REVIEW: 'The Choice' promotes muddled worldview

REVIEW: 'The Choice' promotes muddled worldview

Moviegoers looking for a romantic drama have only one new option in theaters this weekend: \"The Choice\" (PG-13), which is based on a book by Nicholas Sparks, the same author who brought us \"The Notebook\" and \"Dear John,\" and who has now seen 11 of his books turned into movies.

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According to a study released this month from the Parents Television Council (PTC), TV-PG programming declined nearly 20 percent during the first two weeks of November 2014 compared to the same two-week stretch in November 2011 on broadcast television.

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