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Dear John

(2010)

Rated PG-13 for some sensuality and violence.

PG-13 In Theaters 02/5/2010 , 109min.
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Viewer Score
68%
Viewer score based on 833 ratings
43%
Critic score based on 34 reviews

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August 16, 2011
ptippi77
One of the best movies since notebook, so romantic and comepelling , couldn't of picked any better twosome. . Channing Tatum is terrific in this movie , Just like the guy a girl would want to fall in love with, He's perfect for this movie , he is a natural. Gloria
April 08, 2011
teddylu1216
How can people not like this movie. The ending was perfect and you knew they got back together. I cried everytime I watched it. 12 times. I loved him and I liked her till I saw her in a filthy movie CHOLIE. Don't let me see him in one of those type movies please!
March 05, 2011
TMarie1188
psiluvya4eva I agree with you it was a great movie and the ending could have been a little better and also how i don't know how people couldn't love this movie. It was a great story line and Channing Tatum is a great actor, this was just another great movie of his added tot he list.
September 09, 2010
JKLIGUS
Can't wait to see Channing Tatem's next movie! Great actor, not fake at all!
September 09, 2010
JKLIGUS
I watched it today and it was awesome! Channing Tatem is one of the BEST actors, right up there with Pitt, Damon and Cruise! Hope we see lots more of him.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

San Francisco Chronicle
You promised only a slim plot, tidy morals and lovers with quaking loins. It was fun while it lasted. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
Dear John carefully distills selected elements of human experience and reduces them to a sweet and digestible syrup. It may not be strong medicine, but it delivers an effective, pleasing dose of pure sentiment and vicarious heartache. Full Review
Amy Biancolli
San Francisco Chronicle
You promised only a slim plot, tidy morals and lovers with quaking loins. It was fun while it lasted. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
There's no real depth or texture to the characters of any sort, sentimental or otherwise, and I say that as someone who can be brought to tears by a Hallmark commercial. Full Review
Brian Lowry
Variety
Ultimately, the story feels as if it's killing time before throwing the next hurdle at the couple. Full Review

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