Young and athletic Sydney Harris finds out that she has six months to live unless she and her husband can come up with the money for her medical treatment. Sounds simple enough; get the money, save her life. But her underpaid, working class husband can't afford the treatment. And time is ticking away. As Sydney begins to seek out a means to save her life, she begins to question her existence and does some soul searching, only to find herself falling in love with a single mom in the neighborhood that Sydney and her family have just moved into. Sydney is then forced to choose between her religious upbringing, her husband and son, and a love that she hides, all while fighting a losing battle to save her own life.
James C (fr) wrote: I don't think this film knows exactly what it's trying to be. There are some funny moments, but overall it just feels a bit odd (and not in any particularly compelling manner).
Filipe C (ru) wrote: There's no real energy in A Case of You, which is a shame because it seems tailor-made for a new generation that fabricates love instead of letting it happen.
Carol Ann L (au) wrote: A good independent movie. Good cast. Interesting story. It kinda drives you insane
Lucas B (kr) wrote: Looks like a disgusting, badly acted film that I don't believe I will be watching anytime soon.
Jeff H (us) wrote: Been awhile. I have to rewatch to give an honest review.
Erick F (au) wrote: Great Spike Lee movie. In my opinion, this is his best work. The social commentary on both African American and Italian Families were very well done. The casting for this film was also spot-on. Samuel L. Jackson as Gator doesn't get enough credit. Gator is right next to Jules (Pulp Fiction). The music was also excellent. Great movie. I thoroughly enjoyed everything about it. Good concept, Good execution.
Denise S (ca) wrote: God !!!to have that body!!!!!if only!
Kevin C (nl) wrote: Movie night with Gertie.Parenting first time around i think i thought this was one of the best of the books, but that Azkaban was the pick of the films. I was wrong. This is a rollicking good film. Perhaps the last fun one, before they try to be cool and oh so dark. It's funny, has a quality Triwizard narrative; and has fun introducing the two other schools. It adopts knowing winks with the Jarvis Cocker cameos etc, and the fumbling, awkward discovery of sexuality. Just the Emo haircuts need to go.