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A British college student falls for an American student, only to be separated from him when she's banned from the U.
Anna and Jacob fall instantly in love when they meet as students at an L. But Anna is British and when graduation approaches, Anna decides to stay and violate her student visa rather than returning to England.
After a visit home, she is then unable to return to the United States. While fighting customs and immigration battles, Anna and Jacob must decide if their relationship is worth the distance and the hardship.
They end up falling in love just before they both graduate. Instead of Anna's original plan of heading home to London for the summer following graduation which includes needing to attend her sister's wedding, Anna, not wanting to leave Jacob at all, at the last minute changes her mind and decides to stay with Jacob in Los Angeles for the summer, only returning home at the end of the summer for the wedding before returning back to Los Angeles to be with Jacob.
It is almost frightened of any long, pregnant pauses that are not moving the plot forward. When Anna and Jacob go on their first date, it continually jumps from location to location, skipping past any banal small talk or god forbid, awkward silence.
It aims to streamline and instead gives the pair no breathing room to develop any individual chemistry, any unique traits or mannerisms that make them more than just the simple archetypes they are.
And when she makes the critical decision to stay behind for the summer and spend it with him, we aren't even shown the positive outcomes of this, but merely a time-lapse of them in different positions and clothes laying in bed.
A neat trick, but it makes it very difficult to buy their pain when they are separated. It is such a shame because both Yelchin and Jones shown signs of potential to lift the material beyond its capabilities.
But the cuts continually deny them the chance to hold onto a moment longer than a few seconds, to act and let their characters express themselves.
When they jump into bed together after the first long absence, it should be such a passionate and heartfelt reunion, undercut by questions of loyalty and infidelity.
But what could have been achieved with one take is chopped up by no less than six cuts, so the impression is that the scene is trying to rush through the latter to get to the former, and ends up dulling the intensity of both.
Now compare that to the very next scene, where Anna's toaster is returned. By simply holding the take and panning away from the conversation and giggles to Jacob's crestfallen face, a much stronger feeling of doubt and insecurity is implied.
But the film struggles to fully develop a sense of time, and as a result this theme is handled clumsily.
Jacob questions Anna on her attraction to other people, and is also questioning the relationship as a whole. But a mere two scenes later, Samantha pops up almost out of nowhere, and begins a new relationship with him.
We are supposed to accept that enough time has passed that the emotional scars of their mutual breakup have healed and this faceless new girl is worthy of his and our time.
And then, like clockwork, that also is tossed aside. None of these developments stem from any natural or sequential reactions that real people experience.
When a happily married couple go from giggling arm in arm to walking ten steps apart from each other in the blink of an eye, all it reveals is that the script demanded it.
Spare a though for Simon and Samantha, who have their lives and emotions toyed with because of the leading pair's little game.
At the beginning, I could not answer what mysterious, inescapable force pulled these two together, and by the end I still could not.
Is it Paul Simon? It's glaringly obvious that most of the dialogue has been improvised. Felicity Jones looked like a sophomore in high school here.
I assume she is supposed to be a Junior College student at the beginning and then maybe a college grad. The boy looks like he might be on the Junior class wrestling team in high school.
Therefore it was hard for me to see them taking weekend trips to Catalina, staying in nice hotels, starting businesses, taking baths together.
Not that I'm opposed to puppy love, but if the characters are supposed to be in their 20s, then get actors who look a little older than these.
I felt like I was watching soft core kiddie porn. Ironically, the film opens with the girl reading her essay on social media that seems to be written by someone twice her age.
She's spewing all kinds of heavy intellectual language, while looking Perhaps because of the budget, or maybe just a sincere desire to be realistic, the film comes across like a documentary.
There are not many supporting characters, very little music, and only the simplest, getting-to-know-each-other dialog.
Maybe that is a good thing. Maybe all the "acting" in movies is affected and not showing us real life. In this case, real life is immensely boring and makes you feel like a voyeur.
You are watching people discuss mundane logistical matters and cuddling in different positions in bed. Keep in mind that also in this case, the people doing all this look like children.
The central conflict revolves around a visa violation. Millions upon millions of illegal aliens are overstaying their visas and no one tracks them or catches them.
But a sweet British girl comes to America during her summer break from school to visit her boyfriend, and she is sent home and denied access to America indefinitely.
I guess I buy it, but how ironic. Once the boy goes to visit the girl in London, I gave up. They were talking about marriage as a solution to their long distance relationship, but they looked so young that I couldn't take it seriously.
I assume that this is where the maturity comes into the film. They probably realize that life is more complex than just being in love.
