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The Choice is a movie starring Benjamin Walker, Teresa Palmer, and Alexandra Daddario. Travis and Gabby first meet as neighbors in a small coastal town and wind up in a relationship that is tested by life's most defining events.

Drama, Romance
Ross Katz
Benjamin Walker, Alexandra Daddario, Teresa Palmer, Maggie Grace

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Genres Drama, Romance
Director Ross Katz
Writer Nicholas Sparks, Bryan Sipe
Stars Benjamin Walker, Alexandra Daddario, Teresa Palmer, Maggie Grace
Country USA
Also Known As The Choice - Bis zum letzten Tag, Klausyk širdies, La scelta - The Choice, Uma Escolha Por Amor, Aşkın Seçimi, The Choice - Una scelta d'amore, La decisión (En nombre del amor), En nombre del amor, Izbor, A Escolha, きみがくれた物語, Un choix, Izvēle, Избор, Kimiga Kureta Monogatari, Válaszúton, Lua Chon Cua Trai Tim
Runtime 1 h 51 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In a small coastal town, the veterinarian Travis Shaw works with his father Shep and is very close to his beloved sister Steph. Travis is very successful with the women and dates Monica every now and then. When the resident Gabby Holland moves to the next door house, she initially believes he is a pretentious man. But when her boyfriend Ryan MacCarthy, who is fellow doctor in the same hospital where she works, needs to travel to another city, Gabby and Travis have a relationship and fall in love with each other. Out of the blue, Ryan returns and proposes to marry her. Now Gabby has to make a choice between her two loves.

Top reviews

Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 11:22

I have a lot of respect for film-making, as does my fiancee. I am an accountant and although I am not a great believer in films, I do like to watch a film that will hold my attention, and have a decent story-line. "The Choice" was a fine film. The movie was interesting. It kept my interest from the beginning. But the film also had a few flaws that I felt the director should have used to make it more enjoyable. I found a few aspects of the movie that I thought could have been improved. The first flaw is the ending. I found the ending to be too quick. There was a scene when Christine said that she wished she had had another child, but that the son would never be able to handle the responsibility of a parent. I thought that it was a bit abrupt and didn't seem like she had her answers yet. I found that it was not a very interesting or strong ending. Another flaw was the ending of the film. I felt that it was just plain unnecessary. Christine said that she wanted to give her life to her son and that she would take the boy to her mother if it was in her son's best interest. This is not something that I think should have been in the film. Christine's choice was just completely unrealistic. The son's "help" in giving his life to the father and then having the mother accept the son's decision was also a bit too convenient. It seemed to me like a very cheap way to get the audience to buy into the idea that the mother is giving her son her life. I don't think that the director did a good job with the ending. I think that the ending should have been more "heartwarming." The second flaw that I had with the movie was the way that the movie ended. I thought that the movie should have ended with Christine returning to the farm. I thought that she should have gone back home to her mother. I thought that the ending should have been a little more appropriate. I felt that the movie was slightly too predictable and that the ending of the film was a bit too slow. I think that it was a bit unrealistic that she would just stay there until she was sure that her son was a good father. I felt that the film could have been more interesting if the ending had been better. The third flaw that I had with the movie was the acting. The acting was very good. I thought that James Spader did a great job. He was not bad at all. He was very believable. I felt that he played his character well and he was a great addition to the movie. Jennifer Esposito also did a good job as the mother. I felt that she did a great job. She made the audience feel very sympathetic to her. I also thought that she played her character well. I felt that she was a little bit too cold and too needy, but that I felt
Friday, 05 Jun 2020 14:57

This is a beautiful film. It's the story of a young girl, Isobel, who is a virgin, and when her friend, Irene, invites her to join a dating site, she is immediately captivated by the way the girl looks. In the first scene of the film, she is walking in the woods, when she sees a strange creature, and immediately her heart leaps in her throat. When she meets the creature in the car, she is initially afraid, but her friend convinces her that the creature is a human and she can't go home until she does something special. Isobel decides that she will go to the place where the creature lives and, if she is not killed, she will stay there forever. Isobel and the creature have some interesting conversations about the purpose of life, and Isobel's ability to accept this new life. It's a sad and wonderful story. The film is shot in a beautiful way and the music is great. The actors do a great job with their roles. Isobel, the main character, is very beautiful and, like I said, she is a virgin. Isobel's love for the creature is very beautiful, and it is obvious that she is very sad when she decides to go with him. Also, Isobel's character is pretty believable. Her friend Irene is a young girl who is not really interested in this kind of thing, but when Isobel is convinced that she can accept this new life, she feels the same way. As the film progresses, Irene tells her that she is an animal lover, and that she would like to be like the creature. Isobel has to decide if she wants to accept this new life or not, and she can't decide. Isobel is a young girl, and she knows that she is a virgin, but she is also a girl who is sad when she decides to accept the new life, so she decides to go with Irene. They both are very brave and they make a great choice to go with the creature. This film is a must-see, and it's one of the best things I've seen in a while. I have to say that the people who voted this film down should stop doing that.
Friday, 08 May 2020 09:47

