Amanda Seyfried) and the two fall in love When the time comes for Savannah to return to college she promises to write to John during his 12-month enlistment overseas However their budding love affair is put to the test when John decides to re-enlist in the wake of the 911 attacks Safe HavenRomantic drama following the fortunes of a guarded young woman who unexpectedly finds love in a North Carolina town Katie Feldman (Julianne Hough) stands out on arrival in Southport Beautiful but highly reserved she makes it clear that she expects to have little involvement in the social life of the town and its inhabitants However an unforeseen chain of events brings Katie close to Alex (Josh Duhamel) a widower who runs a store while also attempting to bring up his young children As she inexorably falls in love with Alex and the children Katie begins to let down her guard but doing so threatens to raise the dark secret she has been protecting Will she find a way to reconcile the trauma of her past with the possibility of a brighter future?Best of MeDawson (James Marsden) and Amanda (Michelle Monaghan) couldn t lead more different lives in a small Southern town and yet soon they are falling head over heels in love However they are soon separated by their families Twenty years later they are reunited and soon both are forced into circumstances that test their love to its limit

Triple bill of romantic dramas based on the novels by Nicholas Sparks. In 'Dear John' (2010), while Special Forces Army Sergeant John Tyree (Channing Tatum) is home on leave, he meets beautiful college student Savannah Curtis (Amanda Seyfried) and the two fall in love. When the time comes for Savannah to return to college, she promises to write to John during his 12-month enlistment overseas. However, their budding love affair is put to the test when John decides to re-enlist in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. 'Safe Haven' (2013), follows the fortunes of a guarded young woman who unexpectedly finds love in a North Carolina town. Katie Feldman (Julianne Hough) stands out on arrival in Southport. Beautiful but highly reserved, she makes it clear that she expects to have little involvement in the social life of the town and its inhabitants. However, an unforeseen chain of events brings Katie close to Alex (Josh Duhamel), a widower who runs a store while also attempting to bring up his young children. As she inexorably falls in love with Alex and the children Katie begins to let down her guard, but doing so threatens to raise the dark secret she has been protecting. Will she find a way to reconcile the trauma of her past with the possibility of a brighter future? 'The Best of Me' (2014), charts the relationship between Dawson Cole (Luke Bracey/James Marsden) and Amanda Collier (Liana Liberato/Michelle Monaghan), two people from opposite sides of town, who fall deeply in love as teenagers. However, Amanda's parents don't approve of Dawson and their relationship is short-lived due to a number of unfortunate events outside of their control. 20 years later, the pair are reunited at a mutual friend's funeral and it doesn't take long for their romance to rekindle. But although it seems the universe is conspiring to bring them back together after all this time, it seems there are still other forces at work which are determined to keep them apart...