What I did like about the film is that all the people involved were really nice folks. No cynicism, very little profanity, very mild sexual content, and only the best of intentions.
That was enormously refreshing. I guess it highlighted the troubles experienced by very young lovers. They peak so early, having an adult-style love affair before they even figure out who they are exactly, and where they want to be.
In that sense, falling madly in love at a more advanced age is beneficial. There's no great scenery, music, dialog, or conflict, so you may find this one boring.
I can't picture any guy liking it, but girls may live vicariously through the sweetness of the romance, or the bi-coastal vibe. Like Crazy isn't a perfect film, but it's a refreshingly personal one.
Though it has a questionable screenplay and some awkward editing, the genuine emotion in every scene is palpable.
Yelchin and Jones give the film their all: their romance is believable yet they bravely portray their flaws as well - perhaps so that we can relate to them better, so we can find ourselves in their mistakes and learn from their downfalls.
There are some issues - the editing can be choppy, some lines sound like they came from a 7th grader, and the film isn't nearly as long as it should be.
It's hard to be sad about their separation when they're only separated for 5 minutes at a time. In spite of the occasional clunkiness, however, the film works because of the commitment to the characters, the genuine romance, and the tearjerkingly beautiful moments of pure, human emotion.
This film has been on my 'to watch list' for awhile. It got good reviews so I had high hopes but unfortunately it fell short of my expectations.
Ultimately, I don't buy what the movie is trying to sell. The director would have the viewer believe that Anna and Jacob have a love so deep that it will survive the myriad of disappointments and dramas accrued in the months and years they spend apart.
I don't think so. If he was, he would have done anything to keep her there like get married in Vegas or at the very least, accompany her to England before her visa expired and stay with her until they could both return to the states.
He didn't even try to convince her that overstaying her visa was a bad idea that could jeopardize their future. Apart from a couple of trips Jacob made to England, he basically did nothing to keep the relationship afloat and she did everything.
When the immigration mess was finally sorted, Anna was not exactly overjoyed so I was surprised she went back to the states at all.
I just figured she would keep it to herself and get on with her life. In the end when she exits the shower with Jacob looking on, the viewer is allowed to draw their own conclusions about what might have happened.
I believe she got dressed and went back to the airport. Ultimately, this flick is kind of a dud.
The acting is adequate however. Just not good enough to convince me that either wanted the relationship to survive.
EUyeshima 6 November There is a level of genuine intimacy generated by the two actors, Felicity Jones and Anton Yelchin Chekhov in the "Star Trek" reboot , playing the young lovers in this low-key, low-budget indie romantic drama directed and co-written by Drake Doremus.
Apparently, he and co-scenarist Ben York Jones wrote a fifty-page outline for the movie and allowed the actors to flesh out the story by having them improvise most of their lines.
The net result is a level of naturalness achieved in their performances that comes across without contrivance, no small feat given how predictable most love-at-first-sight movies can be.
However, there is a nagging conventionality and a relative imbalance to the love story that makes the film fall short of its emotional objective with this viewer.
Yelchin and Jones play Jacob and Anna, senior-year college students in LA who fall in love shortly before the latter is to return to her native London.
Naturally, there is a meet-cute set-up that leads to a hesitant first date that leads them headlong into unbridled romance.
So smitten are they with each other that Anna overstays her student visa and doesn't return home on schedule. When she tries to return to LA, she is detained by immigration officials and forced to go home.
It is at this point that each seems to divert since Anna is willing to make all the hard choices whereas Jacob appears comparatively passive in his commitment.
Perhaps it would have been excessive and maybe a bit boring to have both lovers follow their hearts in equal proportion, but the gap does undermine what would have made the relationship more compelling to witness beyond the standard romantic montages and overtures seen in like-minded films "The Notebook", for example.
While both lead actors are affecting and perceptive in their respective roles, the charismatic Jones has the advantage of playing a character that is far more transparent in her motivations.
Yelchin is saddled with the more elliptical role where we are left to guess how far he is willing to commit.
Compelling in just a few scenes as Jacob's comely assistant Sam, Jennifer Lawrence "Winter's Bone" is the inevitable temptation in his path, while Charlie Bewley makes less of an impression as Anna's neighbor Simon.
Framed by John Guleserian's hand-held digital camera-work, the film benefits from the incisive way Doremus staged several of the key scenes, especially the ones that highlight the intermittent disconnects between the lovers, and the young filmmaker shrewdly provides an ambiguous ending allowing viewers to fill in the blanks with the future of Jacob's and Anna's relationship.
