Steve Carell in ‘Crazy Stupid Love’

Summary: When Cal Weaver (Steve Carell) learns his wife Emily (Julianne Moore) wants a divorce, his “perfect” life quickly unravels. Spending his free evenings sulking at a local bar, Cal is taken on as a “wingman” to handsome thirty-something player Jacob Palmer (Ryan Gosling).

Starring: Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, Marisa Tomei, Kevin Bacon

Website: Crazy Stupid Love

Release Date: July 29, 2011

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15 thoughts on “Steve Carell in ‘Crazy Stupid Love’”

  1. What started out as a preview for a 40-Year-Old Virgin sequel turned into something that really looks quite sweet and honest. I’m looking forward to seeing it.

  2. LOL at the Twilight diss & Ryan Gosling’s look of horror at Steve’s velcro wallet. And bonus points for Muse & Grizzly Bear!

  3. Awesome movie! Very funny but also sweet, touching and a bit of a tear jerker! There’s a cute little shout-out to The Office too. Steve’s character is trying to win his ex-wife back, and talks about when they first met as teenagers and went out for ice cream. He said he’s glad he bought her that mint chocolate chip ice cream cone. Wooo-hooo!

  4. Such a wonderful movie, a perfect mix of comedy & drama. Steve showed off some major acting chops, Ryan was delightfully funny, definitely a welcome change over the usual summer movie that’s jam-packed with explosions & violence.

  5. Saw it yesterday…….LOVED IT! It was funny, but it was also very poignant. I wholeheartedly recommend it for everyone who believes in the power of love. Steve is wonderful in it, as is the rest of the cast. Great movie….

  6. Saw it and by far my favorite role for Steve. It was a perfect blend of funny, sad, heartwarming and uplifting. He was looking mighty good in this one!

  7. I saw this movie today and REALLY enjoyed it. I agree with Karen, this is my favorite (movie) role of Steve’s. I’d recommend it to any and all. :o)

  8. Saw the movie yesterday and it was great. Steve was amazing in it. Makes me wish he would come back to Scranton… Oh well. Bravo, Steve!

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