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Crazy Heart

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    ALCOHOLISM IS NOT PRETTY

    It was difficult watching a man sink so low into the whiskey bottle and loss so dear to him before his alcohol haze disappeared.. Jeff Bridges is a wonderful actor and played the part so well... He definitely deserved the Oscar for his performance...

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    This movie is great. It's perfect for a date movie that both men and women will LOVE

    This movie is at it's heart a romance movie. GUYS don't run away!!! This also has plenty of comedy. It's subtle but very belivable and clever with moments that openly make you chuckle.

    If you're a country music fan or a music fan period buy it. If you still have doubts watch the previews. If you like them then save the rental fee and just buy it

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    In my personal Top 5

    Jeff Bridges gives my favorite performance of his ever in this movie. He becomes "Bad Blake." I've already told my wife that Maggie Gyllenhall is my first choice for stepmother to our children should something ever happen to her.:) Gyllenhall's performance was certainly Oscar-worthy as well. T-Bone Burnett is the genius of our time in putting together soundtracks of "roots music" for movies (see "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"). Having Robert Duvall, the star of my absolute favorite movie of all time, in the cast in a small but crucial role just puts the cherry on top of thie fantastic movie.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Would watch again.

    This is an entertaining movie that sticks very closely to the book but with a happier ending. Would recommend.

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