Pick a random title A Case of You

2013 3.0/5 R SuperHD 91 minutes

Nursing a secret crush on a cute coffee barista, a lowly writer sets out to become the man she desires -- by studying her Facebook profile.

Play Queue Netflix Page IMDB

Justin Long, Evan Rachel Wood, Keir O'Donnell, Busy Philipps, Sienna Miller, Peter Dinklage, Brendan Fraser, Vince Vaughn, Sam Rockwell Directed by Kat Coiro

Comedies, Romantic Comedies, Independent Movies, Romantic Independent Movies, Independent Comedies, Romantic Movies, Quirky Romance

Language:

Available since Dec 05, 2015. Queued 427 times from this site.

YouTube Trailer (may not be correct)

Fix YouTube Trailer

Fix YouTube Trailer

If the YouTube trailer is wrong, please copy the URL of a more appropriate YouTube trailer below

NYT Review: Romantic Comedy: Imbibe in Moderation

In “A Case of You,” a struggling writer remakes himself into the perfect match for the woman he has his eye on. — Andy Webster Read the review

Rotten Tomatoes® Scores
  44%   26%
Movie Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes®
 

The actors are on their game, with Long digging deeper than he's usually asked to, and Wood showing more restraint than she often does.

Elizabeth Weitzman, New York Daily News, 2013-11-07

 

"A Case of You" is perfectly enjoyable as far as indie rom coms go - just not particularly original.

Annlee Ellingson, Los Angeles Times, 2013-11-05

 

A Case Of You's characters and plot points will be familiar to anyone who's seen a movie in which a neurotic urbanite pines for a beautiful girl.

Ignatiy Vishnevetsky, AV Club, 2013-11-06

 

While this unrelentingly midtempo movie milks Brooklyn for its chic, it manages to denude it of its color.

Andy Webster, New York Times, 2013-11-05

 

A Case of You is a disappointing romantic comedy that aspires to social relevance until the third act, when it settles for pat Freudian revelations.

Inkoo Kang, Village Voice, 2013-11-05

 

Wood makes Birdie approachable enough that Sam's continuing treatment of her as a fantasy-girl, who could only like a fictionalized version of him, grows tiresome as the film progresses.

John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter, 2013-11-04