Silver Linings Playbook

After spending eight months in a mental institution, a former teacher moves back in with his parents and tries to reconcile with his ex-wife.

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Film Cast:

  • Pat Solatano Jr.: Bradley Cooper
  • Tiffany Maxwell: Jennifer Lawrence
  • Pat Solatano Sr.: Robert De Niro
  • Dolores Solatano: Jacki Weaver
  • Danny McDaniels: Chris Tucker
  • Dr. Cliff Patel: Anupam Kher
  • Ronnie: John Ortiz
  • Jake Solatano: Shea Whigham
  • Veronica: Julia Stiles
  • Randy: Paul Herman
  • Officer Keogh: Dash Mihok
  • Ricky D’Angelo: Matthew Russell
  • Tiffany’s Mother: Cheryl Williams
  • Tiffany’s Father: Patrick McDade
  • Nikki: Brea Bee
  • Regina: Mary Regency Boies
  • Jordie: Phillip Chorba
  • Dr. Timbers: Anthony Lawton
  • Nancy (High School Principal): Patsy Meck
  • Older Waitress: Maureen Torsney-Weir
  • Jeffrey: Jeff Reim
  • Fritzy: Fritz Blanchette
  • Dance Competition Announcer: Rick Foster
  • Ricky D’Angelo’s Mother: Bonnie Aarons
  • Doug Culpepper: Ted Barba
  • Ricky D’Angelo’s Friend #1: Elias Birnbaum
  • Ricky D’Angelo’s Friend #2: Matthew Michaels
  • Lawyer at Bar: Pete Postiglione
  • Fighting Eagle Fan: Dicky Eklund Jr.
  • Indian Invasion #1: Sanjay Shende
  • Indian Invasion #2: Mihir Pathak
  • Indian Invasion #3: Ibrahim Syed
  • Dr. Patel’s Wife: Madhu Narula
  • Jake’s Fiancée: Samantha Gelnaw
  • Tanya: Tiffany E. Green
  • Dancer Santos: Tal Lifshitz
  • Dancer Aguilar: Vlada Semenova
  • Dancer Makarov: Zhan Paulovich
  • Dancer Tretiak: Lana Rossi
  • Dinner Guest (uncredited): Todd Anthony
  • Dinner Guest (uncredited): Traci Law
  • Dinner Patron (uncredited): Jaclyn McHugh
  • Dance Competition Spectator (uncredited): Carol Anne Mueller
  • Dance Competition Spectator (uncredited): Lavonne Nichols
  • Neighbor (uncredited): Robert Bizik
  • Neighbor (uncredited): Jeffrey Mowery
  • Football Play By Play Announcer (voice, uncredited): Joe Cappelletti
  • Football Play By Play Announcer (voice, uncredited): Lindsay Schnebly
  • MILF (uncredited): Luisa Diaz
  • Singing Eagles Fan (uncredited): Liam Ferguson
  • Movie Theater Usher (uncredited): Shawn Gonzalez
  • Tailgater (uncredited): Jae Greene
  • Tailgater (uncredited): Marty Krzywonos
  • Father (uncredited): Matthew James Gulbranson
  • Family Member (uncredited): Andrea Havens
  • Moviegoer (uncredited): David Kneeream
  • Tailgate Fan (uncredited): Raymond Mamrak
  • Bikini Tailgater (uncredited): Montana Marks
  • Sexy Girl at Halloween Party (uncredited): Jeni Miller
  • Recital Guest (uncredited): Charles Pendelton
  • Giants Fan (uncredited): Vincent Riviezzo
  • Giants Suck – Fan (uncredited): Thomas Walton
  • Bartender (uncredited): Ryan Shank
  • Zombie Guy (uncredited): Ryan Tygh
  • Tomboy Girl (uncredited): Jen Weissenberg
  • Orderly (uncredited): Brian Anthony Wilson
  • Eagles Tailgater (uncredited): Mike Wilson

Film Crew:

