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  • Actors: Chris O'Donnell, Drew Barrymore, Matthew Lillard, Richard Chaim, Robert Nadir
  • Directors: Antonia Bird
  • Writers: Paula Milne
  • Producers: David Manson, John Landgraf, Marcus Viscidi
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Letterboxed, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Buena Vista Home Video
  • Release Date: Jan. 13 2004
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6305433917
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #57,413 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

Chris O'Donnell (BATMAN FOREVER, THE BACHELOR) and the seductive Drew Barrymore (CHARLIE'S ANGELS, BOYS ON THE SIDE) fall hard in MAD LOVE -- the wild and sexy story of two passionate young people who take to the road for the incredible adventure of their lives! Straitlaced Matt (O'DONNELL) is immediately captivated by Casey (BARRYMORE), the beautiful and unpredictably rebellious new girl in town who refuses to play by the rules! But when they're faced with permanent separation, they decide to leave everything behind and run away together ... and run head-on into the kind of passion, fun, and excitement you won't soon forget!

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kathryn Pointon on April 15 2004
Format: VHS Tape
Anyone who hasn't seen it yet, buy it. It is a romantic sad journey. Matt[o donell]meets casey[barrymore] at the school he goes, and soon after their first meeting, they get into a relationship that causes a journey to mexico. Matt never realised when he met her that she had a illness. They hit the road for a desperate attempt to stat together, due to their parents not wanting them to be together. The only thing is, it does get a bit dissapointing towards the end.
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Chris O'Donnell and Drew Barrymore star in this fast paced movie about two people who set off on their own and leave everything behind. O'Donnell stars as Matt, a straight-laced honors student who dreams of going to college. Barrymore is Casey, a girl from the wrong side of the tracks who is suffering from clinical depression. Matt spends his evenings spying on Casey through his telescope. Finally, he asks her out on a date, and they fall for each other.
Meanwhile, Casey's parents decide that Matt should no longer see Casey, and they forbid him to see her. She takes a handful of pills and ends up in rehab. Matt comes and breaks her out and they start on their cross country trip. However, there are mishaps along the way. They wreck their car and find that money is hard to come by. Casey has another bout with depression, and finally they are forced to return home.
Overall, I thought this was a good movie. I thought Barrymore and O'Donnell gave good performances, and I really liked Barrymore's character. Watch this movie; I think you'll enjoy it.
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By A Customer on July 14 2002
Format: VHS Tape
Quite a bit like Crazy/Beautiful, but hey? John Stockwell or whoever the hell produced that one copied this.
I just saw it today and missed the first half hour of it, but I know what it's about.
Matt and Casey are high school lovers. When Casey is locked up in a hospital for trying to kill herself, Matt doesn't wanna let her go so he sneaks her out of there and they run away, heading for Mexico. They stop...somewhere (forget where) and Casey gets her little mood-swingy personality back. Matt gets a bit freaked out and finds out from Casey's mom that Casey has bad psychological problems and really needs help.
Casey finds out about this, that Matt called her mom and she plans to kill herself, but Matt catches her on a hill or a cliff or whatever that was, something with sand, and she doesn't shoot herself, rather she gives in and lets him take her back to be hospitalized for her illness.
A very good movie, from what I saw of it.
And Drew Barrymore played with honesty, because from what I've heard she's been in just about the same situation as Casey.
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THIS IS A PERSONAL DREW BARRYMORE FAVORITE OF MINE SINCE IT REPLAYED MANY OF THE UNSTABLE EMOTIONS OF ADOLESCENCE AND SELF-UNCERTAINTY. DREW AND CHRIS HAVE SUCH MAGNETISM AND THEIR CHEMISTRY COMES ALIVE THROUGHOUT EACH SCENE. I ALSO LOVE THIS FILM BECAUSE IT WAS MADE DURING THE TIME WHEN DREW WAS KNOWN AS THE SEXY and beautiful "BAD GIRL" , BOTH IN HER MOVIE ROLES AND PERSONAL LIFE(REMEMBER THE BRILLIANT LETTERMAN INTERVIEWS?! excellent!) I MUST SAY THAT ALTHOUGH TODAY SHE REMAINS ONE OF MY FAVORITE ACTORS TODAY, I STILL PREFER THE BAD GIRL SEX APPEAL. CHARLIES AMGELS LOOKS GOOD AND I WILL DEFINATELY NOT MISS IT, BUT I WISH DREW WOULD HAVE BEEN FOCUSED UPON MORE RATHER THAN CAMERON DIAZ. DREW HAS HAD MORE NOTARIARTY, A LONGER RESUME AND HAS HAD A CAREER MUCH LONGER IN THE SPOTLIGHT THAN MOST OF HER CONTEMPORARIES. I WAITING FOR THE DAY WHEN DREW WILL RETURN TO HER PLATINUM BLONDE BOB, RIPPED JEANS AND CIGARETTE IN HAND HANGING WITH COURTNEY LOVE - I MISS HER EARLY 90'S GRUNGE SEX APPEAL! DREW IS THE QUEEN AND I LOVE HER!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. Mc on May 23 2004
Format: DVD
I think Drew is portraying a person with schizophrenic tendencies with the over sensitivity to sounds and pasting the eyes on the walls... I think it is a good depiction of the seriousness of these illnesses, it is not that she is playing a person filled with passion and rebellion, but someone who is trying to run from the fear of this illness...
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... This movie singlehandedly is dumbing down the teenagers of America.
Get this plot...some rich spoiled girl feels sorry for herself and feigns insanity. Some rich spoiled guy knows her for about a week and is suddenly in love with her. So the logical thing to do, of course, is steal a car and run away. Where are they going? Who knows. The girl is a rule breaker, and that's what is supposed to make her so coooooool.
So the two drive off cross country in their newly acquired car, breaking rules. Then at the end, they go home, and the girl is rightfully sent to a sanitorium. End of movie. No plot. No lesson. No mop thick enough to soak up the drool that's collected on the section of floor directly under my slightly open, dumbstruck mouth.
Drew should've carried through with her threat to put a bullet between O'Donnell's eyes. I would've given it five stars for that scene alone.
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This film had terrible music. The Plot was great but Paula Milne (screenwriter) didn't expoler the millions of different (and better) twists and turns that the chacters could have taken. This movie was supposed to resemble the "edgy" teen movies of the 1980's and it doesn't. The parents in the movie are portrayed as the bad guys which is very typical of teen movies. Chris O'Donell who is a talented actor does his best to work with so little and remains one of the few shining light in a very dark film. Drew Barrymore plays the same part she plays in almost every one of her movies only this time her chacter has a mentel illness. The only good thing about her preformence was her and O'Donell's great chemestry.
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