Gosling was nominated for the for for his performance. Hannah: This is beyond ridiculous. Cal Weaver: Who told you that Emily and I are getting divorced? You got to keep it interesting. David Lindhagen: Do you have a second? However, the sexual humor of the film is extremely hilarious, and totally spot on. While it is a movie, and Hollywood needs to pull on whatever heart strings it needs to make money, it does a pretty good job at it in terms of getting the audience emotionally invested into each character. What follows is as close to real life reactions as we could ever hope for in a rom-com.
His laid-back-but-firm confidence coupled with his looks and bit of arrogance is neutralized by buying her a drink off the bat. Robbie Weaver: I like Pringles. Richard La Ruina will teach you how to be a natural in bars and nightclubs so you can, in effect, pickup girls just like Ryan Gosling. Jacob Palmer: Cal, my schvantz is in your face for twenty minutes. The moment you ask a girl if she wants to go home with you, she will begin to question the idea and will likely say no. It takes courage to approach a complete stranger and to attempt to convince her to go on a date with you, or even to sleep with you that same evening.
This is just sweat from here down. Then David arrives on the scene to return Emily's sweater from a previous date. It will be good for you to get out. These are extremely important questions. Cal Weaver: If it keeps raining like this, you might want to turn off the automatic setting.
But I can promise you this, I will never stop trying. Showing the stakes in a comedy-dramedy about relationships is a lot harder. We all think our pain is important and that it defines who we are. So simple, so easy, so elegant. Nobody Wants to Hear Your Sob Story — Everybody is the star of their own movie and no pain hurts worse than your own. Claire Riley: Um, just apparently, Mr.
Plus Ryan Gosling is absurdly hot. Finally, my favorite phone call scene is the one between Cal tending the garden, while Emily is inside their house, pretending to need help with fixing the water heater. Even Jacob falls hard for new attorney Hannah Emma Stone who has just walked out on her wet rag boyfriend Josh Groban who offered her a job, rather than a ring. She then comments that his naked body looks äóìphotoshoppedäó. The war between the sexes is over. Tiny Buddha wrote a great article on.
Way more men fantasise about marriage than popular culture has led us to believe. Even better, we still have Emily in the picture, on the screen, without disappearing for a quarter of the movie! Jacob Palmer: Are you Steve Jobs? You are one of the reasons for me to reach my dream. This concept also applies to elements rooted in character, like age. Cal Steve Carell and Emily Julianne Moore are sharing one of their many restaurant moments over the course of their long, steady marriage. She just told me, I just found out.
You might be slightly stunned. I mean, this girl, she is incredible. Emily Weaver: I just pictured myself in the ballet. Final thoughts These are just a few of the screenwriting tips I learned by comparing the Crazy Stupid Love screenplay to its film. I know, I know… Jacob Palmer: No, I know Cal Weaver: I know too much. Jessica: I am actually begging you to stop it! Yeah, a five thousand dollar massage chair is kind of ridiculous.
Jacob Palmer: Is that the message you want to sent to everybody? But she has the hots for her older employer, Cal, a best friend of her father, Bernie John Carroll Lynch. Hannah: How many times have you used it? Jacob Palmer: Will you do me a kindness? Because they fell in love and love is for stupid assholes. Greetings again from the darkness. Bernie is the size of an oak tree — he speaks in deep grunts. Claire Riley: She should know, she babysits for him.
Jessica: No, you know, I should have knocked. In the adjoining kitchen, Cal is on the phone. Taking longer only gives you time to overthink things and psyche yourself out of doing anything. Jacob Palmer: You have a mom butt. Cal, Jacob, David, and Bernie then get into a scuffle which is soon broken up by the police.