Romantic comedy double bill. In 'Going the Distance' (2010) Erin (Drew Barrymore) and Garrett (Justin Long) meet on a blind date but they both know that they don't want a serious relationship; after all, Erin is leaving town in only six weeks' time. Vowing to keep things light, the two embark on a fun short-term fling, hampered only by the antics of Garrett's eccentric roommate. But as the time comes for Erin to leave, they both realise they feel more deeply for one another and decide at the last minute to try a long-distance relationship - despite repeated warnings from their friends. Can they overcome the challenges posed by the many miles that divide them and do what it takes to 'go the distance'? In 'Crazy, Stupid, Love' (2011) divorc�e Cal (Steve Carell) is struggling to find success in the dating world. Until recently Cal was happily married - or so he thought. When his wife, Emily (Julianne Moore), files for a divorce, he is thrown into the unfamiliar territory of single life. Drowning his sorrows at a local pub, Cal meets a 30-something bachelor, Jacob (Ryan Gosling), who gives him advice and helps him work on his appearance. While women start to get interested in Cal, his son, Robbie (Jonah Bobo), falls for his babysitter and Jacob meets Hannah (Emma Stone), a girl who isn't fooled by his charms.