- Rated: PG-13
- Closed captioning available
- Run Time: 1 hours, 30 minutes
- Video: Color
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Released: February 3, 2009
- Originally Released: 2008
- Label: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
- Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic Widescreen - 1.85
- (unspecified), Dolby Digital 5.1 - English, French, Parisian
- Subtitles - English, French, Parisian
- Additional Release Material:
- Alternate Scenes
- Deleted Scenes
- Storyboard Animation Piece
- Storyboard Animations
- Behind the Scenes:
- Ari Graynor's Video Diary: A Look Behind-The-Scenes
- Director And Cast Commentary
- Director And Writers Commentary
- Faux Interview With Kat Dennings And Eddie Kaye Thomas
- Middle Management By Bishop Allen
- Peter Sollett's Photo Album
- A Nick & Norah Puppet Show By Kat Dennings
Performers, Cast and Crew:
USA Today - 10/03/2008
"Dennings is the revelation here....She is smart, likable and funny and may be ready to assume the mantle from JUNO's Ellen Page as the coolest young female star."
Los Angeles Times - 10/03/2008
"[F]leshed out with atmosphere, a nice blend of broad goofiness and sophistication, and two appealing leads who bring it to life."
New York Times - 10/03/2008
"[T]he director, Peter Sollett, spins a shy, sweet romance around a carefully chosen soundtrack....Sollett shows an admirably low-key directorial temperament...."
Entertainment Weekly - 10/10/2008
"The marvelous, magical boy-meets-girl-in-the-city-that-never-sleeps romantic comedy NICK & NORAH'S INFINITE PLAYLIST is a revolutionary movie disguised as a familiar story." -- Grade: A-
Premiere - 10/03/2008
"[I]t's a fantasy of one night in New York City and all its insanity, grossness, romance, and glamour."
Total Film - 02/01/2009
3 stars out of 5 -- "It's a cutesy, SUPERBAD-eyed view of being a late teen....The leads are flawless. Cera may always play the same rabbit in the headlights, but it's role uniquely his own."
With its sweet teen coupling and ardent devotion to music, NICK & NORAH'S INFINITE PLAYLIST feels like the cinematic equivalent of a mixtape made by John Hughes and Cameron Crowe. But the film is actually directed by Peter Sollett, who earned praise for his debut feature, RAISING VICTOR VARGAS. This studio-produced comedy is a bit shinier and more polished, but it still has hints of the authenticity that made his first film so well loved. NICK & NORAH'S INFINITE PLAYLIST centers on two New Jersey teens, newly single Nick (Michael Cera, JUNO) and his fellow music lover Norah (Kat Dennings, CHARLIE BARTLETT), who meet at Nick's band's show in New York City. Their very long night in the city is driven by two searches: one for a secret concert by their favorite band, Where's Fluffy; and a second for Norah's irresponsible and drunk friend Caroline (Ari Graynor, in what should be a star-making performance). The pair bounce through the streets of New York in Nick's Yugo and his bandmate's van, bonding over their shared love of music, while their exes threaten their new romance.
Based on a young adult novel by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan, NICK & NORAH'S INFINITE PLAYLIST makes an able leap to the screen. Dennings and Cera are likeably awkward in their tentative courtship, but much of the praise should go to music supervisor Linda Cohen and composer Mark Mothersbaugh. Cohen picks of-the-moment bands such as Vampire Weekend, Takka Takka, We Are Scientists, and Band of Horses that are sure to make the soundtrack as big a hit as the film, while Mothersbaugh perfectly complements Nick and Norah's sweet romance with his fun yet unobtrusive score.
Après s'être rencontrés par hasard, Nick et Norah font la tournée des boîtes de rock indé new-yorkaises, à la recherche du concert secret d'un groupe légendaire, et découvrent l'amour réciproque.
Based On A Novel |
Music (General) |
New York City |
Pop / Rock |
Romantic Comedy |
Teenage Girls |