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Watch: Silver Linings Playbook


Crazies fall in love too.
 
And they fall in the love in the most endearingly unexpected days.
 
Or maybe I just love this movie because Bradley Cooper’s in it.
 
Either way, it’s a charming story of going crazy, second chances and falling in love.
 

*Just some trivia, I read that JLaw’s role was written specifically for Zooey Deschanel.  And eventually, Anne Hathaway was considered for the role until she had to decline due to scheduling conflict.

This is a supreme example of “everything happening for a reason” (the reason being that golden statue).
 
I guess third choice is a charm?

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  1. Solid stuff Bani. There was something about seeing those two shares the screen that really got me invested in their relationship. It's not just a basic "I love you, let's date" type of relationship; it has plenty of getting to understand the characters and their flaws and as it turns out, Lawrence is also bipolar and that does make for a not so typical relationship.

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  2. Hi, thanks so much for your comment. I have to agree that theirs was an interesting combination. Guess, this is a prime example of people finding a "common ground".

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