  • Producer: Bruce Cohen
  • Original Music Composer: Danny Elfman
  • Executive Producer: Bob Weinstein
  • Executive Producer: Harvey Weinstein
  • Thanks: Sydney Pollack
  • Thanks: Anthony Minghella
  • Casting: Mary Vernieu
  • Production Design: Judy Becker
  • Set Decoration: Heather Loeffler
  • Producer: Jonathan Gordon
  • Music Editor: Dick Bernstein
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: John Ross
  • Editor: Jay Cassidy
  • Art Direction: Jesse Rosenthal
  • Makeup Artist: Diane Heller
  • Director: David O. Russell
  • Producer: Donna Gigliotti
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Odin Benitez
  • Costume Design: Mark Bridges
  • Executive Producer: George Parra
  • Executive Producer: Bradley Cooper
  • Producer: Mark Kamine
  • Stunt Coordinator: Ben Hernandez Bray
  • Executive In Charge Of Production: Tim Clawson
  • Supervising Dialogue Editor: Eliza Pollack Zebert
  • Director of Photography: Masanobu Takayanagi
  • Music Supervisor: Susan Jacobs
  • Novel: Matthew Quick
  • Casting: Lindsay Graham
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Drew Jiritano
  • Editor: Crispin Struthers
  • ADR Editor: Christopher T. Welch
  • Stunts: Jen Weissenberg
  • Makeup Artist: Maya Hardinge
  • Set Costumer: Angeline Zeigler
  • Costume Supervisor: Lynda Foote
  • Hairstylist: Jerry Popolis
  • Dialogue Editor: Susan Kurtz
  • Dialogue Editor: Mike Szakmeister
  • Post Production Supervisor: Tim Pedegana
  • Script Supervisor: Karen Golden
  • Sound Effects Editor: Angelo Palazzo
  • Hairstylist: Lori McCoy-Bell
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Myron Nettinga
  • Dialogue Editor: Frank Smathers
  • Music Editor: Philip Tallman
  • Sound Effects Editor: Jeff Sawyer
  • Steadicam Operator: David J. Thompson
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Kaspar Hugentobler
  • Rigging Gaffer: Richie Ford
  • Hairstylist: Patricia Grande
  • Art Department Coordinator: Marjorie Eber
  • Set Costumer: Rhea Lowenthal
  • Still Photographer: JoJo Whilden
  • Casting: Patty Connolly
  • Production Coordinator: David Raynor
  • Assistant Director: Xanthus Valan
  • Sound Mixer: Tom Nelson
  • Assistant Director: Michele Ziegler

Movie Reviews:

  • tmdb39513728: **Dolly Mopping**
    (29 January 2013)

    Jennifer Lawrence is one magnificent slut. Her performance in _Silver Linings_ is a tour de force. She nails it. Not since Jennifer Jason Lee in _Last Exit to Brooklyn_ has a trashy trollop been played so convincingly. She easily deserves to win the Oscar for best actress and for any other category the film might win since she is the reason it’s in the running at all. It’s not easy being a slut. And harder still garnering sympathy for one. We can never be certain if her salacious wonts are biological or self-imposed. The grand old whore is a whole lot more desirable. She is typically forced into a her predicament for money or by male coercion. She’s portrayed as a victim and tattooed with a heart of gold. But the nymphomaniac is a sadder sort. She’s not as fetching or sentimental. Why should we care about her? It’s clear that she either can’t get enough carnal pleasure for herself or desperately seeks endless attention from men. Pathetic, is it not? But Lawrence absorbs the role and literally runs with it. Perhaps even re-writing the Dolly-Mop playbook. This movie will be required viewing for budding psychologists. And while Bradley Cooper does an impressive job bouncing the the bi-polar ball, we know he’s acting. Fine work Mr. Cooper, no one else could have done it better, maybe. But down the street a few blocks, we entirely lose ourselves in Ms Lawrence. She deftly out-performs them all. Daniel Day Lincoln has to be relieved that there is a gender divide in the acting awards categories. Lawrence is so adept at playing the unapologetic slut that we suspect she’s not acting. That she’s spilling her guts. Revealing all the sores and warts of her true self. And this is what makes her so great in the movie.

  • Kamurai: Great watch, probably won’t watch again, and can recommend.

    This is a great movie that I don’t care about. I’m not a particularly big fan of either Bradley Cooper or Jennifer Lawrence, though they are clearly great actors, and give a fantastic performance in this, especially with the range of emotions delivered and broad spectrum of dialogue topics.

    It’s about two sad, broken people who are trying to rehabilitate and release back into society despite their behavioral problems. While that is intriguing from a psychological perspective, I found it to be more sad than fun, which does make it powerful and worthy of awards and your attention, but it’s not a movie that I’m going to re-watch lovingly.

    The writing is excellent: well structured and has good content, with an odd message that it is okay to lie to people when it is in their best interest so that you can get them to a potential to better themselves even if choose not too, and that is what love is.

    The movie also focuses a fair bit on proper etiquette of social interactions, football, and dancing: none of which I’m particularly fond of watching.

    So while there isn’t a lot for me in this, objectively, I do believe that a lot of people will like this and it is well worth a watch.

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