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Last week's tabloid cover may show a huge celebrity breakup and the week after it will feature the same exes and who they're already dating next.And although this isn't the case with all of Hollywood, there are a few we like to call Celebrity Serial Daters., Nicole, the self-destructive, party-hearty daughter of a California congressman meets Carlos, a well-grounded, ambitious jock with dreams of flying planes for the Navy.
Our backgrounds, past experiences, and career paths are as different as can be, which makes our perspectives different on almost everything. a total stranger, disagreed and tweeted back that he feels judged by people who don’t understand him, because “it usually means they think I’m weird.” My thing is maybe cynical, but I feel like a guy just naturally getting it—“it” being your references, your assumptions, your priorities—is so much less important than the D-grade-diamond dude-quality of being genuinely interested in finding everything out, from zero.Carlos stands by his girlfriend and even encourages her to have a heart-to-heart talk with her dad, which she does.That communication leads to expressions of love by her father and the promise of long-term healing in Nicole’s family.Constrained by the need to conform to a safe, expected narrative structure, Crazy/Beautiful never does anything surprising, edgy, or remarkable (except perhaps allowing Kirsten Dunst to appear in unflattering makeup with a lank haircut).The characters are familiar types: the wild girl on the edge; the hard-working, studious boy who is attracted to her like a moth to a flame; the caring father who doesn't understand his daughter; the free-spirited best-friend; and, worst of all, the wicked step-mother.
She is undisciplined, sullen around the house, and given to alcoholic binges.