To be honest, I thought I had seen enough Nicholas Sparks’s book adaptations but, since this one was fairly well received, I thought I might as well check it out. Well, the beginning was not promising, that’s for sure. Indeed, it was just so annoying, generic and tedious to watch, like most of Sparks’s stories. I didn’t help that bullriding is such a ridiculous sport. Still, I have to admit that Britt Robertson and Scott Eastwood were really cute and they had a nice chemistry together. But, eventually, what really saved this movie was the sweet love story involving Ira and Ruth. Indeed, it worked so well that they could have actually got rid off of the main tale and focus only on them. To make things worse, the mix of these two stories was rather cumbersome. Still, it was pretty neat when, towards the end, Luke finally wins against this massive bull and everyone is cheering for him but he finally understands that it really doesn’t matter if he reaches his goals and dreams if we can’t share this with the girl he loves. However, the end, when they both managed to get exactly what they wanted was rather cheesy and ridiculous. Anyway, to conclude, in spite of its flaws, I thought it was a decent watch and I guess it is worth a look, especially if you like the genre.