Written September 19, 2008
just saw it at premire and no matter what others say i am a minor critic and its a charming masterpice about life,love, and putting up with drunk best friends(you have too see it to understand!) 5/5 10/10
Written October 18, 2008
Nick and Nora’s Infinite Playlist, a film about musical soulmates overcoming immature relationships as well as their own insecurities, lives up to the audience’s expectations. Michael Cera’s and Kat Dennings’ awkward chemistry works its magic as the movie takes you on a wild goose chase to find the band “Where’s Fluffy”, but we realize they have actually been looking for each other the entire time. In a broken world people are preoccupied with finding the pieces to put it back together, but “maybe we don’t have to find them, maybe we are the pieces”. Michael Cera (Juno, Superbad) stood out with yet another perfect role. The writing couldn’t have been better for his character. Go see this movie!
Written October 08, 2008
Well as the movie's title boasts the music in this movie was awesome. I thoroughly enjoyed watching Nick and Norah slowly fall in love. I was let down every time they hit a speedbump on their road to each others arms. And the soundtrack played as a beautiful backdrop to it all. This movie has it all, a love story, music, a few gross out moment, a funny messy drunk girl, a horribly evil ex girlfriend, and 2 gay best friends. Watch out for the gum!!
Written October 13, 2008
I thoroughly enjoyed this movie which managed to pull off the overdone "boy falls in love with girl" with the loads of "complications", it was rather entertaining because it wasn't just a quest for a boy to fall in love with a girl, there were a few substories which made the movie great, and it didn't just contain the "oooohhhhh" and "a***ww" moments, but also the "e*** within the comedy. This movie definitely isn't everone's cup of tea, but i think it is entertaining to the intended audience, teenagers.
Written October 16, 2008
It seemed like a cool movie, but the climax of the movie was Norah having an orgasm with the guy she had just met (no pun intended). Why is it cute for people who just met to have sex? Especially teenagers? Hollywood loves to glorify teen sex while ignoring the reality that it is emotionally crippling for must people. Must we numb ourselves to the truth? Any psychologist will tell you the exact same thing: having many sexual partners is damaging to any person, and teens shouldn't be having sex.