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Mad Love (1995 film)

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Director  Antonia Bird
Initial DVD release  January 18, 2000
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Country  United States
5.2/10 IMDb


Genre  Drama, Romance
Music director  Andy Roberts
Writer  Paula Milne
Language  English
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Release date  May 26, 1995 (1995-05-26)
Cast  Chris O'Donnell (Matt Leland), Drew Barrymore (Casey Roberts), Matthew Lillard (Eric), Richard Chaim (Duncan), Robert Nadir (Coach), Joan Allen (Margaret Roberts)
Similar movies  Toy Story 3, 21, Dances with Wolves, Neighbors, Cashback, Good Will Hunting
Tagline  A wild and sexy adventure!

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Mad Love is a 1995 teen romantic drama film directed by Antonia Bird and starring Drew Barrymore and Chris O'Donnell. The screenplay was written by Paula Milne. The original music score is composed by Andy Roberts.

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Plot

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In Seattle, straight-laced Matt Leland (O'Donnell) falls in love with Casey Roberts (Barrymore), the new girl at their high school who's from Chicago. They begin a sexual relationship. His father disapproves of this and her parents try to stop them from continuing to see each other. She deliberately sets off the fire alarm at school, knowing that there is no fire there, and is subsequently suspended. She has an argument with her parents when they tell her they are sending her to a boarding school. She takes an overdose and her parents subsequently arrange to have her committed. Matt helps Casey escape from an acute psychiatric ward, and as they run away they both deal with her borderline personality disorder.

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Casey is eccentric in nature. Her impulsiveness and extreme risk-taking attitude and behavior is attributed to her illness, in which she experiences severe highs and lows of emotion. Her frequent intense feelings, of passion towards Matt and of fear and destructiveness, dominate her persona. Throughout the relationship, Matt selflessly puts her needs before his. The severity of this increases as her mental state worsens.

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Heading toward Mexico in his SUV, Casey becomes increasingly reckless and over-emotional. They crash and abandon the vehicle. They hitchhike, accepting a lift from a salesman (Liev Schreiber). He puts his hand on her crotch and Casey puts her lit cigarette on his face. He throws her out and a fight ensues between him and Matt. They steal his car and continue their journey. Casey becomes more distressed and Matt does his best to help her. He becomes scared, and after Casey threatens suicide, and also threatens to kill Matt with a gun she took from the glove compartment in the salesman's car, they return to Seattle and their families, where she is readmitted to the psychiatric hospital. Matt goes home and later receives a letter from Casey telling him she has moved back to Chicago and now feels significantly better. Casey says she has good memories of their time together.

Reception

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Mad Love received mixed reviews from critics, as the film currently holds a 30%rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 25 reviews. Chris O'Donnell's performance was highly praised by critics.

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Variety published a mixed review by critic Emanuel Levy. He labeled the film as "yet another variation on amour fou and love on the run that makes little sense and fails to reach the heart". He also commented that "large sections of the pic are immensely likable" and highlighted aspects such as the realistic portrayal of mental illness. The media service LoveFilm also gave a mixed review, calling the film a "b-movie road adventure".

Soundtrack

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  • "Love Buzz" – Nirvana
  • "Slowly, Slowly" – Magnapop
  • "Citysong" – Luscious Jackson
  • "Glazed" – Rocket from the Crypt
  • "Scratch" – 7 Year Bitch
  • "Mockingbirds" – Grant Lee Buffalo
  • "Let's Go for a Ride" – Cracker
  • "Haydn String Quartet No.1 3rd Movement" – Joseph Haydn
  • "Ultra Anxiety (Teenage Style)" – Madder Rose
  • "Icy Blue" – 7 Year Bitch
  • "Here Comes My Girl" – Throneberry
  • "Fallout" – Fluorescein
  • "Ah, Fuggi Il Traditor" – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • "Stutter" – Elastica
  • "Shakin' Shakin' Shakes" – Los Lobos
  • "Let Freedom Ring (Volumes 4, 5 e 6)" – Mark Germino
  • "Mona Lisa Overdrive" – Head Candy
  • "As Long as You Hold Me" – Kirsty MacColl

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    References

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