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Call number: DVD Comedy Nick

Available Copies: Downtown 1st Floor

Additional Details

Based on the novel by Rachel Cohn & David Levithan.

Special features: digital copy of the film; outtakes; deleted scenes; "Middle Management" music video by Bishop Allen; a Nick & Norah puppet show by Kat Dennings; filmmaker & cast commentaries.

Michael Cera, Kat Dennings, Aaron Yoo, Rafi Gavron, Ari Graynor, Alexis Dziena.

Nick knows exactly how long it has been since Tris broke up with him - three weeks, two days, and 23 hours. Now she is at his gig, with a new guy. Nick can't understand how she could have moved on so fast. But that night, Nick meets Norah. They have nothing in common except their taste in music. This begins the night of Nick, Norah and Manhattan. Now, this chance meeting turned into a crusdade to find a legendary rock band's secret show, ends up being a first date and a night that will change their lives forever.

DVD, region 1, anamorphic widescreen (1.85:1) presentation; Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital surround.

Reviews & Summaries

Community Reviews

The book was better.

I was really super looking forward to this movie because I adored the book and sort of love David Levithan's work. However, the vulnerability of the novel was lost in translation. READ THE BOOK. It's better.

Great

We liked this movie. Back in the days of late night Detroit, we did the clubs and got home after watching the sunrise on Belle Isle, What parents!? Seriously now. A good movie. The titles are well done even if the entire movie is semi believable. It is a movie afterall.

I'd fretted!

About giving a Micheal Cera film two & one half star, but it raised the average of prior post! One & a half? Below average is passing still! I'm going to say solidly average in effort! Base line holly wood or Tisch & Skirball school! It's failing is a none bankable, but likable star in lead when perhaps best as the support!

Mousy equivalent a, Sandra Bullock, might be Micheal Cera it's also in way done that is truly of neighbor hood play house: 'Rather than specifically playing "mousy", Meisner actor would instead wish continually appease other character to create appearance of the quality.'

That's the long an short of this film nearly any character encountered if not all fall!

Not a Complete Waste of Time

My favorite part of Nick & Nora’s Infinite Playlist is that it is only 90 minutes long. If it had been any longer, I would have regret the time I spent watching the movie.

Michael Cera played yet another version of George Michael Bluth from Arrested Development. Nick was Cera’s typical shambling and somewhat uptight character but with the added dimension of being a bit of a Casanova. The awkward high school student had quite the romantic episode with Norah within hours of their meeting. On top of this, his recent ex-girlfriend spent the majority of the movie in hot pursuit of him. At the same time Nick drove around with Febreeze and frequently spoke of the constant care required to maintain a vehicle. Multiple teenage girls swooning over such a boy is unbelievable.

Additionally, the plot was weak. The movie portrayed New Jersey high school students spending an entire night enjoying the New York City party scene. This is not interesting. I found it unlikely that they went to several clubs and were not once carded. Additionally, the whole crew of teenagers did not return home until the following morning and this did not seem to faze any of their parents.

On top of the fact that the characters are unbelievable and the plot is weak, the movie is not funny. Redeemably it is short; so if you want to watch an uninspiring movie about teenagers and don’t want to waste too much time, this is a good choice.

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