Augusta's Review of Crazy, Stupid, Love.
Crazy, Stupid, Love.(2011)
Well, itâ(TM)s certainly not your average romantic comedy. Like other films of similar genre, though, it was still clichĂ (C)d. I wouldnâ(TM)t find this among the Hollywood cheese, but I wouldnâ(TM)t find it as a classic. It still had that small spark that let it down, which I appreciate because it wasnâ(TM)t major, and it didnâ(TM)t try too hard to be funny. In fact, this film was pretty relaxed and like people say, the unabashed humour just made it a feel-good as well as a romantic comedy. I loved the actors who played their characters, I like Steve Carell for his dry humour, Ryan Gosling was supposed to be the lady-killer who was actually quite funny, but I wasnâ(TM)t as attracted to him as much as the rest of the characters. As well as Emma Stone, I really enjoyed Kevin Baconâ(TM)s little role â" I mean, who can get more awesome than him, especially with just such an awesome name? I was right, this is a great ensemble of characters, it was extremely funny, and because of the shameless (quite) realistic portrayal of how love works, this wasnâ(TM)t your usual romantic comedy from Hollywood. It was crazy, unashamedly stupid, and it was certainly love.