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  • “‘Love and Other Impossible Pursuits’ is a beautiful novel… If you are not moved to tears, then your heart is carved from wood.”
    —Andrew Sean Greer, author of The Confessions of Max Tivoli

    “I had a great time reading ‘Love and Other Impossible Pursuits’… The heroine was a great accomplishment… and William (her stepson) is a triumph.”
    —Diane Johnson, author of Le Divorce

  • ‘Love and Other Impossible Pursuits’… may also be the first chick-lit novel (it features, after all, a young career woman who falls in love with her boss, shops and worries about her relationships) that in addition to being a romantic, shocking and sometimes painful page-turner does the unthinkable: it actually says something new and interesting about women, families and love.”
    —”Atom Bomb of Desire,” The New York Times (read the )

    romantic comedy featured here. Nearly every member of the supporting cast – Josh Gad as Jamie’s overweight and sex-
    obsessed brother, Oliver Platt’s mentor figure, Judy Greer’s receptionist – is a rom-com standard, but their presence is
    thankfully overshadowed by the chemistry between the impossibly good-looking couple of Gyllenhaal and Hathaway. As the
    film progresses, it becomes clear what type of movie this is going to be and the elements start falling into place: 'The
    Separation', 'The Desperate Act To Win Her Back', 'The Final Impassioned Speech'. But even with those check-the-box
    components, Love and Other Drugs somehow sneaks just above the eye-rolling quality of most of the movies in this genre.


    Love and Other Drugs

    Domestic Total Gross: $32,367,005
    Distributor: FoxRelease Date: November 24, 2010
    Genre: Comedy / DramaRuntime: 1 hrs. 53 min.
    MPAA Rating: RProduction Budget: $30 million

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    • Edward Zwick
    • Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway
      • Comedie
      • Romantic
      • Dragoste
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      67 voturi

    • 115 minute
    • 21.01.2011

    The thing that struck me most about this movie? Love and Other Drugs (like this year’s Going the Distance) seemed to depict
    a more natural relationship than what we’re used to seeing on screen. Part of this is surely due to the nudity fearlessly
    displayed by both leads, a rarity in a studio film thanks to the inexplicable ratings methods of the MPAA, whose members
    consider nudity more harmful than violence these days. Aside from that, the film captures the little moments really well; in a
    musical montage, a scene

Love and Other Drugs (2010) - Box Office Mojo

But by week two, my head started to mess with me a bit. With every twitch, images of Michael J. Fox would appear in my head, and I was convinced that I had Parkinson’s disease. I remembered watching an interview on TV where Michael talked about how the disease first presented itself to him (when he was my age!!). I saw that interview over ten years ago, but my brain was kind enough to keep it stored away for me, should the need to torture myself ever arise. Locked up in the same mental file was the movie Love and Other Drugs with Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal. In the movie, Anne Hathaway’s character struggles with early onset Parkinson’s disease and the emotional havoc it wreaks on her life.