Doesn't the title of the list explain it well enough? This is a list of hight quality "short" films. Easy…
I Want You. I Need You. I Love You. I Miss You.
A British college student falls for an American student, only to be separated from him when she's banned from the U.S. after overstaying her visa.
About 30 minutes into this, I broke. Completely. And pretty much stayed in that state for the rest of the film.
A quiet, intense, honest, bitter and utterly heartbreaking look at love. Possibly the best movie I've seen in a long, long time. There are so many great things about it, so much that I loved. So many clever uses, fantastic performances, fantastic scenes.... I can't praise this movie enough. It's fantastic that even in our times, there are people capable of telling stories about love that actually feel fresh.
I loved it.
Seriously! This guy could have moved his shitty one chair business to London and saved a ton of drama. What a dick!
Anchored by two stellar lead performances, "Like Crazy" makes for one of the most real, raw portrayals of a modern relationship I've seen in recent memory. It made me feel a lot... and made me really long for the Anton Yelchin performances we're never going to get...
When I read the synopsis of Like Crazy I imagined a different film, I thought that I was about to see another romantic teenage drama but afterall it is a very interesting portrait about long distance relationships and the consequences of it.
In Los Angeles, Jacob and his British college collegue Anna fall in love with each other. Anna was supposed to return to the UK after graduation but she violates her student visa to stay with Jacob during the summer and because of that she was banned to enter in the US. They are madly in love. How a love like this can survive? That's what we see in this beautiful and heartbreaking little indie film.
Time changes people…
Led triumphantly by beautiful direction from Drake Doremus and wonderful performances from Anton Yelchin (R.I.P.) and Felicity Jones, Like Crazy is a fresh, honest, and heart-wrenching portrait of love.
This was an appropriate film to watch in light of the terrible news that is the passing of Anton Yelchin. This film is simple, but really effective. It's short and has a great impact. Like Crazy is really great because of Felicity Jones and Anton Yelchin's fantastic performances and chemistry. They're both fantastic in this movie. This is a great film and I reccomend it.
this was a really sad movie
i'm a sucker for these sad, indie romances, even though i always need to pause and take moments because watching it can be hard (its always the happy moments that make me the saddest)
it is so easy to fall in love with felicity jones. if a girl like that smiled i'd me, i'd be a goner. she is near perfection (that smile!! jesus)
and dammit, i liked the close-ups and the shaky shots and the condensed timelapses
RIP Anton Yelchin. His death casts a sad shadow over this movie. An understated talent who always put the story first. The movie itself is small and fairly repetitive, but does some really creative things. The way it conveys the passage of time, for example. Little to no exposition either. What I really loved about it was just watching these two together, and I'm not usually one for straight forward romances. And how the movie subtley is the story of becoming an adult post college, and how even that brings with it no guarantees about the future.
I think that everyone who ever been in a long distance relationship can relate to this. And even if you haven't, please watch this movie and then come to tell me if you are not sad as I am that we will no longer see Yelchin and Doremus together again. I bet you will.
I loved it (like crazy).
I thought that this movie was very beautiful and real. Because Doremus likes his actors to improv, the scenes felt very organic and natural which made it seem much more personal to me. You will experience many different emotions during this because it depicts the relationship of two people like it is. The soundtrack was very powerful also in making the most out of the scenarios, and I would recommend this film to anyone looking for a good romance movie.
The realistic portrayal of affection--particularly affection that literally goes the distance--is enough to make you weep while pulling your hair out, as Like Crazy demonstrates the seemingly inescapable back-and-forth of being crazy for someone despite inevitable obstacles.
📢 📢 📢 I WOULD DIE FOR ALEX KINGSTON 📢 📢 📢
Nice movie, very great acting from the main actors.
Unfortunately at the 20 minute mark something fell in my eyes and I had to watch the rest of the movie with wet eyes. Thankfully after some half an hour after the end of the movie I was capable to remove what was bothering my sight and stop the tears.
Given that Like Crazy is a very intimate film, it's probably a bit strange that it makes for mid-revision watching on a rainy Sunday afternoon when you're home alone. It doesn't even seem like a film for a single guy to enjoy, but here we are - it's a movie with plenty of heart to it and with a considerable level of being able to relate to it if you've ever been in a long distance relationship too. There's still much about the challenges of relationships in there as it is but it makes for a very realistic and believable case study of how hard life can be being with someone either close or far away.
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Taking part in my first hunt! I'm looking forward to this and will do my best.
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