A Movie Reflection: The Best of Me

This movie brought me to tears. I haven’t had a ‘real’ relationship like this one but I can easily relate to it. I’m sure my friends would definitely laugh at me if they see me bawling over this movie. Well, they don’t know much about me. I admit I’m not very vocal about my love-life because there’s not much to talk about lol. There’s only one guy who knows me. 🙂

The guy in the movie lived his whole life loving her until the end. Yes, until the end. No pun intended. This indeed is the movie for hopeless romantics like me. 😀 Who wouldn’t want a guy like that?? I know guys like them are very rare nowadays. Yes, it’s freaking 2015 already, so maybe a guy like Dawson (James Marsden, main character) exists not in this lifetime but in another lifetime, in a parallel universe I may guess.

Anyway, I have to say I can associate myself with the guy for being true to his word — for being deeply and madly in love with Amanda (Michelle Monaghan, main character), sounds too good to be true though, because he truly knows his purpose — to love her no matter what. Some might not love their story because it’s not a happy ending. Ooops, sorry to spoil you my dear few readers! Okay to continue, we have to agree with Nicholas Sparks sometimes and accept the reality. I find the story very realistic unlike his other romantic novels with predictable endings. I can very much reflect about it that everything in life is uncertain. We don’t know what may happen in the future, how our lives would be like with children around. People change through time. I refrained from watching the full movie though because I felt a pang in my heart when I noticed there’s something with this movie that hurts me. Maybe because of the fact that I can only love ‘him’ but I have to accept that he’s not mine to keep. There’s no way he’s going to be mine. The same goes with Dawson in this movie. 😦

So, I wonder…how’s he doing now. I sincerely hope he’s fine and better. I can only wonder.

I guess I will forever be a loner. A few of my closest friends know about our story. I once mentioned here that everything in life is uncertain. Well, except for our story because it will forever be written somewhere vast and certain. Just look up there every night. There ‘you’ will see it’s written in the stars. 🙂

I’m glad I had a star-crossed relationship with ‘you’. I will forever be thankful to God I met you in the middle of it all. 🙂

I’ve loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night. ~ GaliLeo

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4 comments on “A Movie Reflection: The Best of Me

  1. I would have to agree with you. Several Sparks’ novel have that unusual (unhappy) endings. Though I haven’t watched that movie yet, I felt a pang in my heart as well. Just not sure whether for the movie or about the parallelism of the movie events with yours. In any case, as always I loved your entry. Warm hugs!!! :*

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