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Plot: An acclaimed writer, his ex-wife, and their teenaged children come to terms with the complexities of love in all its forms over the course of one tumultuous year. Runtime: 97 mins Release Date: 02 May 2013
How do i sum up an amazing movie in a few words? (by superker17)
This movie. This movie was beyond amazing for me. It is honestly too hard for me to choose the right words for it. But i must give the feedback it deserves. It was a great bundle of actors, all of which i have heard of and am a fan of. Nat Wolff, he definitely showed the mature adult he has become slowly getting away from "The Naked Brothers Band" image. Lilly Collins did amazing as usual, i could connect with her the most out of the film. This film has an incredible mix of emotions put into such a short thing i was amazed how quickly it was. I'm not gonna lie, i cried. Twice. <more>
It portrays the troubles of teenagers that are coming of age as well as the adults that we expect to have their lives together. All in all, great film, highly recommend it!
And that's how you make a movie! What can I say... I LOVE THIS MOVIE. great cast everyone did a great job even the small once the movie was funny and dramatic It's about life & love, it's about being crazy and finding happiness its about how you scared of love but still deep down want it and lily Collins oh god i love her there is just something about her I can not define. The camera work was beautiful and the music underlined all the ongoing emotions perfectly. To the producers and everyone involved: Thank you for this piece of art, you definitely made an impact on a lot of <more>
hearts! am waiting for the fault in our stars i feel its will make me more impressed greed job
A realistic independent drama with realistic and intelligent characters. (by pais4090)
First I would just like to say congratulations to the writers of this marvelous movie. No a days many movies about families contain characters who are unrealistically stupid, going through problems that no average people face. This is the complete opposite. It isn't a love at first sight movie, each character goes through their own struggle. The message of the movie to me was that, love isn't perfect it's about acceptance and compromise. On another note, the casting is perfection. Nat Wolff is an absolutely amazing actor and shines in this masterpiece. I CANNOT I repeat CANNOT <more>
wait to see him take on a role in The Fault in our stars. If you are looking for a feel good movie on a rainy day, then you have found your match!
Great and Realistic Independent Drama (by Slasher_Lover23)
Stuck in Love follows William Borgens Greg Kinnear , an author who is still wallowing through his separation from his wife Erica Jennifer Connelly . William and Erica's children; Samantha Lilly Collins and Rusty Nat Wolff are also aspiring writers going through different phases of love. Samantha resents her mother and refuses to believe in love, even when she is being pursued by hopeless romantic Louis Logan Lerman . Rusty, also a believer in love, tries to pursue his crush Kate Liana Liberato . During the course of the film, the characters begin to learn lessons about love and <more>
the long road called life.Stuck in Love is a marvelous independent drama that deals with the different dynamics of love and how it affects us all. The whole cast does an excellent job with the material and really bring the characters and their emotions to life. Greg Kinnear turns in a great and sometimes comedic performance as we watch his character struggle the line of believing in love and moving on. But the most impressive performances come from our younger stars. Lilly Collins most notably turns in the strongest performance as a young woman who is struggling between different types of love, the ability to return love with her pursuer Louis, and the love her mother is trying to earn back. Logan Lerman returns with as much of a charming performance as he showed in The Perks of Being a Wallflower as the boy who is trying to win Samantha's heart. Nat Wolff plays a similar character who is trying to win over his own crush, despite the obstacles that may come in his way. What makes Stuck in Love so different from other love stories is that it's not just some cheesy romantic story, it deals with the different dynamics of love and heartbreak that we all will go through in life. The script and the actors do an incredible job of bringing this all to reality in a way that we can really feel what they are going through and give us something to relate to. My rating: 10/10
When you suffer with characters like this you deserve a good payoff. (by Hellmant)
'STUCK IN LOVE': Four and a Half Stars Out of Five A romantic comedy-drama film about a family of writers and their complex relationships with others involving love . It was written and directed by first time feature film writer Josh Boone and stars Greg Kinnear, Lilly Collins, Nat Wolff, Logan Lerman, Jennifer Connelly, Liana Liberato and Kristen Bell. It also features cameos by Patrick Schwarzenegger the son of Arnold Schwarzenegger obviously , as a school bully, and the voice of Stephen King! The film is a great examination of love and family relationships and all their ups and <more>
