Drama / Romance

IMDb Rating 6.4 10 8,614


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April 6, 2019



Courtney Eaton as Ava Brooks
Laia Costa as Elena Aldana
Matthew Gray Gubler as Darren Colt
Nicholas Hoult as David Philips
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117 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by constanza-nm 5 / 10 / 10

I wanted to like it. I really did

I'm at some level upset with this film and I need to express those feelings. I'm a huge fan of Like Crazy, it's been years and it remains as one of my favorite films. It really made an impression on me, particularly the ending. It was beautifully shot. The music, the cinematography, the acting. And that is exactly why I can say Newness would not become in one of my favorites. The final scene is unfortunate. It really takes away all the impact of the film. And is sad, and upsetting because it could have been way greater. It's an interesting and appealing story, with great and realistic performances, but the execution somehow is off at that particular moment. The end. Something so important in any movie. This is a story about modern love and passion. The dating app plays a role, of course, but I think is more about the disconnection that we have with one another. They don't know each other, neither really bother to do it. We could say that's a consequence of meeting trough a dating app, but is it really? Datings apps, meeting people online, going on dates with strangers maybe is the response to not wanting to share and invest quality time with others, not the result. They move fast, they don't really think about it. It's a reflection of the fear of being lonely and the incompatibility of commitment. More important I think is a great example of the lack of honesty, not just to each other, but to themselves. The lack of a sincere connection and true intimacy. I was excited by this. It seems so real, so relatable at some level. But it failed to impress me because the ending doesn't make any sense. I like them both, however, there wasn't anything in this story that made me believe that they truly belong together, quite the opposite. It's not that they are wrong for each other, it's that they shouldn't be part of something that they don't even understand. It's just another cliché. It strips away all the unsurfaced meaning of it.

Reviewed by synnove_hjellvik 7 / 10 / 10

Anazing modern time love-story

I just watched this movvie and throughout the whole movie i could feel and relate to all the things happening. It is amazing in the way that it really is different from normal-"Hollywood" movies which we have seen so many times before. I love this movie and it is really taking the number one spot for my favorite movie. The movie also made me realise that it is okay to get into fights, but the important part is to work through it and stick together. I cant say how much i love this movie. I am so thankful for stumbling over it.

Reviewed by Sinclair Thomas 7 / 10 / 10

For Anton

There doesn't seem to be any moments that show a real connection between them that would solidify a base foundation for the infidelities and emotional insecurities that threaten their relationship. This, in turn, makes the film feel a bit trepidatious in making its ultimate point. All this can be rationalized as "real life," but the longer the film plays and the further each emotionally drift from each other, it feels like we want to see these characters fight to be with each other rather than let personally manufactured insecurities let the story peter out. Yet for these few dips, Newness sees Doremus further developing his directorial storytelling abilities while also showing what he can do better than most of his peers - tell a romantic story that feels so electric, alive, and which captures modern love in all of its beautiful and messy form. Newness is dedicated to the late Anton Yelchin, star of Doremus' Like Crazy, simply put: "To Anton, Into the Jungle."

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