爱情于灵药

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爱情于灵药篇一:纽约时报:Love and Other Drugs《爱情与灵药》影评

A Young Viagra Salesman Sees Lust Turn into Love

By A. O. SCOTT

Published: November 23, 2010

Since most romantic comedies take place in a perky, generic present, you may be surprised to see a note in the opening titles informing you that the action in “Love & Other Drugs” starts in 1996. Why so specific? Is there some world-historical event looming on the horizon that will change the characters’ lives forever? Or does the director, Edward Zwick, simply want to evoke a bygone-but-not-too-distant era when a young person could have a lot of fun and make a lot of money without worrying too much about whatever it is young people nowadays worry about (war, terrorism, recession, Facebook)?

The answer is, to some extent, both. The year 1996 was, among other things, that of “Jerry Maguire,” and in its freewheeling, fast-moving first act, “Love & Other Drugs” seems to be staking out similar thematic territory. (It also has some affinities with the more recent and somber “Up in the Air”).

We are introduced to Jamie Randall (Jake Gyllenhaal), a fellow brimming with self-confidence and cheerful aggression but not quite sure what to do with himself besides sell stuff (home electronics and then pharmaceuticals) and sleep with a lot of women. The underachieving son of an eminent Chicago doctor — Jamie’s sister is also in medicine, while his brother is a geeky software millionaire — Jamie has more charm than ambition. He’s a Clinton-era free spirit: feckless, a bit lost, waiting to see what kind of luck or love comes his way, but never doubting that something will.

Which brings us to the world-historical event that makes Jamie’s fortune and takes some pressure off the screenwriters (who are Mr. Zwick, his longtime collaborator Marshall Herskovitz and Charles Randolph, author of “The Life of David Gale,” among other things.) In 1998, you may recall, the real-life company Pfizer, the fictional Jamie’s employer, began marketing sildenafil citrate under the brand(来自:www.zhaoQt.NeT 蒲公桃花色综合影院摘:爱情于灵药) name Viagra. The rest is late-night talk show monologue history, and the filmmakers are not too proud to stoop to some easy, naughty and in some cases very funny jokes and gags, including an extended sequence involving the drug’s most notorious side effect.

Supply your own double entendre here. I’m not really allowed to. But “Love & Other Drugs” does not really stand or fall on the basis of its smutty, sexual humor. It does have some elements likely to be cherished by connoisseurs of coarse laughs, notably Jamie’s younger brother, Josh (Josh Gad), who is the tubby, shlubby, erotically challenged (if not dowight gross) sidekick every big-screen player seems to need.

But low farce is only one substance in the film’s dispensary. “Love & Other Drugs” is a sometimes intoxicating, sometimes headache-inducing cocktail: a sweet, libidinous love story; a candid comedy of bedroom and workplace manners; and, most bravely, if also most jarringly, a medical melodrama involving a chronic and very serious disease.

Assigned to a rusty, reasonably picturesque stretch of the American heartland (and to a supervisor played by the reliably put-upon Oliver Platt), Jamie tries to persuade a hot-shot doctor (Hank Azaria) to prescribe Pfizer’s drug Zoloft instead of Prozac. The task has some perils (being punched out by a rival played by Gabriel Macht), and a few perks as well (going to bed with one of the doctor’s receptionists, played by Judy Greer). It also brings about a cute meeting with Maggie Murdock (Anne Hathaway), who sees right through Jamie’s game (not long after he peeks at her breasts) and plays along with it anyway.

Maggie is an artist (she seems to have moved into Melissa’s loft from “thirtysomething,” which remains Mr. Zwick and Mr. Herskovitz’s best work), an adventurer, and a bit of a cynic in matters of the heart. She also has early-onset Parkinson’s disease, an affliction that casts a complicated shadow over her relationship with Jamie and gives the movie a gravity it does not quite know how to handle. Now and then she experiences tremors and bouts of self-pity, but most of all her illness makes her wary of growing too close to Jamie and provides an explanation for her no-strings, commitment-shy approach to intimacy.

