A Six-Year-Old Girl Reviews 'A Walk to Remember'

Released on Jan. 25, 2002, the Mandy Moore classic A Walk To Remember is celebrating its 15th anniversary today. Entertainment Tonight has the video interview with Moore and Shane West; Entertainment Weekly has the Q&A; and Moore herself has the Instagram post asking fans for their favorite scenes.

To add to the festivities, we've chosen to honor the film the best way we know how: by showing A Walk to Remember to a six-year-old girl and asking her to write down what she thinks. Here she is: Lena!

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Our request was simple -- we asked Lena to pause the movie when she felt any strong emotions, and to write them down in a small notepad when she did. We promise we did not guide her or feed her any ideas; all thoughts are her own.

Let's go scene by scene, presented with her comments -- and followed by her summary of A Walk to Remember that will melt your heart.

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