Wild and crazy dating


It knows that love doesn't always work out, and occasionally ends in heartbreak and/or violence.And while it's somewhat a cautionary tale, it ends hopefully and overall, kind of happily.After a stint in a mental institution, former teacher Pat Solitano moves back in with his parents and tries to reconcile with his ex-wife.Things get more challenging when Pat meets Tiffany, a mysterious girl with problems of her own.It made me cry a little, and it made me laugh a lot.

This film also features Marisa Tomei, who gives a fierce, and very funny performance as a recovering alcoholic schoolteacher who dates Cal for awhile after his divorce.While the ending itself is a lot like I predicted it, there's a big plot twist that presents itself in the climax that I really didn't see coming. Each character is real, and flawed, screwed up and deals with his or her problems in a very grounded and grown-up way.It revolves around Cal (Carell), a man who has been married to Emily (Moore) for 25 years, and is rocked by the revelation that she wants a divorce, after sleeping with a co-worker (Kevin Bacon).I was excited and did the whole girlie hair nails outfit thing .I overlooked that the "6ft 1" description was in reality shorter than my 5ft 9 and fairly stocky.Kevin Bacon also made me laugh, as Emily's co- worker, who was her post-divorce rebound.

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