... one gets the sense that director Nick Cassevetes and writer Jan Sardi would spray the audience with teargas if they could.
Either you don't understand a story about true love when you see it or you went to see this movie alone. Which is it?
Jun 8 - 10:58 AM
hahahaha couldn't agree more with you Uri
Aug 17 - 06:34 AM
Aug 17 - 06:35 AM
I agree with you popcorn. You only need teargas if you are completely heartless. Anyway.... commiserations Uri and kargo. Must be so sad to be all alone :(
Oct 29 - 05:35 PM
Attacking other ppl's comments and opinions is such a heartless thing to do too, Danbramp. But yea, I liked the movie alot (especially Ryan lol) and I can see how it might not be everyone's love movie though.
Feb 2 - 11:53 PM
Teen hormone surges that last a lifetime. Great for 15 yr. olds.
Feb 3 - 05:44 AM
Why do you ask such stupid questions?:
"Is Alzheimer's disease romantic?", "Is racism romantic?", "Is screaming romantic?"...
If you think that a movie that shows black people dancing is racist, maybe YOU are the one who's racist because I'm sure you wouldn't say anything if they were white. If you think the alzheimer's disease in the movie is meant to be romantic, I don't even know what's wrong with you. There are reasons why the characters scream in a few scenes, but you were probably not paying enough attention to know them.
A good critic should know when a film is trying to be romantic and when it's not. To give this film zero stars is just plain ignorant.
Jul 30 - 07:59 PM
Ivan Christiane Gaitan Fernandez
Actually I agree with this critic, this movie is so manipulative and has so many intentions of making the audience cry employing all existing clichés that I wouldn't have been surprised if the filmmaker suddenly appeared with teargas. I understand it's supposed to be a romantic flick, but actually if you watch it closely you will find the least romantic situation portrayed in the big screen.
Jun 5 - 07:28 PM