Nonetheless, the film just didn't leave an indelible impression on me. I was checking out the storyline when I just realized this movie was the story of my life But it surprised me very positively.
I was also married to an American citizen just out of College and had to follow the same process in order to be with him.
Truth is, the bureaucratic aspect of it has done exactly the same to my relationship. The movie captures so so well the frustration, the disappointment, the fears of not knowing if you have what it takes to fight "like crazy" for each other; The moment in the movie when she calls him and asks him to come over in 30m, breaks my heart!
So real, so in despair. Rebecca-frances 14 February It's not often I dislike a movie as much as this one, I was actually quite surprised by the ratings being as high as they are!
It was complemented on being realistic, real life couldn't possibly be this dull! The characters had no substance, the actors no chemistry, there was no humour, no action, no drama, just a little bit of creative yet amateur cinematography.
Both lead characters came across as naive, spoilt and selfish young people who wouldn't know hardship if it punched them in the face!
Reading the back of the DVD cover I had imagined the possible barriers that might stand in the way of their being able to reside in the same country - financial troubles, illness, death in the family, valid work visas issues.
But no, just a silly girl deciding she can't handle a meagre two months apart from a boy who appears pretty nonchalant about it all.
She knowingly overstays her visa and rightfully so is refused re entry into the United States.
Anna is consistently whiny and annoying and she is at times demanding of Jacobs attention. She is jealous and needy. The way she hassles him to call her and then suggests they get married screams of desperation.
I can't say much about Jacob because there is little revealed of his character in the film. He seems aloof and disinterested in Anna.
If he does love her the on screen chemistry or lack there of does not portray this. However he did seem to enjoy himself in the scenes with Jennifer Lawrence's character Sam.
The film has an abrupt and rather pointless ending. I'm not sure what the final scene is supposed to represent. All I see is a girl who gave up her life in the UK, a great job and a guy who loves her and actually wanted to marry her for someone who doesn't love her and will never be committed.
Even Anna does seem in love anymore but it's like she has to go through with it because of all the years of effort to be together. It's what happens when a fun fling doesn't get a chance to fizzle out on its own.
The film had the potential to be good if there was more substance to the story, more time put into development of the initial relationship, casting lead actors who had chemistry and giving the characters an opportunity to grow in maturity.
It missed the mark big time! This movie made no sense, nothing was explained things just happened assuming you knew what was going on.
I never really write these but this movie annoyed me enough to do so. The actors in this movie are great but the writing is not.
I'm in a long distance relationship and while visiting my girlfriend for vacation we watched it together, and after about 15 minutes we both were about done with it.
The time line and story has many gaps, from one scene to another they jump around with very little dialog or explanation.
Spoiler: the Last 10 minutes of the movie is what really pushed me over the edge, felicity Jones suddenly breaks up with this Simon guy gets approval to come the states somewhere she quits her job at a magazine where she just got a raise, in this economy?
The only thing that made this movie sad is I felt bad for Anton's character this girl is a complete witch she's miserable with no personality.
Should of stuck with Jen Lawrence much hotter and seemed way cooler in the movie. I'm glad it only cost me 1. I rented this movie with low expectations and the movie didn't even live up to that.
Based on the cover, premise, trailer, and marketing campaign, I expected to see some semblance of a modern day romance dealing with the trials of young love and long distance relationships.
Most movies make you care about the things that the on screen couple have to go through, but throughout the movie I could only think of how unbelievable this relationship is, and how stupid and unsympathetic the characters are.
The basic premise of the movie is boy and girl meet in college, develop a relationship, become so in love with each other that they can't stand to spend a few months apart, girl overstays visa and is unable to come back, and the effect on their relationship that long distance has on them.
The movie didn't really demonstrate why they were together at all. The director and cinematographer chose poor camera work and story telling to document their relationship.
We get snippets of the same scene, only with different 1 second camera angle changes or minor body movement changes, over and over, as if to document these slices in time of their relationships.
It was not helpful at all, merely making glaring obvious the omission of the majority of their relationship. I understand that the director may have been going for showing all other parts of a relationship, not just the love part, but still.
The actor and actresses fail to develop any chemistry, their scenes together do not convince me that they should be together with each other.
The few normal conversations they have with each other face to face seem to be filled with awkward conversation and just plain awkwardness.
Ironically, their sadness at being apart is apparent, but I don't believe them when they are together. All in all, poor directing, lack of chemistry, and unsympathetic characters stupid decisions, agony over problems that have simple solutions made this movie practically unwatchable for me.
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