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Like Crazy

Today, me and one of my good friends headed downtown to the Ritz movie theater to see "Like Crazy". With finals right around the corner, we've been excited to see this movie. I love that I live close enough to a movie theater that shows independent films, you could forget about that idea in York. It was the first time I had been in the Penn's Landing area and it was adorable! I loved the historic area and the cobble-stone sidewalks. 

"Like Crazy" ended up being just as good as I anticipated, although it was different then I imaged. The actors were brilliant and portrayed the story perfectly and the cinematography was absolutely beautiful. I love how simple the story was and how well-portrayed and how realistic it was. It was both honest and refreshing; beautiful movie. Afterwards, we went to this adorable french cafe on Walnut street called Le Pain Quotidien. The service was great and so was the Pain au Chocolat we snacked on.  


"I thought I understood it, that I could grasp it, but I didn’t, not really. Only the smudgeness of it; the pink-slippered, all-containered, semi-precious eagerness of it. I didn’t realize it would sometimes be more than whole, that the wholeness was a rather luxurious idea. Because it’s the halves that halve you in half. I didn’t know, don’t know, about the in-between bits; the gory bits of you, and the gory bits of me." -Like Crazy

28 comments

  1. I've watched the trailer few weeks ago and really wanted to see it so badly.

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  2. Ahh now I really want to watch it with my boyfriend! I was so curious about this film for a while because it was on a lot of ads especially on lookbook.nu ♥ so anyway, me and my boyfriend created a blog featuring couples around the globe, hope we could feature you and your love? ♥VISIT HIM AND HER PROJECT♥

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  3. Independent films like this always end up being good. I hadn't heard of this one until now though but it pulled me in. I also want to see Week with Marilyn.

    -Arielle
    www.humblepievintage.com

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  4. So I watched the trailer... and now i'm hysterically crying. it looks good! but sad possibly? i cant handle sad!

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  5. I want to see that movie! I have heard so many good things about it! And you are living in such a beautiful place! Cobblestone streets?! Mmmm!

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  6. ahhh stop taunting me! when will that movie come here?!

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  7. Penn's Landing is such a great area, and I love Pain Quotidien. I wanted to see this movie and with your review, so much more now!

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  8. That movie looks great! I'll have to see if the independent theater near me has it!

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  9. Ohis looks great - I want to see it!
    Much love,
    B

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  10. seems like a good movie! I havent' heard of it before but tempted to watch it now!

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  11. I love Le Pain Quotidien!! I really want to see "Like Crazy" and "The Muppets" but I have no time! Boooo!

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  12. I was SO intrigued when watching the trailer, it looks like SUCH a beautiful movie! Oh I reallyyy want to see it now!! :) xx

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  13. Hi lovely, I follow you!!
    Have a nice weekend!
    Besos, Marcela

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  14. I really wish I didn't have to work for the next 4 fours. I just want to hop on outta here and see this now! Looks like a great start to the weekend.

    XO,
    Erin
    http://erinscurrentlycoveting.blogspot.com/

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  15. i definitely want to see this one.

    have a great weekend :)

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  16. I love this film.. wonderful

    sand and trees

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  17. ohh i've been wanting to see this! glad to hear you loved it so much now i'll def have to check it out.. omgosh that pain au chocolat looks SO NOMMY!!

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  18. i would really love to see that. thanks for blogging on it. also that Pain au Chocolat looks yummy. ive been wanting to make one!
    love kat
    www.paperdolltheory.com

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  19. nice post :)

    sammie
    from
    fashionbarbecue.com

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  20. I love small cozy places like that to hang out at. The Pain au Chocolat looks delish! =D

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  21. Ahh, now I really want to see this movie--it sounds amazing. The cafe you talked about sounds so cozy and yummy, lucky you! :)

    xoxo,
    meme-stylenewbie.blogspot.com

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  22. Thanks for the suggestion. I'll watch that movie!

    The Life After

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  23. Ooh def going to watch this!

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  24. Oh I have been thinking about seeing this, will have to make it happen.

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  25. I wish I could live near a movie theatre. I'm quite bored of the all same commercial movies.

    Nice trailer. Intense.

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  26. I love chocolate croissants! Glad you enjoyed the movie! :D

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