“Now pay attention, because I’m about to tell you the secret of life.” These would be hard opening lines for any film to live up to, but when spoken at the beginning of “The Choice” — the latest, and quite possibly worst, tissue-thin weepie to issue forth from the Nicholas Sparks page-to-screen assembly line— the gulf between what’s promised and what’s delivered is wide enough to be spotted from space.
Kim revealed her robbery ordeal had help he realize she wanted a bigger family.'Being at home for so many months and just taking work out of the equation and being like a stay at home mom has been so refreshing and I would love nothing more than to expand my family and know that i have this world at home that is safe.'And if for some reason I left this earth sooner than I really wanted to then my kids would have a support system so that I would know it would be okay if i was not here.'Kim then asked North if she thought her mom and dad should have another baby.'No.
Yeah,' the youngster said before saying 'a girl.''I want a boy and girl that would make me so happy,' said 3-year-old North.
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In spite of his status as a critical punching bag, Sparks is usually a successful storyteller.
At least, successful stories have been told with his assistance.
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