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Sunday, July 31

Crazy Stupid

If I thought Horrible Bosses was funny in a sort of slapsticky, raunchy way, Crazy, Stupid Love was twice as funny, twice as well done as Bosses. And without the raunch or the stick. The laughter was more subdued but more genuine, the plot more unexpected. I think this may be the best romantic comedy I’ve seen in at least ten years. Steve Carrell is a funny man, and in this show, he was more genuinely funny and human than in most others, more so than in The Forty-Year-Old Virgin, Date Night, Dinner for Schumcks, or Despicable Me. You need to go see this movie. You’ll enjoy it as much as I did.

And this one is just too cute to pass up. I'd like to take all five of them in my arms and squeeze. Not too much, just a little.

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