downs. It's an amazing film from such a young debut filmmaker He's almost three years younger than me ! Kinnear plays a successful writer named William Borgens. He's had several books published, and found some small celebrity status, but hasn't written at all since his wife Erica Connelly left him for a younger, and buffer, man Rusty Joiner three years earlier. He spends a lot of his nights spying on his ex-wife, and her new husband, and his afternoons sleeping with a married younger neighbor woman Bell . He's taught his teenage kids, Samantha Collins and Rusty Wolf , to be writers since they were newborns and Samantha has just had her first book published. She won't tell her mother about it, and hasn't talked to her in years, because she blames her for breaking her father's heart. She's also skeptical about love due to her parents' breakup and just hooks up with stupid guys looking for sex. That starts to change when she meets a musician and classmate, named Lou Lerman , who has a crush on her. Her younger brother is a hopeless romantic though and has just fallen for a classmate of his at school, as well, named Kate Liberato . Kate just got out of an abusive relationship with Schwarzenegger and has a drug problem but Rusty thinks he can save her.The movie is cynical at times, especially in the beginning, but it does build to a beautiful happy ending which I think is wonderful . When you watch movies like this you deserve a happy ending. It's filled with all of life's ugliness and negativity but also it's magic and beauty and when you suffer with characters like this in a movie like this you deserve a good payoff. That is the case with this movie but it still seems mostly true to life. It's got it's Hollywood moments, and everyone is just a little too good looking, but it's moving and truthfully touching as well. All the performances are great and the directing and screenplay just hit all the right notes. The soundtrack is filled with awesome and fitting songs as well. It's just one of those movies that's a real treat to watch and makes you feel good despite it's sad moments . Boone is really a director to watch out for!Watch our movie review show 'MOVIE TALK' at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v mZa4L9FExKY
Figured any movie with both Greg Kinnear and Kristen Bell couldn't be too bad. Turns out I was right, it wasn't too bad, it was an incredibly good movie. It's a relatively straight forward tale of parents and kids finding there way in the world. The writing may be a bit heavy-handed at times, but the acting and direction are so good that you won't even notice. By the end, you care about all the major characters and cherish that the film's events have made them just a little bit better people. The ending was a surprise but somehow fitting and the major feeling from the film <more>
is satisfaction. I think I'll watch it again now.David in VA
The quintessential "sweet little indie," overflowing with authenticity (by larry-411)
As I make the festival rounds every year I search for that elusive "sweet little American indie." I don't come across them very often, certainly not often enough, but when that moment happens there's a little pitter-patter in my heart as I know I'm witnessing what could be the launching pad for hot new talent -- writers, directors, actors -- who will go on to produce exciting, creative work in the years to come. I found that here in "Writers." First-time writer/director Josh Boone has crafted an exquisite film which successfully combines several themes that few <more>
are able to tackle successfully. Like David Gordon Green's "Snow Angels," my #1 Top Pick of 2007 and one of my favorite indies of the past decade, we see three couples struggling to cope with the primordial human connection -- the innocence and fear of first love, the seesaw of a mature relationship, and the pain of an estranged couple. Ironically or perhaps not , "Writers" is privileged to have enlisted Green's longtime Director of Photography Tim Orr. But this is a much lighter picture than "Snow Angels," making it especially accessible to young people and families.Greg Kinnear is William Borgens, the classic what-have-you-done-for-me-lately author who hasn't had a hit in ages but refuses to allow anyone to sense his self-pity. His wife Erica, played by Jennifer Connelly, is the quintessential partner cast aside at the expense of William's inattention and indiscretion. Their teenage children Samantha and Rusty, portrayed by Lily Collins and Nat Wolff, are discovering their own offbeat paths into the wacky world they've inherited. High school student Rusty, in particular, is a struggling writer himself who is beginning to experience the first frightening pangs of adolescent desire. Dad isn't the best role model, after all, but this is a father-son relationship that has promise if either or both can get their acts together. Samantha is in college and headstrong in the ways of a young woman determined to control her life and career at the expense of entering the dating scene and submitting to the wants of a man. Enter Lou Logan Lerman , the earnest intellectual