Lars and the Real Girl
Comedy • PG-13 • 2007 • 1 hr 46 min
This isn’t really a review, but I see a lot of myself in Lars, as far as interactions and awkwardness go. I loved this movie.
I dont know if it exist anywhere but I was jealous about the wholesome community feel this movie gave me, being born and raised in a city.
An odd but enjoyable indie feel-good flick.
Ryan Gosling is incredible in this film. It’s uncomfortable, but executed to perfection. It’ll hit you in the feels, I promise you that.
Ryan Gosling knoocks one out of the park. Thought provoking and moving.
Approaches supporting mental health in a positive and constructive way. I cried.
Guy from notebook unwilling to settle for less than a perfect lady
this is a sad movie that moves kind of slow but is worth the watch when you have the blues
This movie makes my heart hurt and my chest cave, I can’t explain the emotions I felt during this movie it’s just insanely unique
Sweet indie comedy about a man and his romantic relationship with a sex doll, not great but enjoyable, silly, and touching throughout
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