“Endless Love” is predictable

Abigail Donahue ‘15
Feature editor

 

“Endless Love,” directed by Shana Feste, is full of drama and romance.
Throughout the movie, Jade (played by Gabriella Wilde) falls in love with David (who is played by Alex Pettyfer). This movie is just like several other love stories and has a typical ending.
Jade is the doctor’s daughter and her brother passed away. David, on the other hand, is the mechanic’s son and has liked Jade throughout high school. During the movie, there are several occurrences of suspense and drama. Jade’s father does not like David so there is tension between David and Jade’s father during the movie.
The acting in the movie is very good and all of the character show strong emotion. Pettyfer and Wilde have great chemistry as a couple.
Although this is a very good movie, it is just your typical drama. This romance film is just like “Dear John,” “The Last Song,” and “Safe Haven.” These movies are all similar because there is always some conflict, followed by a happy ending.
This movie was enjoyable, but it was just like all of the other dramatic, romantic movies. I would recommend this movie to people who are into a good romance or “chick flick.”
Although this movie was a typical romance, it was still very good. This movie deserves three out of five stars.