First, always have to go for the New Age junk - It's in the stars, fate, destiny, blah, blah, blah. Atheistic and agnosticism. Garbage. Otherwise, I figured it would have the typical melodramatic ending. Why do writers think some dramatic-death ending is *good* entertainment? It is not. Out of boredom I watched, had to mute some of the dialogue since it was disgustedly filled with expletives using God's name, and skip forward through two sex scenes. Not to mention adultery (which seems applauded as long as it makes you "happy"). Not my idea of entertainment. Should have turned it off, but again, out of boredom I continued with curiosity of where the storyline was going. So, yea, they got me. Hook, line, and sinker. Heavy on the sinker part (*insert eye roll*). I should know better since Sparks' novels to film (I haven't read the actual books, so I'm sure they're the same) are typically laden with junk like that. Clean it up, people! Not necessary to make a good story.