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Opened in Theaters: Friday, January 31st, 2014

Directed by Tom Gormican
Genre: Comedy
Running Time: 1:34

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That Awkward Moment
Three best friends find themselves at that confusing "moment" in every dating relationship when you have to decide "So…where is this going?"  View more >

R
sexual content and language throughout

Starring Zac Efron, Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan...  View more >

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2 Total Reviews

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[--- Wait for Rental ---]by VIP MemberFeb 6, 2014
This movie doesn't have much to say about relationships, but this film has lived up to the title. There are a lot of awkward monemts in the movie; otherwise it would have to call it something else. The film is about three men discussing realtionship. Hearing them talk about relationship is dull. They even throw the word "Hooker" aroud and they use that word many times. Back in the 1990"s, I wrote a term paper and use the word "Hooker." My professor chrew me out for using that word. And that professor is a women. Imagine whatf female audiencs had to sit though. Another scene when Zac Efron was walking around in a party with an offensive prop strapped to his pants. Not funny dude! I was going to give it a Stay Away, but what made me upgraded the movie to Wait for Rentals is the film has three strong supporting female performance. Jessica Lucus, Mackenzie Davis and Imogen Poots; all three women made my day. The men are dull. Michael B. Jordan in his first movie since "Fruitvale Station" didn't do much to his character. Zac Efron's character is good looking and that's about all he could do. The film sums up like this; Women are from Venus, Men are from Mars, and the audience might as well come from Pluto. And Pluto is no longer being called a Planet.
[--- Stay Away! ---]by  Feb 16, 2014



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