Hunters Choose Zootopia: The Choice

The newest Nicholas Sparks’ film “The Choice,” was released into theaters on Feb. 5 and did not fall short of expectations.

The story takes place in a small town in North Carolina, where Gabby Holland (Teresa Palmer), a doctor with a very strong, independent and feisty personality, moves in next door to Travis Shaw (Benjamin Walker), a veterinarian and ladies’ man who has never had to work to get a woman, and just wants to live freely without a being under a woman’s control.

The first time they meet, Gabby is very annoyed with Travis and she storms into his yard to try to argue with him. Travis jokes around with her and tries to be neighborly, but Gabby will not return the neighborly behavior. Travis starts to fall in love with her at first sight and continues to pursue her because she is so hard to get.

Gabby is also in a very serious relationship with another man, which does not help Travis’s case. Travis has been in an on-and-off relationship with another woman for a while, but he has never actually been serious about it.

Travis and Gabby finally become friends, and it does not take long for it to turn into something else, but as the movie goes on, the two have to make the decision if they should be together or not.

At the beginning of the movie, I was not too impressed with the story line, but by the end I had become attached to the characters and wanted the best for them.

It had a really good plot, the acting was very good, and it has a lot of emotional appeal. It was definitely a tear-jerker.

“The Choice” has a similar setting as the other Nicholas Sparks movies, and I saw lots of similarities to some of his other movies such as “The Notebook,” because of the strong, independent attitude in the female lead.

Overall, this is one of my favorite Nicholas Sparks’ movies, and I think this is a movie that everyone should see.