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I have a thing for stories with a twist. Be it about fantastic or mysterious stories or just forces of coincidences that rule the lives of everyday people as in this particular movie. In most movies, twists are what make them interesting. 'Crazylove', on the other hand, is a straight-forward movie about a twist.
Life and love are very similar in nature - you never know what you're going to get. The best thing that ever happened to you could trigger a catastrophe yet out of the ashes, a phoenix could rise and that is the dualistic world we live in, yet can't ever seem to accept or get used to.
Crazylove presents a perfectly plausible scenario. Indeed you could find the screenplay and acting a bit lacking but you're not going to catch this movie anyway if you're not after the twist that Crazylove is.
Not a cinematographic masterpiece but an alternative to your everyday Drama/Romance flick. A well earned 7/10
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