Crazy,Stupid,Love and Ryan Gosling

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NannyPlumIsMyMum Sun 04-Mar-12 01:11:30

I loved this film! I loved Ryan Gosling in it too.
He is so delicious .

titferbrains Sat 10-Mar-12 00:02:38

I am afraid that this movie has started a bit of a ryan G. thang in my house. Every time my DH asks what I'm watching, it's a film that just happens to have RG in it. I've actually given up being embarrassed about it. He is very watchable indeed.

Tikkabillajive Mon 12-Mar-12 18:21:55

I watched it last night and loved it! Especially Ryan Gosling [dreamy sigh] – I've had a thing for him for a while now and this movie hasn't helped. Loved the scene where Emma Stone marches into the club and snogs him!

Titferbrains I could have written exactly the same thing! We had Drive last week and Crazy, Stupid, Love this week. We now refer to him as 'The Gosling' in our house and I think my DH is actually convinced that I've removed any films from our Lovefilm list that don't have him in them. Come to think of it, maybe that's not a bad idea...

slalomsuki Tue 13-Mar-12 22:03:17

Haven't seen that one but watched two Ryan Gosling films over the weekend and I must admit to having a bit of a thing for him.

Watched Drive which was good and a bit dark in places but he carried the film with his smouldering looks. Also watched The ides of march where in my opinion he out acted George Cllooney.

Will catch up with this one when I can but I did google him today to check out where he had suddenly sprung from.

titferbrains Tue 13-Mar-12 22:12:53

Ooh, what's the Ides of March like? haven't read much about it but vaguely remember it's political - is it easy to follow? <baby brain emoticon>

I watched Tinker Tailor a few weeks ago and really could not tell you what the plot was. I knew things were happening on the screen but all the subtleties of the plot/script were entirely lost on me.

I loved Drive, loved being transported into that world, loved how it reminded me of Taxi Driver and watching endless movies while I was at Uni, loved the soundtrack and have bought it.

Blue Valentine was good but very sad and a bit painful to watch. Good, but depressing.

ahem blush I may or may not have also seen Lars and the Real Girl recently, it may or may not have been funny, touching and less about RG looking HOTT and more about his very good acting [cough]

bluegh Sat 31-Mar-12 17:58:21

Two words - The Notebook. Swoonsville. Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams. Soooo romantic!

kh19 Fri 01-Feb-13 17:45:43

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