Blue Valentine is 2010's #2 film. And I really can't tell you about it. I'll say what I can, of course, but its definitely better for film viewers to go in with no idea what the film is truly about, and for that reason the filmmakers should be pleased that the vast majority of people intending to see this only really know this title for the initial NC-17 rating the MPAA gave it before an appeal brought it down to rated R before release. Frankly, it was kind of silly for the film to get such a rating, and this should mean some success for the simply-made indie film, especially with award season underway.
Jen Lindley or Alma Beers. As Cindy, she has to undergo emotional transformation that goes from happiest she's ever been to distraught in the range of a scene or two and never once is she unbelievable in doing so. What is even better than their individual performances is how well they work as a couple, their chemistry is so that together they make possibly the most believable film couple of 2010, surpassing many comprised of far more established actors.