Things in The Notebook you only notice as an adult
The year was 2004 when a movie called The Notebook hit theaters. An adaptation of the romantic Nicholas Sparks novel of the same name, the film was inspired by the author's wife's grandparents — a fact that made it even harder not to swoon. In fact, it was downright impossible. Considered a sleeper hit, the love story of Noah and Allie has spawned a cult following arguably unlike any other. But, as with most matters of the heart, the passing of time brings new perspective to The Notebook.
Upon re-watching the classic romance, the following things jump out in a way they failed to before. Keeping it real, though? Some of 'em will just make you want to "come back" to the film a million times more.