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This is new territory for Fogelman, best known until now for collaborating on the scripts for animated fare such as “Tangled,” “Bolt” and both of Pixar’s “Cars” movies.His only big-screen live-action effort, 2007’s “Fred Claus,” was a debacle.He sees Emily again at their son Robbie's (Jonah Bobo) parent-teacher conference.The interaction goes well until they discover that Robbie's teacher is Kate, who reveals to Emily that she and Cal have slept together. Emily leaves in disgust and begins actively dating David.Jacob Palmer (Gosling) is a bar patron who is a devil with the ladies, even though Hannah (Emma Stone) seems to not only catches his eye but seems to be different.Cal goes to Jacob’s bar and Jacob sees that Cal needs help and so he teaches him in the ways of bar mating, and gives him numerous fashion tips.It takes Cal a while, but after a night with Hannah (Marisa Tomei) – who is turned on by his honesty – he figures out the bar scene.But then Jacob meets Hannah again, and Cal’s still in love with his wife, which his son points out.
Its excellent ensemble cast notwithstanding, “Crazy, Stupid Love” risked being lumped in with the numerous smutty farces we’ve endured this year, starting with “The Dilemma” and “Hall Pass,” and continuing all the way up through “Horrible Bosses” and the as-yet unreleased “The Change-Up.” “Crazy, Stupid Love” does belong in their company.Though it refuses to be reduced to a simple, one-sentence pitch, “Crazy, Stupid’s” various storylines revolve around the shattered love life of happily married Cal (Carell), who has a midlife crisis foisted upon him when Emily (Julianne Moore), his wife of nearly 30 years, files for divorce. As written by Dan Fogelman (a Disney-Pixar vet whose credits include “Tangled” and “Cars”) and directed by tonal tightrope walkers Glenn Ficarra and John Requa (“I Love You Phillip Morris”), Cal is the heart-on-his-sleeve sort, prone to candid declarations of love and other sentimental gestures.Still, he doesn’t put up a fight when Emily breaks the bad news.Watching not terribly clandestinely from the bar, Cal (Steve Carell, rear) analyzes the moves being demonstrated by new friend Jacob (Ryan Gosling), as he smoothly and successfully picks up yet another willing woman.Cal, trying to navigate the dating scene he never really experienced back in his own youth, has a long way to go.