Like Crazy (2011)
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|Like crazy illustrates how your first real love is as thrilling and blissful as it is devastating. When a british college student (felicity jones) falls for her american classmate (anton yelchin) they embark on a passionate and life-changing journey only to be separated when she violates the terms of her visa.|
Editor's NoteDrake Doremus' romantic drama LIKE CRAZY stars Felicity Jones as Anna, a British girl who comes to America to attend college. In Los Angeles she falls madly in love with fellow student Jacob (Anton Yelchin), who returns her affection absolutely. However, when she overstays her visa, the government kicks her out of the United States, forcing the lovebirds to maintain a long-distance relationship and overcome a number of problems to keep their relationship alive.
Like Crazy - DVD Review
filmcritic.com DVD Reviews
Published on: 3/6/2012 5:01 AM
|Films that can't explain the ineffable desire two lead characters have for each other tend to have credibility issues. How can the audience suspend disbelief if they don't understand what is keeping the couple together through thick and thin? Often it can work anyway, especially with trickery of the moody lighting, soulful gazing, and well-orchestrated pop-song-love-montage kind. In a film like Drake Doremus's gauzy and drifting romance Like Crazy, the filmmakers don't do much to explain the root of the two lovers' attraction. Instead, it cuts almost immediately to the heartache of their separation. It's a credit to the winsomeness of the leads and the delicate affect of Doremus's direction that such a thin construction manages to work more often than not....read the full review|
Like Crazy - DVD Review
By: Chris Beaumont Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 3/19/2012 4:05 PM
|When it comes to cinematic romance, it seems we are relegated to either insipid studio created romcoms that offer little in terms of genuine emotion, or Nicholas Sparks sap-fests. It's rare that one comes along that actually feels genuine and has characters whose emotion rings true. An example of one that got it right is (500) Days of Summer (a favorite of mine); now we have Like Crazy, and it is a good candidate to join the ranks of successful movie romances....read the full review|