[Movie]Love and other drugs

Movie total pnts rank Rank 2,770in 5,309 titlesTotal 1 / Deviation 48.51
Movie rank of 2011 Rank 72in 187 titles
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Edward Zwick
Jake Gyllenhaal Anne Hathaway
Charles Randolph Marshall Herskovitz
Japan Released:2011/11/19(Sat)
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1. http://video.foxjapan.com/love-drugs/index.html (Translation)
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2012/05/12 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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[good point]
The next person should see. A person interested in the business of a pharmaceutical company. A person who is interested in Parkinson 's disease. Anne Hathaway, a person who wants to see nude of Jake Gyllenhaal (this movie is famous for nude appearing more frequently). People who want to see pretty serious romance.

The biggest pharmaceutical company in the world that saturated the work of a salesman of Pfizer pharmaceuticals in a real way. I was surprised because the real name of Pfizer's medicine name also comes out. Even though there are quite a lot of negative descriptions (such as abandoning drugs at rival companies or unauthorized access to medical-related data) I was surprised that Pfizer often allowed it.

I was surprised at the advice of an old male with a wife of Parkinson's disease in the convention in Chicago that comes out at the end of the story. I've never heard of such expressions of what Parkinson's disease really means.

The romantic part was pretty well done, the last confession scene is also moving.

How to use music is good. Especially music when it comes to a romantic scene (the scene of confession of the last).

[Bad point]
The character of Anne Hathaway's character is too bad.
There are many ambiguous points in the setting. What about parents and family of Anne Hathaway? Why do you have such money with waitresses?
The comedy part of the satire and the serious thought romance do not mix well.
I can not think that the main character of Sex XX crazy will marry a character of Hathaway well.
I know that it needed a relief, but that brother character is a little too dirty.
The romantic part is too typical of Hollywood. (The part that chases the bus last).

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