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Mad Love

Chris O'Donnell , Drew Barrymore , Antonia Bird    PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
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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
4.0 out of 5 stars not clinical depression May 23 2004
By D. Mc
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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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 10/10. 15TH APRIL 2004. 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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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Light Weight Teen Trash with a dash of charm. July 5 2003
By A Customer
The previous viewer was right "adults will think it's stupid" I'm an adult and I think it was stupid. Maybe a teenage girl would enjoy it but unfortunately it really is a very shallow look at mental illness. It's also kind of slow and boring. A movie filled with cliches about mental illness. The thing with all the eyes has been done so many times and what real mentally ill person has ever done that.
Then she's diagnosed just with depression? What about all her manic episodes.
That Chris What-his-name was a big yawn and
even the gorgeous, talented, charming, exqisite Drew Barrymore couldn't save this sinking ship.
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4.0 out of 5 stars GOOD MOViE! =) Feb. 7 2004
By BeBe
Format:VHS Tape
hey, who ever is reading this you need to watch this movie!!this is one of my favorite movies now,i was even crying and its the best movie with drew barrymore (in my opinon)
Its about this guy who falls in love with this new girl from chicago and then they spend lots of time together but then he finds out she needs clinical help for her mood swings,she even tried commiting suicide before.they run away from home and make a plan to go to mexico but then it didnt work out so they came home to try and help her get better.. trust me u need to watch this to know all the details!! its a great movie - mad love <3
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3.0 out of 5 stars drew Jan. 5 2004
This is the best drew barrymore film! O'Donnell was boring but Drew was great in it. The plot was predictible, but anyway it was still a good film.
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3.0 out of 5 stars could have been..better Nov. 26 2003
By Severe
Format:VHS Tape
I love this movie only for one thing. Drew barrymore. I think this has been her best role yet. But other than that the movie was a bit boring, chris was just.. not good enough to act with drew. he made this movie boring. and the parents were boring. only good thing was drew.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Educational Nov. 8 2003
Matt meets Casey, Matt falls in love with Casey, Casey and Matt run away, and Casey's untreated manic depression hits disturbingly familiar veins in a lot of viewers, namely , me. I should have payed closer attention, because my life just became Mad Love 2!!! If you're under 21, I highly recommend this movie, otherwise it's going to bore adults, but luckily, I was 20 when I saw this in a theater, first showing, on a rainy, sucky day that was perfect for taking your psycho girlfriend to a movie.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Retarded March 20 2003
... 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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