who'll stop at nothing to win her over.From top to bottom -- Kinnear, Connelly, Collins, Wolff, Lerman -- "Writers" is perfectly cast. All inhabit their roles as if they created them. In fact, to some extent, that's true as the dialogue's authenticity is at least partly rooted in Boone's generosity in allowing the actors to improvise some of their material a technique favored by the aforementioned David Gordon Green, as well . Wolff, in particular, takes advantage of this opportunity to add a good deal of the narrative's comic relief with his ad-libbed lines. Interestingly, he did the same in last year's Toronto hit "Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding," in which he played virtually the same character -- a naive youth, physically inexperienced, gently and innocently exploring his potential with the tender yet intimidating opposite sex. Lerman, 19 at the time of filming, played a 15-year-old in his other world premiere selection at this same festival, "The Perks of Being a Wallflower." In "Writers," he goes in the opposite direction as a 21-year-old who couldn't be more different from Perks' Charlie. In that film, his role is similar to Wolff's as the vulnerable virgin. Here, he's a self-assured, bright college student who is destined to charm Samantha off her feet. The fact that he can convincingly portray both these characters in two pictures at the same festival is testament to his talent and versatility. As his would-be suitor, young Lily Collins is an able foil to Lerman's advances and wins over the audience with her sharp wit.The adults who anchor the film deserve far more credit than they're given. Jennifer Connelly, who won an Academy Award opposite Russell Crowe in 2001's "A Beautiful Mind," is a beautiful soul inside and out as the wounded spouse who still has a place in her heart for a potentially loving husband. He still holds a torch for her, as well, an intensely personal plot device that could easily lack credulity in the hands of lesser professionals. Oscar-nominated Kinnear proves once again why he is one of the industry's go-to guys. Few actors handle comedy and drama equally well, and he has no problem convincing the audience as a tormented has-been. He may be down on his luck but retains the earnestness that brought him fame and a loving family not that long ago. He's poised for a comeback and it's a role tailor-made for Kinnear.The film is technically well-balanced between slick Hollywood production values and a relaxed indie look. Bright lighting belies the turmoil beneath the surface. The quaint beach house setting used in many of the scenes is awash with a color palette of earth tones and rustic furnishings, a counterculture milieu befitting this family of intellectuals. Mike Mogis and Nate Wolcott's score is combined with a soundtrack of indie music featuring Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes, whose attraction to the material led him to write original music for the movie.Tim Orr is truly a master cinematographer. His signature style is the ability to capture beauty in nature and everyday objects -- a dripping gutter here, a playground swing there -- and photography that is comforting, enveloping the actors in a warm glow that matches their affections. Nobody does it better. Boone was truly fortunate to have Orr on board."Writers" is overflowing with the authenticity of real life. You'll laugh, you'll cry -- often in the same scene -- and, most of all, you'll empathize with at least one of the characters. There isn't one of us who hasn't experienced the feelings and emotions exhibited by the members of this richly complex family. That's key to this ensemble that features many of our best and brightest young independent film actors. For what I expect a "sweet little American indie" to accomplish, "Writers" is simply perfection.
I will be short and sweet kind of like the film was and won't go into a summary as the rest of the well-written and accurate summaries have been thus far. I thought this film was really good. The casting was great, as was the plot and story line. It was a touching story, where despite the indiscretions of a married couple, you had them rooting for each other to find their way back to each other and to bring their family together.The movie went fast and even though you hoped for a happy ending, you weren't quite sure how it was going to turn out. I won't spoil it, but the ride to <more>
the end was worth it. It is a cute, summer drama that is worth checking out.
i really loved this movie i enjoyed every second of it ! it actually has a meaning ! its more than just a movie about family and love and relationships ! its not like any other romantic drama ...I'm in love with this movie ! very recommended i wish there was a book for this movie.. i think that the reason i loved this so much is that it is so realistic ! the characters are so rounded ! the actors are so well picked they really look like a family to me the work together so well! one of the best movies i have watched in a long time !I always enjoy that kind of deep meaningful realistic type <more>
of movies that give you a good cry in the end ! I even had goosebumps 90% of the movie ! its so touching!