The tenth Nicholas Sparks movie adaptation is ‘The Longest Drive’. Another saccharin rich story of boy meets girl, (stuff) happening and boy risks losing girl. But, with a little luck; both boy and girl find a way to make it work. Sophia Danko (Britt Robertson) is a Wake Forest University senior who has aspirations of being an art dealer in New York. Dragged away from her books to buy her impossibly attractive sorority sisters to bull riding competition; Sophia expectantly meets Luke Collins (Scott Eastwood), a professional rider. Luke is a year removed from a career threatening injury at the hooves of (the scene stealing) Rango, an ill-tempered bull. Sophia and Luke start their summer fling on schedule, but happen across a wrecked car off the side of the road. Luke pulls the driver, Ira (Alan Alda) from the wreckage and Sophia saves his box of letters to his wife Ruth; the letters chronicle their 60 year marriage, which started in the mid 1940’s.