Ellen Lewis

Is someone getting the best, the best, the best, “The Best of Me”? Nah.

Is someone getting the best, the best, the best, “The Best of Me”? Nah.

Almost every year, like clockwork, someone releases melodramatic romance based on a Nicholas Sparks novel, usually involving photogenic white people who just stepped out of an Abercrombie & Fitch photo shoot coming back home to an overwhelmingly white part of the rural south, falling in love all over again, and a girl with tears streaming […]

 Kyle J. Steenblik

The Best of Me is a tedious romance trope

The Best of Me is a tedious romance trope

I am in no way shape or form the demographic for which this film is intended, so take what I say here with that weight.  The core audience for this film will love it, and some may even love it while seeing it for what it is.  The Best of Me is low romance fantasy.  […]