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That Awkward Moment 2014 Subtitles

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Starring Zac Efron (The Paperboy), Miles Teller (Divergent), Michael B. Jordan (Chronicle) and Imogen Poots (Need for Speed) and written and directed by Tom Gormican, That Awkward Moment is a hilarious comedy about just how complicated playing the dating game can really be.

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Zac Efron, Miles Teller
Runtime:
1 hour, 34 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Romance, Comedy
Director Tom Gormican
Starring Zac Efron, Miles Teller
Supporting actors Michael B. Jordan, Imogen Poots, Mackenzie Davis, Jessica Lucas, Addison Timlin, Josh Pais, Evelina Turen, Karen Ludwig, Tina Benko, Joseph Adams, Lola Glaudini, John Rothman, Barbara Garrick, Raul Casso, Kate Simses, Tom Gormican, Emily Meade, Alysia Reiner
Studio Entertainment One
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By Bex TOP 500 REVIEWER on 20 Jan. 2016
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Three friends vow to stay single and make the most of it after one of them finds out his wife had filed for divorce after an affair, with her lawyer no less. I was so impressed with the acting of these three characters, Miles Teller in particular, who convinced me they were massive jerks!! As expected though, each guy meets a girl and the vow becomes more difficult to keep.

I did enjoy this movie despite reading lots of negative reviews. And I can totally see where these reviewers are coming from. These characters are portrayed as really awful guys, who have lists of "booty calls" and it appears that's about as far as their affections for women goes. But that's the point I think. Over the course of the movie they change dramatically, and I guess that's the message the producers are going for. What I didn't like so much was the way it was portrayed that women always want more from men, when that's not always the case, and I think this has annoyed a lot of viewers. This lessens significantly after the first half an hour though as the movie progresses.

I liked the comedy more than the alleged romance of this movie. In fact, if you're after a stereotypical rom-com then I don't think this will float your boat. It leans more towards Sex and the City from the guys point of view in my opinion, with awkward dates and chat up lines, and I found this to be a really witty spin on things. I have to admit, the outtakes were probably the funniest parts though!

I don't think this is an amazing movie, and I'll probably never watch it again, but it was funny in a dirty comedy sort of way and easy to watch so I'd recommend it to people looking for that sort of thing. Much of the humour isn't PG rated though so something to keep in mind for younger viewers and if you're looking for a romance then this isn't for you.
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I know I shouldn't waste a second on this depressing, misogynistic tripe, but someone needs to issue a warning:
Dear boys and girls who may have the misfortune to stumble upon this and, like me, watch it hoping for a bit of airy but pleasant pap, PLEASE don't let yourselves be influenced by this rubbish. God forbid that any young dude my watch this and imagine that the kind of charmless, soulless, callous, posturing, dim-witted, ugly-minded manner of the protagonists could ever win anyone's affection as it fallaciously appears to in the film.
I guess there is supposed to be some kind of redemption in the end as the main characters learn the errors of their ways, but in no way can that compensate for having to spend even five minutes in the company of these disgustingly unlikeable characters.
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Just before I sat down my thoughts on "That Awkward Moment" I saw the other reviewers were generous with their stars. And even though I feel that this comedy is much better than the recent offerings of the Hollywood in the comedy department, it is still quite a predictable film, let me explain. And I am sorry for spoilers, but I cannot really say anything about the great cinematography and/or directing and/or amazing Oscar-worthy performances... BUT I still liked the film! It's pleasant and it's funny, but it has nothing special about it.

You know how it stars. Three best buddies, Zac Efron (who I thought after being soooo good in The Paperboy [DVD] would stick to the classy films!), Miles Teller and Michael B. Jordan mock that perplexing "moment" in every dating relationship when you are presented with the inevitable "So...where is this going?" (this is asked by a girl, of course).

The biggest chunk of the film is devoted to the three fellas going out and having fun and then the special girls enter and the guys want to still have fun (one of them is actually getting a divorce from his wife, whom he seems to love and wants to win back, but the other two literally forbid him).

The climax. It all gets pretty messy when the special girls realize that the guys are still fooling around (at the same time the divorcing guy realizes his beloved wife is still very much astray, even though they were trying to "work things out"). Ah you see, it's not all black and white. Guys can fall in love and stay in love, too, and the women can also cheat!

The end: romantic. It all works out. Zac Efron gets his girl, etc. Oh, and now he is asking that inevitable "So...".

P.S. There are quite a few good laughs!
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We watched this movie with our teenage daughter (possibly not every teenager's idea of a good night in but we're kinda young at heart parents anyway) and we all had a laugh with the antics of the lads. Not a deep and meaningful romantic comedy but I don't think it was meant to be - we guessed it would be a little bit of fun with some cringe-worthy moments from the boys and that's exactly what we got.
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From the totally out of place F-words in scenes to the dum dum audience it is reaching out for I gave this film 2 minutes and then switched off.Just shows no matter the talent you have at your disposal you still need a good Writer & Director to know what tools they have and how to use them.
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The sound track sums it all up - slow, sleepy, washed along. Splashing in a puddle is more exciting than this film. OK its about relationships, but there is so little soul to any of the characters that you don't really care from the start to the finish.
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