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Love & Other Drugs addresses real life with humorI had a relative who lived with Parkinson's for over 10 years in our home. It was, to say the least, VERY challenging. This movie uses humor and real-world human desires and ambitions, plus what appear to be experiences from patients that have the disease, to explore what can and cannot be done with the disease, what commitment is needed to be the partner of somoene with Parkinson's, and what levels of treatment can be expected. And yet, the movie doesn't seem to be about the serious topics I've listed here, or at least not just about them. It is primarily a love story, an exploration of a male-female relationship. It is also about what the drug industry does right and where it falls down. It is about what movtivates a person to be a doctor, or to give up on being one. It can poke fun at situations and issues so that we don't take them too seriously, but inside we know we have to think about them and worry about them, even while we are laughing. In my opinion, Anne Hathaway gave a tremendous performance.4Love Is A DrugA love story involving the development and, more specifically, the marketing of viagra..."interesting" does not begin to discribe it. Though the role of a womanizer has been done time and time again, Jake Gyllenhaal) does not overdo it and therefore makes his performance more believible and makes an audience root for him in the end...I'm assuming that was a goal of the filmmakers here. Anne Hathaway plays a "leading lady" who is anything but a stereotypical leading lady. Though she and Gyllenhaal's characters hook up, she has a mind of her own and uses it, something always worth seeing. I have no doubt that her trips to Canada with senior citizens for cheap perscription drugs are based on something real, given our health care system. I personally love the fact that their relationship is anything but stereotypical...I mean, how many films have you seen that show a person having a panic attack during the same scene where they say "I love you"? But ultimately, I enjoy the film's portrayal of someone with an incurrible illness and the challenges they face, including the possibility of a relationship so many today take for granted. It's another one of those romantic comedies that stays down to Earth and shows us what is really possible if we want it bad enough. I have to credit the actors for this, though I'm told the director did a fair amount of anicdotal things to help them accomplish their performances, so hats-off to Edward Zwick. It's just one of those nice films to enjoy on a Friday or Saturday night with your loved one. Just don't use viagra afterwards unless you really have to...there's a scene in the film that will explain why. Otherwise, enjoy.5Very underratedThe movie is loosely based on a book by a drug sales rep and the whole Viagra craze. It blends, humor, romance and drama. At the core of the movie however is a very good love story between a womanizing sales rep played by Gyllenhaal and an early onset Parkinson's patient, played by Hathaway. The two have very good chemistry together, which makes the movie.They start out with what seems like the perfect relationship for each other. Neither wants a romantic entanglement and just want it to be about the sex. The movie earns an R rating, because you see pretty much everything aside from total full frontal nudity from both actors. Of course by the end of the movie they both admit to being in love, but the story in between where he comes to grips with her disease (and in a sense so does she) and he goes from trying to cure her to just agreeing to be there for her is where the movie shines.It is part romantic comedy, part raunchy sex comedy, part drama and blends them all well. For those who get the blu ray, the movie looks and sounds as good as you would expect a non special effects laden movie would. There are several short behind the scenes and making of segments, some deleted scenes and trailers. Nothing too extensive, but enough for those who like to go through the extras.5good movie, good movieok so... good movie, good movie. storyline was great, jake is a babe but anne will always be mia thermopalis princess of genovia to me.. so i closed my eyes during the sex scenes. i would have given it 5 stars BUT jakes brother in the movie is annoying AF... like not funny at all, so he kind of ruined it for me. he is great as olaf, but as jake's brother he isn't. overall, it was a good movie. also, don't watch Brokeback Mountain before because you will secretly be wishing he leaves anne for heath ledger the whole time.4Feel good comedy - recommendGreat romantic comedy with two great actors that work perfect together in this love story about playboy under achiever who falls in love with a sick girl who has it all figured out. It s a cute story, filled with laughs, family drama and managing illness in the real world. Really enjoyed it and would recommend to anyone looking for something easy to watch with a good happy Hollywood ended.5Nice film.One of my all-time favourites, and I still watch it on occasion. I love the acting by both Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway, and yes, it's kind of a sappy love story, but told in a way that highlights the challenges that illness can bring into a relationship, and how one couple works with that. It's a very good, very well-done film.5Tired StoryThis is "Friends with Benefits" meets "A Walk to Remember" but remove all heart, humor, and originality.*spoilers*An attractive womanizer meets a pretty woman with Parkinson's. Both just want to hook up. Then they fall in love. Then they break up. Then he runs back to her and changes his whole life around.I found majority of the characters in the movie to be irritating and/or unbelievable. Anne is a great actress but was reduced down to an uninteresting lead. Supporting characters were mostly unfunny and shallow.I thought the movie was very predictable and while the concept could have been a good one, the execution and writing left a lot to be desired.2Second time aroundWhen I rented this I wasn't sure whether I'd seen it before or not. I had.I also remember enjoying it the first time, but the second time was even better. Maybe in my initial viewing I was distracted by the nudity (tastefully done) or perhaps I'm just slow on the uptake but there was a lot going on that didn't sink in the irst time. The excellent use of music, the subtleties of the characters transitions throughout the film, and the realization that little brother was more than an obnoxious foil; all this escaped me the first time. Perhaps again, I am just a bit dim but I prefer to think I merely let generally low expectations for the genre prevent me from paying proper attention. Pay attention. It's worth it.5A little too REAL!Movie was pretty good, (but a little to close to home for me). I thought the acting was good, and you could drawn into the plot. I really think everyone should watch this movie before getting married. Strips the veneer off about dedicating your life to someone with a health issue. Well worth the effort, but a real challenge every day! Almost made me cry. Hope this helps, Dave (in Colorado)4Anne Hathaway Gets Her KIt Off. Need I Say More?You can divvy this film into three components. The first is a no strings attached relationship between the film's handsome leads, Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal. Secondly, it's a compressed history of the Viagra craze that swept the nation in the late Nineties. Thirdly, it's a disease of the week flick, in this case Parkinsons. Separately these components don't stand on their own but as a whole it makes for a relatively satisfying work. Credit director Edward Zwick for balancing these seeming disparate elements into a cohesive work and making the more sentimental moments less mawkish and the nudity in the love scenes seem less exploitative. Props also to Hathaway and Gyllenhaal for engendering sympathy for their characters and making them more than self-absorbed yuppies. The film is not a homerun but a qualified success.4
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