Crazy, Stupid, Love details
|Formats:||12 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, Marisa Tomei, Marisa Tomei|
|Directors:||Glenn Ficarra, John Requa|
|Studio:||WARNER BROS. PICTURES|
|Collections:||Comedy Favourites, New Releases, Pay-per-view, TVOD Carousel|
Crazy, Stupid, Love
|Run time:||1 hour 47 minutes|
|Rental release:||28 Feb 2012|
By Tom Charity from LOVEFiLM
Steve Carell and Ryan Gosling strike up an unlikely friendship in this smart and well written romantic comedy.
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Ryan Gosling could become a big screen star, so I follow all his films.This one does not disappoint.By roncoach (370 reviews) from suffolk , 10 Jul 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]I didn't have much hopes really for this storyline as outlined in reviews.
But I watched it just to keep up-to-date with the burgeoning career of Ryan Gosling who I think could become a wonderful screen star-----and I have been watching movie stars come and go for over 50 years.
And, actually the film was good, and not just because of the talented Mr Gosling, but also because of its above-average presentation of all the cinematic departments.
Yes, I rate this film as 'Good' and that places it firmly as a 3. 5 star movie. Easy :))))))
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Disappointing but watchableBy LozPross (3 reviews) , 13 Aug 2013For a 'romcom', this wasn't overly romantic or funny; it was nice enough but nothing really stood out. The film should have ended about 20 minutes earlier too as it dragged at the end. Good for fans of The Gosling (he's pretty ripped in this) but Steve Carrell is not as funny as he is in The 40 Year Old Virgin. Emma Stone's character is largely pointless until the end although she's cute and likable. Julianne Moore is a welcome strength and Kevin Bacon plays a character who you think you should hate but you can't because he doesn't come across as an a**hole.
Mildly Entertaining LoveBy Strummer101 (22 reviews) , 17 Jul 2013This feels like a film caught between the truly subversive intent of writer directors Ficarra and Requa's script for 'Bad Santa' or their previous feature 'I Love You Philip Morris' and the usual dreck that Steve Carel churns out. It's not exactly good or bad; it will handily pass the time on an airplane better than the latest Harrison Ford film, and Ryan Gosling's knowing send up of his status as 'world's hottest man du jour' is the best thing about the film.
Great movie watch, if you want entertaining.By DavesOpinion (7 reviews) , 29 Jun 2013I really enjoyed this movie, great cast. Steve Carell back on form in his best film since 'the 40yr old Virgin', Emma Stone, sexy and clever. But the real star was Ryan Gosling, what a great performance and so effortless, a true modern day movie star. Great movie and one to watch again, I might just put it on again to-night (now part of my blu-ray collection), so must be good. 5 stars from me.
Would you have thought?!By a customer , 07 Jun 2013A Great easy watch.. If u want a bit of entertainment for the evening, it's certainly one full packed with hilarious scenes. When it first turned up at the door step. We thought... Did we really rent this? But when we started watching it, it was actually really funny and rather enjoyable.
Very funny and worth watchingBy FilmfanNi (12 reviews) from Belfast , 06 Jun 2013Very funny and worth watching. While there was a familiar storyline, the humour and excellent actors made for an enjoyable watch.