Ms. Hathaway and Mr. Gyllenhaal are frequently delightful to watch, and their ease together is a rebuke to the self-conscious, emotionally cautious protocols of modern movie romance. They look good in what might be considered period clothes — wayfarer sunglasses and crisp suits for him, waifish ensembles of knitted layers for her — and also in their birthday suits. Jamie and Maggie have fun in the sack, and on the floor, and wherever else the mood strikes. Their intense and almost immediate sexual connection opens the door to emotions that neither is quite prepared for but that neither wants to resist, and the actors are at their most appealing and persuasive when they explore the borderland between ardor and ambivalence.

But there is an asymmetry in the way the characters are conceived that undermines the film’s credibility. We know a lot about Jamie’s temperament, his ambitions and his background. His parents, played by George Segal and Jill Clayburgh (in her last film appearance), are on screen briefly, but they ground Jamie in a social and familial milieu and help us understand who he is.

Maggie, in contrast, is less a person than a sentimental, fairy-tale conceit: a tragic affliction, an artistic attitude and an unchecked libido conjured out of thin air to test her lover’s resolve and deepen his soul. That she often seems like more is entirely to Ms. Hathaway’s credit.

And it is to Mr. Zwick’s credit that “Love & Other Drugs” almost works, sustaining its blend of melodrama, low comedy and graceful wit for a good hour or so, but then succumbing to treacle, evasion and maudlin convention at the end. Unfortunately the effects of the movie, therapeutic and intoxicating though they are, wear off before it is over.

“Love & Other Drugs” is rated R (Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian). A lot of sex, some (mostly legal) drugs.

爱情于灵药篇二:《爱情灵药》电影完整版

爱情灵药 愛情靈藥 (2002)

导演:苏照彬 编剧:苏照彬 主演:光良 / 陈升 / 刘虹桦 / 戴立忍 类型:喜剧 / 悬疑 / 冒险 制片国家/地区:台湾 语言:英语 / 汉语普通话 上映日期:2002-04-12 片长:Taiwan:92 分钟 又名:Better Than Sex

剧情简介

一家日本电视台筹划“台湾不良高生改变计划”节目,栏目组抵达台湾,由此与几个年轻人产生了互动??意外购得暗杀名刀“全丸”的断掌三兄弟筹划行劫,却一直被有道德洁

癖的疯警察(戴立忍 饰)追索。而十七岁的高才生林祖状(光良 饰)自幼为自己过长的下体苦恼,所幸在十岁那年,贩卖黄书的书店郑老板(陈升 饰)收纳林祖状在店内帮手,亦用黄书使林摆脱自卑,得到女性的安慰,岂料林从此对真人失去兴趣,令暗恋他的女生谭小英(刘虹桦 饰)心碎。不久郑老板急病身亡,遗嘱林祖状拜访他暗恋多年的疯警察之妻,林在警察家里终于确定了自己的真爱,他带着郑老板的期许,去找寻那个心中的女孩??

影片短评

看这片儿时,我一直在想,光良是不是真的...那啥啊~~

青灯,红灯,命运的青红灯,倒数3210,你要去哪里????忘掉A书,忘掉A片,当你打手枪时,浮现在你脑海中的,就是你最喜欢的那个女孩

升哥一脸无辜的遗像简直萌死我了,故事讲的散,多线叙事基本失败,但几乎不影响呈现出的才华横溢。集合了各种我爱的元素:一脸淡定的怪咖,犯傻的严肃者,骚情纯情前史故事,对青春迷惘的调侃式探讨(总是看起来那么亲切不装逼),天真台客(看插曲大面积的张震岳),升哥。

模仿痕迹严重,过渡很烂。通篇异样,感觉就一主说中文的日本片,但是水平比较菜。没有哲理,没有演技,没有爆点,搞笑也很疲软。配乐较用心,但是没引力。

爱情于灵药篇三:经典爱情物语,伤感爱情物语

经典爱情物语,伤感爱情物语

你我都是单翼的天使,惟有彼此的拥抱才能展翅飞翔,据说人来到世上就是为了寻找另一半的,我千辛万苦终于找到了你,靠!却发现咱俩的翅膀是一顺边的。

你知道吗?爱你并不容易。当我陶醉在爱的世界,享受爱情的甜蜜时,也使我深深的体会到“爱一个人真的好难”。

在繁忙的工作中请您接受我最真挚的诚意和祝福;愿我的祝福消除一天工作带来的疲劳;愿幸福和快乐伴随着您生活的每一天。

没有你的天,不蓝!没有你的花,不艳!没有你的饭,不香!没有你的眠,不甜!亲爱的,你为什么还不回来?

