Ruby Sparks

By baronblue
Written July 28, 2012
The trailer was better. Turns out to be sort of a cliche about how you can't micro-control the people you love without becoming a monster. Duh.
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Unique and Pretty Well Done

By vizwords
Written July 30, 2012
This movie looked great. It was pretty good and definitely worth seeing - but not great. Acting is solid. The idea is very unique - I was told the actress that plays Ruby is actually the writer of the screenplay. That puts a whole interesting twist on the entire thing. Anyway - good movie - actually a bit dark in parts, but that actually keeps it a little more well rounded and less obvious. Definitely worth the ticket price - especially considering the other junk out right now.
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ruby sparks

By glevity
Written July 29, 2012
Original , thought- provoking concept ... Ruby Sparks' extraordinary cast and nuanced performances deftly blend reality with fantasy, and leave the viewer to ponder its meaning long after the credits go black on the screen.
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See It

By jalbert222
Written August 08, 2012
If you do not like this movie, consider the possibility that something is wrong with you. Clever, romantic, creative, well acted and a commentary on so much... from dating to relationships to 'reality'.
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A fabulous film about getting what you wish for; perfect summer flick!

By Peneflix
Written July 31, 2012
Anyone who has had their first brush with adolescence has fantasized about the perfect partner; the one who completes the puzzle, the conundrum that is "you"; conforms to your ideal; meets and exceeds all your expectations; plainly put, the "love of your life."... "Ruby Sparks" is one of the most compelling, enchanting films of the summer. Created by, and starring Zoe Kazan ("Ruby"), a gifted young woman with an enviable imagination, celestial blue eyes. Ruby's ethereal, luminescent, stunning as the sprite who morphs from the pages of novelist "Calvin" (Paul Dano); a prodigy, who has been wandering in a desert of "wordless" uncertainty. Dano's performance is galvanizing and vulnerable, simultaneously... FOUR STARS!!!! ***For full review please visit peneflix (dot) com!!!
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