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The following sentences are from the movie review ' The notebook' and ther are some parts I cannot understand the meaning exactly( THe red parts) Can you please explain them in other words?
1. Directed by Nick and graced with an attractive and talented cast, it has become the romance of the summer.
2. It is such a cliche-ridden, and emotionally manipulative misadventure in film-making.
3. The Notebook is two different flims in one and therein lie both its appeal and its chief problem. ( what is the underlying meaning of this sentence? I am very confused)
4. In a pastiche of every romantic movie ever made, she quicly falls the charms of raggedly handsome man who hails from the wrong side of the tracks.