Unfortunately the premise hinges on an event that I couldn't realistically buy for a second so any sadness the characters felt didn't have enough of an impact on me because there was always this looming anger towards them for being so dumb and getting themselves in this situation.The ending is a smart move, but it's also a pretty straight Graduate rip-off, so I can't commend it too much."It's been devastating," the Theory of Everything actress, 32, said of his passing in a freak accident in June."It doesn't feel like there's any justice or there's no way of understanding it, really. He really was a unique soul." Jones and Yelchin played love interests in the award-winning 2011 romantic drama Like Crazy. The movie won the Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize.So I'm pretty lukewarm on it overall, but I at least admired the acting.Felicity Jones opened up about the death of her late costar Anton Yelchin in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
Friends and fans inside and outside Hollywood are flocking to twitter to share their favorite role of his that shows off his skills.Hollywood is still reeling over the loss of one of its great young performers.Actor Anton Yelchin was found dead from a tragic car accident early Sunday morning.Its simplicity makes Like Crazy all the more effective.Like Crazy garnered critical acclaim, winning Grand Jury Prize at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. Andrew Barker from Variety called the film “an exquisite, beautifully acted gem.”NPR reviewer David Edelstein said, “Yelchin [has] the rawness, the spontaneity of little kids,” and you can really see that in his performance early in the film.“Jones and Yelchin manage to register eight or nine distinct degrees of quiet ambiguity, throughout” Barker wrote, “ranging from tenderness to spite.” In one scene towards the end of the film, the reconciled couple fight over some snooped text messages—who hasn’t been in that situation?