Crazy Stupid Love Analysis

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Crazy, Stupid, Love “Crazy, Stupid, Love” is a heartfelt romantic comedy, released in 2011, starring great actors such as Steve Carrel, Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone. This is the best movie I have ever seen in my whole life. I still remember the first time I watched it, I loved it so much that I wanted to watch it a second time. It is a winning combination of wit and charm. I know this movie so well that I learned all the lines by heart and I must say I even use some of them in real life. Although the plot is pretty simple and easy to follow, the theme around which revolves the whole movie is much more powerful and thoughtful than you may think. Cal Weaver and Emily have been married for more than 25 years, but his wife is having a midlife crisis, she has lost track of her life. So one day she decides to get a divorce. Cal feels disorientated and depressed and begins drinking his sorrows away at a local bar. This is where he meets Jacob Palmer, a young, handsome and smartly dressed man. He helps Cal rediscover his manhood and boost his ego and morale which he lost ever since he got married. Cal learns how to be a better man and develops a delicate sense of luxury and elegance. But Cal realises that even though he has changed as a man and thrown his past behind, he cannot forget his wife, the only woman he has ever loved since high school. Even if the entire plot focuses on Cal’s life, I think Jacob (Ryan Gosling) stands out as unique and embodies the figure of Don Juan in a
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