Deliriously loquacious dialogue and a rare understanding of how to balance Italian caricature with a grounding sense of realism characterize this terrifically played comedy-drama.
A revelatory performance by 29-year-old rising star Felicity Jones ("Like Crazy") is the chief but hardly only virtue of this tastefully mounted and brilliantly acted Dickens tale.
The TV movie remains in relative decline, which makes a weekend in which two high-profile versions with big-name stars and overt messages playing directly opposite each other especially noteworthy…
"Like Crazy" star Felicity Jones once again beguiles as a foreign-exchange student whose presence complicates a superficially ideal New York household.
According to Charles Bukowski, drinking is a form of suicide where you're allowed to return to life and begin all over the next day.
Relationships are messy, especially long-distance ones -- that's what the characters in Drake Doremus' "Like Crazy" find out the hard way.
An exquisite, beautifully acted gem of a film.
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