A Case of You

2013

Action / Comedy / Romance

141
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 41%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 27%
IMDb Rating 5.7 10 9857

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Sienna Miller as Sarah
Peter Dinklage as Gerard
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1hr 29 min
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1hr 29 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Sweetigal85 8 / 10

wonderful feel good comedy

This movie is full of laughs and has plenty of heart. It is very relatable and enjoyable. I loved it from the very first scene. Definitely a must see.

I am a huge Justin Long fan so he was my immediate draw to this movie. He plays an adorable, hopeless romantic who takes a chance pursuing the girl he admires from afar. I personally found her character to be a little strange but you love her more since he adores her so much. I have seen some reviews claim that he was creepy and stalkerish but I did not get this vibe at all and that is definitely not what the creator was going for.

As an aspiring writer, I was immediately hooked and I LOVE how he learns about himself through the character he is writing. Very poetic and brilliant. Shows how we are all kind of writers in our own way, living chapter by chapter and trying to create the perfect ending.

The only reason I am not giving it a perfect score is because I didn't care for some of the secondary characters, I could have done without them. But the two of them were amazing together and the ending is guaranteed to bring a smile to your face.

I also very much enjoyed the random comedy of Vince Vaughn throughout the movie. And the surprise appearance of Ralphie from A Christmas Story!

Reviewed by xhidden99 5 / 10

A good effort for a machine

This is a pretty good movie if there was an app to write movies using a vast template of clich├ęs, stereotypes and characters and scenes you've seen a few thousand times before. It's not awful and its very well put together. Almost flawless. Technically it's like the robot version of a movie. And without irony, snarky, self criticism either. And to be fair it has some pretty funny small moments. And in a way it's refreshing to see a technically soulless perfect execution of an idea in an era of awful indie anarchist hipster junk still doing bad sound, shaky cam, weak lighting and an incoherent story.

But if you're looking for either something very good or new or interesting or even high drama, sitcom level high drama then no. You'll be disappointed. The machine isn't that sophisticated or adventurous for that. And that's a good thing because it will be entirely predictable, like comfort food.

Reviewed by Melissa Greer 1 / 10

i can't believe people like this movie

I knew this film was going to be cheesy when I chose to watch it on Netflix. I was up for a cheesy one so I gave it a chance. it's amazing that I was able to watch this thing to the end, because it was so horrible. the only entertaining part about it was the male barista. he did a great job in this movie. however, the writing was full of holes and incredibly unbelievable. first off, if birdie is so amazing, where are any of her friends? the improve chick that she lied to is the only thing close to a friend that the girl has the entire movie. sam has a handful of people that he talks to on his end, including a roommate, but we never even learn why they are living together in the first place or how they know each other. sam has nothing interesting about his character, but somehow this amazing girl falls for him. there's nothing to fall for! everything is a lie! and worst part of it all, she admits in the end that she knows it's all a lie and still dug him!! seriously, sam's roommie and his girlfriend are the friends that come to see the recital at the end, (they barely know each other) and they only purpose of that is so that the viewers get closure on their pathetic subplot. I love busy phillips and this role was sad for her. nothing spicy at all like i'm used to from her. and why did vince Vaughn's drabby character start saying I love you all of a sudden in the middle of the movie to sam? weird. the most unbelievable thing about this movie is that they ended up together at the end.

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