A couple being exceedingly cute and a couple breaking up: clearly, two of mankind's most painful things to endure watching as an uninvolved third party that, um, should probably get going or something. But, hey, sometimes it works as a film, so that we can look at these couple interactions, identify with them, reflect on our own experiences, and wonder if that's really what it's like to have a girlfriend. Our latest entry to the young-love-goes-wonky genre is Like Crazy, a film that stars Anton Yelchin and Felicity Jones as a too-charming couple whose love gets stretched to its breaking point when Jones gets deported back to England and the two are unable to Going the Distance, just like Drew Barrymore and Justin Long. Here's your trailer:
So much gazing. You are going to be indie drama Medusa'd so hard.
Did you like Julie Delpy's 2007 romantic-dramedy 2 Days in Paris? Well, then just wait until you see where Julie Delpy is spending 48 hours this time! (It's New York.) Now she's ditched Adam Goldberg for Chris Rock, and sister and father have come to visit and show off their re... / Continue →
With a story involving a confused, death-obsessed, young protagonist who converses with a WWII-era Japanese ghost only he can see, and a romance with a beautiful but eccentric hospitalized girl, Restless has all the familiar trappings of a standard issue quirky debut from a dir... / Continue →
Oh boy, what A Cute One this is. Casting against type, An Invisible Sign sees Jessica Alba as a quirky/autistic, reclusive mathematics whiz (as represented by her having pigtails, because thick glasses just felt TOO real) forced out of her shell when she's given a job teaching ... / Continue →