This movie is fantastic. I love the parallels David O. Russell draws with the structure of the film and the mental illnesses. The whole movie is one manic-depressive mess that actually works. One minute it is depressing, the next hilarious, the next depressing, the next uplifting.
Even the dance was manic-depressive and actually encapsulated the whole film, going from melancholy to rock and roll, then to romantic and balanced.
I thought the acting was great as well, though I'm not certain either of the leads should be nominated for a Golden Globe, as they are.
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