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R-rated metro rom-com starring Zac Efron as one of a group of three commitment-phobe friends, each caught in their own dating limbo. Jordan (Chronicle), Miles Teller (The Spectacular Now) and Imogen Poots (Fright Night).Released under the title That Awkward Moment in the US....The key to getting rid of the fuckboys in your life is to know how to identify early signs of fuckboyism before you get too attached.Here are some telltale signs the guy you're dating is a fuckboy you should def ditch. He says things like, "we should hang" but never initiates an actual date. He says things like, "let me know when you're free" rather than proposing an actual time and place. When you ask him if he's seeing anyone else, he avoids answering and says something like, "you don't have to worry about that" 5.Jordan), who serves as the moral counterweight, gets a subplot that’s too light to balance out the other two.Meanwhile, Daniel (Miles Teller) solves his problems by getting run over by a taxi.Hide This film is a very generic american comedy with predictable story lines and weak characters.
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Fuckboys are not always easy to spot in the wild, given their highly adaptive nature and ability to blend in.
Any betch that's been through the Amazon jungle of dating knows that meeting a fuckboy now is like finding a Rattata in the original Gameboy Pokemon—it's common AF but you always hope it's something better.
Zac did alright for this one, hopefully his second comedy movie that coming out later this year will be better. But as a 21-year old guy out for a night at the movies, I found it relatable in parts, relevant and, most importantly, a good laugh.
Whilst it would be very easy to rip this movie to shreds (many so-called 'critics' already have), this is a romantic comedy which I found passed my six-laugh test, had appealing leads and kept my attention for it's relatively short running length. And frankly, why bother rubbishing the poor parts when the bottom line is I enjoyed the movie and would happily recommend it to my mates?