Perhaps I'm too cynical. But I think that maybe the love story of the film is overdone and not needed. I know that when you watch a movie based on a true story, you expect that something else will come out of it, and it certainly does. The love story was a bit too forced and boring. It's very convenient that Danny just gets the girl. It was the best way to introduce the characters and give them a bit of depth. I felt that there was a need to mix up the story a little more. I'm sorry, but I thought that the movie did a good job of showing all the characters and how they would react to different situations. And of course, all of the questions are answered in the end. That is, I thought that the film was very satisfying to watch. But I still feel that the movie is quite dated. It's a story that people can easily relate to. The movie is based on the life of a great musician and a musician himself, who both had a really difficult relationship with their families. It was not very well portrayed. They have a complicated relationship and their love for each other was still not perfect. It was hard to feel for either of them. I think that the movie should have been much more grounded in the actual events and events of their lives. The movie does a good job of telling the story of the story. But the love story could have been a little more believable. And the characters were very bland, and I really didn't like how they were all portrayed. In conclusion, I thought that the movie was well-made. The characters were well-drawn and the story was a bit more grounded in reality. I did think that it was a little bit too long, and I also thought that it was quite predictable. But I liked it. I'm not sure if I would recommend this movie to people, but I would definitely watch it again and give it another try. I'm not sure if I would recommend it to anyone.
Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 13:22

I don't think this movie is the best you will ever see. But, it is one of the few movies that I have watched that I actually thought was good, and thought "what the heck? That's really good." So, that's good. That is why I love this movie. It was good. But it's not going to win any awards or anything. The Plot: Carol is a lonely woman with a workaholic husband, a teenage daughter and an ex-boyfriend who never seems to be happy. Then, she gets a job as an intern at a magazine in Paris and meets an attractive young man who takes an interest in her. The two of them fall in love, and soon after, Carol starts her new job. The only problem is, she doesn't want to move back to the States, and the editor of the magazine is pressuring her to get a job back in New York, which will eventually bring her to the magazine and allow her to be one of the magazine's editorial staff. Meanwhile, Carol starts having terrible nightmares, which lead her to believing that the man she is in love with is her former boyfriend. Eventually, the man comes to her apartment and breaks down crying. Carol immediately comes to the realization that the man is her ex-boyfriend. The Plot is very similar to that of American Beauty. And the two of them end up in a relationship. The main difference is that this one is even more depressing. It's not a happy ending, but it's still a good movie. The acting was good, the direction was OK, and the writing was OK. I thought the movie was very realistic. This movie isn't as bad as I think it is, but it definitely has it's flaws. If you're in the mood for a movie with a good plot and good acting, then this movie is for you.
Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 06:52

Like many gay films, this one begins with some choice dialogue from the characters and ends up with some choice words and some choice choices. For example, when there are two men in the room, the first man asks, "Are you a man or a woman?" and the other responds, "I'm a man." Then, the second man says, "I'm a man." In the very next scene, the man who asked about his gender comes up and says, "You're not a man." Then the man who asked about his gender gets up and says, "I'm a man." And that's where the story ends. There are so many ways to play the film. I'll start with what I like best: the plot. It's almost entirely about sex, and it's about a gay man having sex with another man. While this is a very low-key plot, it's one of the best parts. It's pretty interesting that a lot of these films about gay men being straight don't make it to the screen, because it's often about gay men doing gay men things and having gay sex, and this is one of the best ways to show that. It's also a very entertaining plot, and the film keeps going. The acting is also very good. I've read reviews about this film that say, "What I don't get is that James Marsden can't act." Well, I would argue that this is the case. I'm not sure how Marsden managed to get this role, but I think he's very talented. His character is conflicted about what he wants and does. I'm not saying he can't act, but this is where his acting shines. When the film takes place in the forest, Marsden's performance is so strong. This film isn't your typical straight-man story, and that's good. The film is about a gay man who doesn't know what he's supposed to be doing. In that sense, the film is good. The film also works because of the characters. There are many likable characters. Especially the protagonist. The other characters are two guys who go through the movie, but I won't spoil them. The film is also good because it focuses on the themes of sex and relationships. It's a very interesting movie, and I recommend it to anyone who's into gay cinema.

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