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Like Crazy


Nov 17, 2011

Latest Home Video

Mar 05, 2012

MPAA Rating



Drake Doremus


Anton Yelchin
Felicity Jones
Jennifer Lawrence


2011 Paramount Pictures

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Still shot from the movie: Like Crazy.

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Immigration red tape threatens to strangle the romantic relationship of a young couple when Anna (Felicity Jones) from London is forced to leave Jacob (Anton Yelchin) from America because she didn't heed the expiry date on her visa.

Content Details

Why Is Like Crazy Rated PG-13?

Like Crazy is rated PG-13 for sexual content and brief strong language.

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Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Like Crazy...

Violence: A couple argues briefly. Characters are not honest with their partners.

Sexual Content: Clothing reveals some female cleavage. Couples are seen in bed together with some depiction of bare backs and shoulders, sexual movement and sounds. A couple showers together with only limited skin seen.

Language: The script contains one strong sexual expletive, infrequent profanities and some terms of Deity.

Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters frequently drink in social settings, homes and at bars. Some people drink to deal with stress.

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Immigration legalities also affect the lives of the characters in The Visitor. Other long distant relationships are depicted in Dear John and The Lake House.

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Canadian Movie Ratings

PG Sexually Suggestive Scene, Coarse Language.
AB PG Coarse Language.
MB 14A
ON 14A Sexual Content.
Not Rated

Canadian Home Video Rating: PG

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Details on home video releases of Like Crazy...

Home Video Notes: Like Crazy

Release Date: 6 March 2012

Like Crazy releases to home video in a Combo Pack (Blu-ray/DVD/Ultraviolet Digital Copy). The package includes:

- Deleted/alternate scenes with optional commentary.

- Commentary by director Drake Doremus, editor Jonathan Alberts, and cinematographer John Guleserian.

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