Well, one of those words is correct. A five star cast is completely wasted in a dollar store movie with a garage sale script. The first half hour hums as Steve Carell learns his wife wants a divorce and winds up getting dating lessons from Ryan Gosling. So far so good. Then the wheels fall off as Crazy spins too many subplots with minor characters, begins to take itself too seriously, and leaves no cliche unturned. At one hour and forty minutes, this thing feels twice as long. By the time it wraps up in a very sub-sitcom way, we are left wonder: did these fine actors LOVE their paychecks? Were they CRAZY when they agreed to do it? Or just STUPID? Life is too short for movies as bad as this.