I had not intended to watch The Age of Adaline all the way through, yet after the first five minutes, I was hooked. The tale follows a woman who has stopped aging and must move and change her name every so often so that people do not begin to notice. Things change after she meets someone who changes her life. Twists and turns follow her as she runs into people she had met long ago. It gives a very nostalgic feeling, the cinematography is beautiful, and the acting is great. Despite the fact that you might be able to see the end coming, it was worth the ride.
"Blake Lively is captivating in the title role of this stirring romantic drama. In 1935, a near-death experience changes 29-year-old Adaline's life; from that day on, she never grows older. Through eight adventure-filled decades, Adaline guards her secret and her heart. But an affair with a charming philanthropist (Michiel Huisman) and a weekend with his parents (Harrison Ford and Kathy Baker) forces Adaline to confront her destiny in this unforgettable tale about the timeless power of love."