Crazy, Stupid, Love.


Genres: Comedy, Drama, Romance

Review: Crazy, Stupid, Love.

What our critics thought of Crazy, Stupid, Love.

Christy Lemire
For a movie that supposedly aims to reflect reality, too much here is feel-good and contrived.

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Ignatiy Vishnevetsky
Doesn’t seem to have a goal.

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What our critics are saying online

"Crazy, Stupid, Love" is a sweet romantic comedy about good-hearted people. Imagine that. No snark. No raunch. It has a lot of cynicism, but that's employed only to be corrected. Nobody here wishes anybody ill, and the movie comes out foursquare in favor of marriage. Yes, the characters commit adultery, but they learn to their relief they were mistaken. Much of the movie's appeal is generated by the actors. Steve Carell has been growing on me. Emma Stone is a sweetheart. Julianne Moore's character seems cold and distant, but that's a stage she's going through. A teenage couple are cutie-pies. Marisa Tomei enters the movie as a tornado of warm comic energy. All that woman has to do is smile, and I'm there. …Read Full Review
Roger Ebert - Chicago Sun-Times - 07/27/2011