宝贝宝贝我爱你,就象老鼠爱大米,你是天上的凤凰飞啊飞,我是地上的豺狼追啊追,我不打你也不骂你,我用感情折磨你。

佛说:前世的五百次回眸,才换来今生的擦肩而过。如果真的是,我愿用一万次去换与你的相遇,能告诉你:“好想好好爱你”。

高难度的爱情,是月色、诗歌、三十六万五千朵玫瑰,加上永恒;高难度的婚姻,是账簿、证书、三十六万五千次争吵,加上忍耐;高难度的人生,是以上两者皆无。

一见钟情爱上你二话不说想追你三番四次来找你五朵玫瑰送给佻六神无主想泡你七次八次来烦你九颗真心打动你十分满意就是你。

早晨的太阳红彤彤,我俩的爱情一场空。中午的太阳红似火,为什么受伤的总是我?傍晚的太阳西边落,都是女人惹的祸!

你给过我一生中最快乐的日子,也给了我一辈子的伤悲。我渴望你给我的快乐,但我不希望你再带给我伤害。

你是早上的面包,夏天的雪糕,山东人的大蒜,四川人的辣椒。遇到你心跳加快,不见你心情变坏,梦见你时间过得太快,拥有你但愿不是漫长的等待。

给你开一付爱情灵药:真心一片,温柔二钱,尊重三分,体贴四味,谅解五两。以健康为药引,以似水柔情送服之,剂量不限,多多益善。长期服用可白头偕老。

如果把女孩按姿色分为漂亮、有气质、可爱、爱国、遵守交通规则五个等级的话,你只能被排在爱国和遵守交通规则之间。

想你想的都不行了;穿衣裳也没有造型了;跟谁也整不出情感了;走到哪也不受欢迎了;想问题也赶不上列宁了;心脏没事也偷停了;肺炎也不典型了!

鱼对水说:你看不见我的眼泪,因为我在水里。水说:我能感觉到你的眼泪,因为你在我心里。

爱一个人就是在拔通电话时,忽然不知道说什么好,原来只是想听听那熟悉的声音,原来真正想拔通的只是自已心底的一根弦。

单身是领悟,恋爱是失误,分手是觉悟,结婚是错误,离婚是醒悟,再婚是执迷不悟,没有情人是废物情人多了是动物。

可爱的你偷走我的情、盗走我的心,我决定告你上法庭,该判你什么罪呢?法官翻遍所有的犯罪记录和案例,最后陪审团一致通过:判你终生归我监禁。

你的眼睛眨一下,我就死过去了,你的眼睛再眨一下,我就活过来了,你的眼睛眨来眨去,我就死去活来。

把那誓言轻轻戴在你的手指,从此以后俩个人要一生一世,仔仔细细看看你今夜美丽的样子,将是我未来怀抱里唯一的名字。

如果世界只剩十分钟,我会和你一同回忆走过的风雨,如果世界只剩三分钟,我会吻你,如果世界只剩一分钟,我会说60次我爱你……

什么叫浪漫?明知那个女孩儿不爱他,还送给她999朵玫瑰;什么叫浪费?明知那个女孩儿爱他,还送给她999朵玫瑰。

每个女人都有两个版本:精装本和平装本。精装本是给别人看的,平装本是给家人和丈夫看的。婚姻中的丈夫只看到妻子的平装本和别的女人的精装本--这就是婚外恋的动机。

当男人遇上爱情,他会变得宽容,包容女人的一切的弱点。当女人遇上爱情,她会变得仔细,发现男人的一切的缺点。

一天不见想看你,两眼发直没有气,三次拿起电话机,四肢冰凉汗直滴,五脏六腑在叹气,七嘴八舌怪自己,久而久之有主意,十点之前我等你。

想不到你好花心;骗完就走好狠心;劝你回头好费心;为时已晚好揪心;认错了你好痛心;你的样子好恶心!

执子之手,与子共著。执子之手,与子同眠。执子之手,与子偕老。执子之手,夫复何求。

你不是一本畅销书,但在我眼里是经典,很耐读,我愿读你一辈子。

你快回来,我一人饭做不来。你快回来,饭桌因你而精彩。别让我的胃空如大海!

其实,男人结婚是错误,离婚是觉悟,再婚是执迷

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