“Boy meets girl. Boy falls in love. Girl doesn’t.”
Captures with such immediacy the elation and anxiety of new love, the tingle and the terror, the profound sense that you have never been more alive and the occasional wish that you could die on the spot.
– New Republic
A romantic comedy that feels like real life.
– New York Daily News
The ending is tidy and way too cute, but (500) Days is otherwise a different kind of love story: an honest one that takes a piece out of you.
– Rolling Stone
An unconventional rom-com which displays the same tinge of indie film influence as Juno and Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist. Funny and surprisingly thoughtful at times. The anti-thesis of the Sandra-Bullock-romantic-comedies we’re so often exposed to, 500 Days of Summer’s honest portrayal of love will present moments which most of us can relate to.
Doesn’t matter if you’re watching as a couple or alone. Give yourself a treat amidst your assignment and project deadlines.