Ruby Sparks w/ Slumber Party FP
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Year: 2012


From the directors of Little Miss Sunshine comes a “charming and delightful” (Marshall Fine, Huffingtonpost.com) romantic comedy starring Paul Dano and writer-actress Zoe Kazan. Struggling with writer’s block and a lackluster love life, once-famous novelist Calvin (Dano) creates a beautiful fictitious character named Ruby (Kazan) who inspires him. But not only does this bring his work to life- it also brings Ruby to life- literally! Face-to-face with an actual relationship with his once virtual girlfriend, Calvin must now decide whether to pen this love story or let it write itself. Also starring Annette Bening, Antonio Banderas and Elliott Gould, Ruby Sparks is a smart coming-of-age story that proves true love can be remarkably magical.

Disc Information

**Theatrical Feature Blu-ray

**The Story
**The Cast
**Real Life Couples
**Be Careful What You Wish For
**Los Angeles: The Other Character
**Theatrical Trailer
**Sneak Peek

Cast & Crew

Paul Dano ... Calvin
Calvin Weir-Fields
Zoe Kazan ... Ruby
Ruby Sparks
Elliott Gould ... Dr. Rosenthal
Chris Messina ... Harry
Annette Bening ... Gertrude
Antonio Banderas ... Mort
Steve Coogan ... Langdon Tharp


Rafer Guzman Newsday | August 10, 2012

Sneaks up on you with deep questions, discomfiting insights and more emotional punch than you may expect.

Colin Covert Minneapolis Star Tribune | August 05, 2012

"Ruby Sparks" is a curveball delight, the work of serious-minded jokers.

J. R. Jones Chicago Reader | August 03, 2012

Kazan carries the film with a disarmingly sweet performance.

Kate Taylor Globe and Mail | August 03, 2012

The meta-fiction concept of characters interacting with their creator is hardly original, but it's neatly packaged here by Kazan herself, who wrote the script for this clever little charmer.

Tom Long Detroit News | August 03, 2012

"Ruby Sparks" is a film about the wonder of, and the limits of, magic. Believe and enjoy.

Steven Rea Philadelphia Inquirer | August 02, 2012

What starts off as a sunny daydream, a shot of whimsy and mild-mannered magical realism, turns into something more serious, and seriously reflective. Satisfyingly so.

Mark Feeney Boston Globe | August 02, 2012

Kazan isn't beautiful. She's not even pretty, at least not in any conventional way. But she's enormously attractive, and the camera can't get enough of that heart-shaped face and those bouncing bangs.


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