In this quirky romantic comedy about love and fate, a young greeting card writer (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is hopelessly, helplessly searching for the girl of his dreams...and his new co-worker, Summer Finn (Zooey Deschanel), may just be “the one.” But the 500 days of their offbeat relationship reveal (in no particular order) that the road to happiness can be unpredictable, uncontrollable—and unbelievably funny!
**Forced Trailers: Post Grad, Whip It, Jennifer's Body, All About Steve
**Feature Commentary with Director Marc Webb, Writer Michael Webber, Co-Writer Scott Newstator and Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt
**Lost Days of Summer: 9 Deleted and Extended Scenes with Optional Commentary by Director Marc Webb, Writer Michael Webber, Co-Writer Scott Newstator and Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt
**Means Cinemash: "Sid and Nancy/500 Days of Summer"
**Not A Love Story:Making 500 Days of Summer
**6 Conversations with Zoe and Joseph
**Music Video: Sweet Disposition by Temper Trap
**Bank Dance Directed by Marc Webb
**Summer At Sundance
**2 Audition Tapes
**Trailer Farm: Amelia, Fame, Adam, Defying Gravity Season 1
**BD Live Bootstrap
Disc 2: Digital Copy
Cast & Crew
It's very smooth and well done; Marc Webb clearly has a solid visual eye and natural sense of pacing.
This is a romantic comedy that makes the concept of romantic comedies appealing again -- that reminds you how resonant and transporting they can be when they're done right.
It isn't Hugh and Andie or Meg and whomever, but (500) Days offers hope that Hollywood can pass that romance baton to somebody other than the crude crew of the Kappa Alpha Apatow frat house.
The film's postmodern path takes us through touching, tender, hilarious territory before winding up at the most beguiling part of any love story. The beginning.
This is movie magic most unexpected.
[A] visually witty, flawlessly played romantic comedy.
This movie has flighty warmth. It makes delirious use of one of Hall & Oates' boppiest tunes. It has a bluebird of happiness, for crying out loud.