Like Crazy

Like Crazy

DVD - 2012
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Like Crazy beautifully illustrates how your first real love is as thrilling and blissful as it is devastating. When a British college student falls for her American classmate, they embark on a passionate and life-changing journey only to be separated when she violates the terms of her visa. Like Crazy explores how a couple faces the real challenges of being together and of being apart.
Audience: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Publisher: [S.l.] : Paramount, 2012
Branch Call Number: DVD DRAMA LIKE
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (90 min.) : sd., col ; 4 3/4 in
Additional Contributors: Yelchin, Anton
Jones, Felicity

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Way too much sexual content. The story was very boring and mot very romantic. Not recommended.

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mooooks
Sep 16, 2015

Like crazy awful. Just wanted to reach into the movie and shake them. Worst couple, just wanted them to break up once and for all. Really bad, overdone movie that takes itself way too seriously. Skip this!

ccooffeee Sep 29, 2014

If you liked 500 days of Summer or Once...those kind of romantic films..then you should definitely give this a go.

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tenet
Jul 26, 2014

Rated 2/10.

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booksmile
Dec 12, 2013

Oh why did I watch all the way to the end!? Heavy melodrama and most unsatisfying ending ever.

The moral of this story is: don't overstay your VISA!

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neonkc
Mar 29, 2013

the end is not good

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tj_is_cool
Feb 24, 2013

Super slow pace romantic movie.

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BertBailey
Feb 15, 2013

Nice little film, superbly well crafted. Unilke so much stuff on the screen, this leaves you with a bit of elbow room to determine just what's what, to guess at some howcomes in the plot. Still, responsibility isn't shirked about the end: it's clear enough what's likely to happen next in the love affair (again, you are expected to bring along your thinking cap). I liked the directorial touches esp at the start, which recur almost throughout, the way scenes close with quiet conclusiveness: the protagonist's carpentry's used to express overt affection near the start, there's none of the usual extravagance in the sex-around-the-room department, and nice touches, such as the way she affirms that she *is* ready to go out by insisting, of course, she's got her shoes on after all; etc. The only possible move that jars is how he in particular is tossed about by her and her family, and left stranded without the solution that had been assured (yet it's no big deal for anyone, oddly). Small niggle, though. Nice performances, esp by Felicity Jones. All told, a sweet, gently-paced story of young love, with a fresh, unflashy way of throwing a few life-like and intriguing complications into the mix. Drake Doremus is a director to watch.

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maggie16
Feb 14, 2013

You keep expecting something to happen to actually make this a story, but it doesn't.

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milulu
Jan 30, 2013

I loved the movie, it was very well done. And I do understand what happens at the end, I think it's obvious. Both actors did a great job as well.

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aaa5756 Nov 25, 2012

Definitely a Chick Flick!!!!!!

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