Nick And Norah's Infinite Playlist [Blu-ray]  [Region Free]
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Romantic teen comedy set in the world of New York's indie rock scene. High school senior and indie band member Nick O'Leary (Michael Cera) is heartbroken after being dumped by the unfeeling Tris (Alexis Dziena). When he is unexpectedly thrust together with Norah (Kat Dennings), and the pair embark on a rambling and often surreal all-night quest for a secret gig by a legendary band, all his ideas about romantic encounters are blown apart.
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Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist is about a group of young people who have a crazy night out. Nick (played by Superbad and Juno star Michael Cera) and his band are playing a gig at a club, but Nick is distraught when he sees his ex-girlfriend in the crowd. The ex-girlfriend who recently dumped him, has completely ignored him ever since and is also there with a new guy. However, things may be looking up for Nick as he catches the eye of another girl who's in the audience, checking him out. Later, in an attempt to save face in front of her bitchy classmate, the girl, Norah (Kat Dennings, of The 40 Year Old Virgin and The House Bunny), asks Nick to pretend to be her boyfriend for five minutes, and kisses him. Trouble is, the bitchy classmate is Tris, Nick's ex. Tris' nose is immediately put out of joint because although she's finished with Nick, she doesn't want anyone else, much less her rival Norah, to have him.
The evening slowly descends into madness as Norah's best friend, Caroline, goes missing. Nick, Norah and Nick's gay bandmates all set out to find her, whilst at the same time seeking information on a secret gig which is taking place. The hottest band ever is playing a gig on the night in question, but they won't say where. Thrown together by circumstances, Nick and Norah discover a love for the same music and try to ignore the growing attraction between them. Eventually, it becomes impossible to ignore. But as Tris is on the rampage and Norah's ex won't leave her alone, things are complicated. The young couple must make some tough decisions, and soon.
Overall, I really enjoyed this film.Read more ›
Michael Cera is perfect (perhaps just playing himself?) is the kid who's halfway between geek-cool and geek-uncool, still struggling to get over being dumped. Kat Dennings is great as the wallflower struggling to get noticed next to her outrageous friends and her famous Dad's shadow.
The highlight from a broad supporting cast is Ari Graynor as the incredibly drunk liability Caroline, who is on her own middle-of-the-night adventure lost in the city for much of the film.
The DVD is packed with extras. There's all the usual stuff in abundance- outtakes, alternative takes (including some funny improv bits), two commentaries, a fake interview. The best extra though is the one in which Kat Dennings wiggles cut-out drawings of each character to tell the whole story of the movie in 5 minutes, throwing in a grizzly bear and doing all the voices. Every single movie should have a 5-minute cut-out version as an extra, it's hilarious.
Not maybe as worthy as "Juno" but a very strong film.
So I had never heard of it before let alone seen it. But Amazon kept recommending it to me so i bought it. It's been sat on my desk for months and just found the time to watch it and WOW, amazing, totally loved the relationship and the last 30mins of the film for me was the best part.
I wont give anything away. But trust me, £3 for this is amazing, this is better than some of the £12 DVD's I buy.
Not since Emily Blunt in "The Jane Austen Book Club" have I seen an actress so utterly gobsmacking in every way - a young woman who is just going to be the hugest star.
Possessed of a main of flowing red hair, Dennings is extraordinarily voluptuous - her chest is likely to make most men take a dip in the Volga to cool down - and even that won't work - her lips are so succulent that it may be detrimental to your heart rhythms to write about them let alone actually experience them - and don't get me started on her eyes - as vast and as deep and as beautiful as Natasha McElhone - one of the classiest actresses in the entire world.
But none of this would matter if there wasn't that `X' factor about Dennings that so many of the other wannabes don't have - Kat is the kind of actress the camera adores. And on top of this, she engenders genuine affection in her audience - men will fall hopelessly in love with her, while women will want to be her best buddy and pal. It's very, very rare - it really is - and this young American lady has it all in spades.
"Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist" is a 2009 teen romcom adapted by LORENE SCAFARIA from the hip novel by RACHEL COHN and is directed by PETER SOLLETT who had an Indie hit a few years back with "Raising Victor Vargas".
Another breakthrough performance is that of Norah's permanently inebriated girlfriend Caroline - brilliantly played by ARI GRAYNOR. She's a blast as the ditzy blonde - very funny and very likeable (there's a scene in a toilet involving puke, a mobile phone and chewing gum that will test your wince factor to the max and make you laugh out loud).Read more ›
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I didn't recieve this item but bought it from a charity shop! Love the film :)Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great film!, very entertaining film with great chemistry between the actors and an awesome soundtrack.Published 2 months ago by Marlon White
Amazing, really a feel good funny film to watch. Really loved itPublished 9 months ago by Peter Buchanan