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Date & Switch [DVD]
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High school students Michael (Nicholas Braun; The Perks of Being a Wallflower ) and Matty have been best friends since they were eight years old. Still virgins, they make a pact to help each other ‘score’ before Prom. However, relationships get complicated, and their mission takes an unexpected turn when Michael falls for Matty’s ex-girlfriend Em (Dakota Johnson; Fifty Shades of Grey ), and Matty announces that he’s gay.
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14 February 2015
Enjoyable film with some funny parts about teenage students coming of age and the realisation that all may not be as it seems. The action flows very well but as in most Rom Coms there are portions when things get a bit heavy but the director managed them well and did not allow them to detract from the over all premise of the film. The main actors were a splendid cast of you aspiring ones, support by some very good character actors and the marvellous Megan Mulling as a supportive mother. Watched with my partner who is more an action man and he found parts of it very funny.
12 March 2016
funny movie at some points but redundant in others. It does offer some nostalgia on high school explorations, friendships and experiences. I would recommend watching this film if you want to be catapulted back into the olden days, but would I watch it again? maybe not so much.
11 August 2015
Absolutely awful. Drivel. No real storyline and turned if off after 20 minutes. If you like excessive swearing then you'll like this! How it was ever made into a film I do not know! Don't bother!
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Matty (hunter Cope) and Michael (Nicholas Braun) are best friends and have grown up together. They are now approaching their prom night but are both still virgins.Read more