Here's a no-nonsense love story that dispenses with the typical formulas and cliches of Hollywood romance movies. Anton Yelchin and Felicity Jones are two university students who get caught up in a whirlwind romance and the film plays out over several years as they try to maintain their relationship transcontinental. Not easy. It feels so real and you automatically understand that it's written from experience. All of the heightened emotions of falling in love are handled so realistically and the turmoils and insecurities are laid bare to the point that you feel like a voyeur watching two people's most intimate moments. There are lots of silent moments which allow the players to emote without vocalising. It's a real performer's movie! I loved it. Its well written and superbly acted. Anton Yelchin has matured into a great actor and has broken free from the child actor he used to be. I suspect lots will hate the meandering nature of Like Crazy but for me it hit the spot!