Based on 546 votes and 22 reviews
what a great movie...a must see
Far and a way my favorite film. It's not just some gay interest film: it's a great coming of age film that deals with a lot of issues in a gentle but honest way.
tres emouvant et en meme temps tres drole,tres bon film
OMG! J`ai adoré le film! i loooved it! Faut bien que je represente pour tout les personnes qui parle la magnifique langue francaise! Represent for all the french talking people out their..J`vous aime! Much love! ^_^
AWESOME!!!!!!! AMAZING I AM IN AWE!
One of the most touching movies made. absolutly breath taking it is a privilege to have seen it!!!
awesome ,,,w as the best movie that beat the hell out of most us movies...we put up with garbage but europe and canada....way to go thats where i really look for serious films.... and this one aint no exception...the emotions will blow u away. this movie is about growing up and we all go through this phase and its awesome that its been captured so well on celluloid.... great acting and a great afternoon to spend watching it.... saif in chicago
I was lucky enough to see C.R.A.Z.Y at the Canadian Embassy here in Washington DC last night and loved it. I don`t understand why it isn`t in general distribution in the US; it would pack `em in at art houses all over! We`re not all so dumb that we can`t read subtitles. Great music, cinematography, and superb writing and acting.
As an English speaking Canadian in Toronto with warm memories of life in Montreal in the seventies, I found this film a really well done piece of nostalgia for me as the recreation of home life in Montreal in the sixties, seventies and eighties. The details in the settings - the pop music and its influence - the dress of the characters - all are extremely well done. As a parent in my fifties, to watch the story of these parents and their struggles as their sons grow into adults is wonderful and touching to watch. There is a pleasant sentimentality in the telling of the story, and much in the struggles of the brothers that is familiar to any
Beats the crap out of Brokeback Mountain - a way better handling of the gay issue. Great music, great recreation of the fashions of each era. A thoroughly entertaining movie!
Finally, a movie that makes you feel good when you walk out of the theatre.
Very good flick.
It was a great movie about a boy and his life from a little to a thirty year old man from 1960-1990.
If you`ve seen Berlin Film Fest winner Transamerica, you might want to see C.R.A.Z.Y. I promise you won`t regret it. Although the title sounds a bit, well, crazy, the story is simply marvelous. Set in the 1960`s Quebec, C.R.A.Z.Y. chronicled the lives of the Beaulieus, a hip suburban family headed by a gruff and macho father. Told mainly from the perspective of the fourth youngest son, Zachary, in a brood of five all-male children, the story depicts the era of uncertainty and growing up around booze, music and sex. Zachary used to be a favorite son of his father until the latter chanced upon him wearing dress and jewelry and "mothering"
the best movie of the year!!!!!!!
I`m C.R.A.Z.Y for this movie!!
I was totally taken when I saw it last summer...I`m still thinking about it 3 months later...
Gorgeous movie with poignancy!! Why is this gem of a movie not getting more attention?!!! Worthy of an Oscar nomination.
A brilliant masterpiece of Canadian cinema!!
This is truly the best film of the year...bar none. Please go see it and PASS THE WORD ALONG! We need to support Canadian cinema. A film we can truly be proud of!
This was one of the best french movies ever made in 20 years!!!... I absolutely loved it and i am going to buy it when it comes out!!..HUMBLE