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The Choice  (2016)  (English)
Genre: Romance
Language: English
Director: Ross Katz
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Release Date: February 05 2016 (India)
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Rating:  1.2/5
| External Critics: 1.2/5 | Users: 1/5
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The Choice Review RatingJordan Hoffman (The Guardian)

At around the 90-minute mark, The Choice makes a choice. It could, if it wanted to, just call it quits. At around the 90-minute mark, The Choice makes a choice. It could, if it wanted to, just call it quits.   Read Full Review

Jeannette Catsoulis (The New York Times)

"The Choice" is almost repellently synthetic. Travis's dog, Moby, however, should be given his own movie immediately."The Choice" is the 11th film to ooze from the syrupy scribbling's of Nicholas Sparks, who informs us in the publicity notes that he considers it to be "even more memorable and profound".   Read Full Review

Sankhayan Ghosh (The Hindu)

The Choice is the kind of film where if the partner is twenty minutes late for a dinner date, the other one gets so upset that she ends up being knocked down a car on her way back home. If you have a choice to make this weekend at the movies, stay away from this one.  Read Full Review

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The Choice Review RatingShalini Langer (The Indian Express)

Yes, even for a Nicholas Sparks film, The Choice keeps its ambition that low. We are still talking about the clothes because that's the sum total of the film, till the last 20 minutes or so, when something actually happens.  Read Full Review

Andrew Barker (Variety)

"The Choice," which mimics "The Notebook" in everything but meaningful conflict, believable characters, style and emotional honesty, is a very unsuccessful story.  Read Full Review

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