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Addicted to Her Love

Daryl Hannah , Lizzy Caplan    R (Restricted)   DVD

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At a graduation party, Jonah Brand catches the eye of the popular and beautiful Sara Weller. When her hard-partying circle of friends learns Johan works at a pharmacy they welcome him into their group and lure him down a dark path of lies, deceit and larceny. Starring Daryl Hannah, Lizzy Caplan and D.J. Cotrona.

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Amazon.com: 4.2 out of 5 stars  4 reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars OK Movie for 18-25 year-olds Jan. 1 2013
By A. M. Nardei - Published on Amazon.com
I struggled with giving this film only two stars. It had some merit but reviews are relative and I wish I hadn't wasted 90+ minutes of my life watching it. I considered my age of 53 and decided that the film may be more entertaining to my son or daughter.

It's ironic that the only character with a loving parent felt the most alone. He also had depth (choice of his reading material) and a job. The privileged kids were cool and seemingly had everything. These young adults had no jobs, threw parties at their parent's houses and drove BMWs. They hung at parties that most 18 year-olds aren't invited to. I have little doubt that such parties occur but the film's setting is only a reality if you grew up in stereotyped Beverly Hills with stereotyped wealthy detached parents. The underprivileged but loved kid is ostracized by the wealthy cool kids but somehow gets his foot in the door with the in-crowd. He resents his loving mother and makes poor choices. I've seen it before.

In my experience "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" and "Train Spotting" are closer to reality for most. Then again, I may be showing my age with such a comment.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Toxic Little Thing called Love Dec 14 2011
By Caryss Wood-Behan - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Jonah, a high-school senior who works as a pharmacist's clerk, falls in with the drug-addled, party-hearty group from school.

Although Jonah's social status in school falls considerably short of the popular ranking, he has had his eye on Sara, a girl from the "in group," since freshman year of high school. Opportunistic motives impel Sara, her boyfriend, Troy, and the rest of their cliche to include Jonah, if only superficially, in their racy world which Jonah, likewise, uses to his advantage in pursuing Sara. As his involvement with Sara's friends evolves so does his determination to have Sara for himself, despite her relationship with Troy. One particular incident of cataclysmic proportion ushers in a sub-plot that serves as a platform for the movie.

Although a couple of the peripheral characters might benefit from some elocution lessons to remedy their nearly inaudible mumble-speak, the film's two main stars deliver outstanding performances. Lizzy Caplan (Sara), who resembles Sarah Jessica Parker as a girl, possesses stunning beauty and deep, soulful facial expressions that communicate wordlessly. John Patrick Amedori, best known for his role on TV's "Gossip Girl," shines in his sympathetic portrayal of a vulnerable person unraveling within the emotional maelstrom of obsessive love.
4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ADDICTED Dec 13 2010
By derek - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
this is a great movie! i like these kind of crazy twisted movies that have you in awe by the end of the movie. i had a lot of crazy experiences growing up and these kind of movies take me back to those days. yet those days are not gone, i am just ignorant to them now like most american are. it is crazy, the number of people in the underworld of using yet can still pull off their 2nd life. thats basically what it is. nothing but living 2 lives because you cant stand the one you are stuck in, so you use to "take off the edge". dont worry, nothing i am babbling about has anything to do with the movie directly. just expressing what this movie made me feel.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars watched it more than once movie Sept. 22 2012
By WL - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
I thought this movie was great. I have ADHD but it kept me glued to it the entire time and I had to watch this one more than once like all the other great movies I like. I think the acting was amazing. The guy who played Jonah did some really good acting with this part. I was impressed!It made me think of my own childhood and the years in high school that I wasnt popular either and it always seemed everything the poor kid said wasnt "good enough" or cool enough for anyone to take an interest in him except Sarah. Poor Jonah was desperate to get close enough to her and what came so easily to others, never came that way to Jonah. He had to lie about not knowing Sarah's mom was an actress when Sarah finally spoke to Jonah at the high school grad party that he showed up to by himself. Definately could relate to Jonah's shyness and his lacking of social skills in this film. well I could relate to the using drugs and partying too LOL!!!
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