13 Dramas Like The Last Song

At the age of 17, Veronica “Ronnie” Miller, played by Miley Cyrus, is just as defiant as she was the day that her parents separated and her father left for Georgia three years before. She was arrested for shoplifting in New York City, where she resides at the time. Ronnie Miller, who used to be a child prodigy at the classical piano under the instruction of her father Steve Miller (Greg Kinnear), no longer plays the instrument and has not talked with her father since he left. Since she was a child, she has attracted the attention of Juilliard School, but she has always indicated that she has no intention of enrolling there due to her animosity toward her father.

The young woman and her younger brother, Jonah, who is played by Bobby Coleman, are sent by Kim Miller, played by Kelly Preston, to spend the summer with Steve in Georgia so that they can get back in touch. Steve, a former professor at the Juilliard School and concert pianist, now lives a tranquil life in Wrightsville Beach, the tiny town in Georgia where he grew up. He is currently working on a stained-glass window for the local church to replace one that was destroyed in a fire at the church. The locals are under the impression that Steve was the one who (unintentionally) started the fire at the church one night.

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    2010

1. The Proposal


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2. Green Card


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3. An Officer and a Gentleman


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4. The Thing Called Love


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5. Love Comes Softly


Marty Claridge, played by Katherine Heigl, and her husband Aaron Claridge, played by Oliver Macready, had recently relocated to the West Coast, but Aaron is killed in a riding accident not long after the transfer. Marty is pregnant with the child of her late husband and needs a place to stay through the winter because she has nowhere else to go. She is so desperate that she agrees to the proposal made by Clark Davis, a widower (Dale Midkiff). Clark…

6. Feel the Beat


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7. Candy Jar


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8. Holidate


Sloane Benson is a young woman residing in Chicago who despises the holidays since her family always criticizes her for not having a significant other at this time of year. Sloane's mother, Elaine, is always trying to hook her up with a new man, to Sloane's annoyance. This comes after Sloane recently ended her relationship with her boyfriend. Sloane is currently the only person in the family who is not involved in a relationship, as her younger brother, York, recently…

9. Single All the Way


Peter, a social media strategist who lives in Los Angeles, is sick and tired of his entire family asking him about his relationship status whenever he travels to see them for the holidays. Peter is now single. When Tim's wife hires Peter's best friend and roommate Nick as a freelance handyman, Peter is delighted to bring his new lover Tim to New Hampshire to meet them. However, he learns that Tim is married when Tim's wife hires Nick to do…

10. Purple Hearts


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11. Dear John (2010)


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12. Leap Year


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13. To All the Boys I've Loved Before


Lara Jean Covey, a high school teen, has a regular existence until some unexpected letters are sent to all of her ex-boyfriends and girlfriends. Lara Jean's sister, Kitty, sends these love letters out in an attempt to offer her sister a more fascinating existence. These lads start approaching her about their letters, and everything changes in her life at school. Among them are Josh, her next-door neighbour and the lover of her older sister Margot, as well as Peter Kavinsky,…