I wouldn't have guessed that Crazy, Stupid, Love would be the film I'd be most looking forward to see at the end of the month. I guess you could chalk that up to expectations not being met elsewhere. Or you could attribute it to the presence of a nicely assembled cast, not to mention a stylistic integrity. In a year so entirely about place and setting, this one isn't so much about broad landscapes or cities as it is about rooms. It adds another layer of interpretation onto the film, and the fact that people are taking these things so seriously this year impresses me. Also, Ryan Gosling looks fantastic in everything.