Officially dating movie
Traditionally, tiresome rom-coms rely on the unrealistic idiocy of their characters in order to generate both conflict and comedy.However, thanks to AWOD’s focus on the current “selfish” generation of 20-something men, there’s a feeling of authenticity to their moronic ideals – it seems sadly real when Jason, given the chance to be a decent human being, becomes evasive because “that means we’re dating.” The boys’ expletive R-rated banter furthers the genuineness to decent comedic effect, though often undermined by some misplaced farcical gags that hit-or-miss.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?Zac Efron oozes screen presence and charisma, and despite his knockers, ably leads this talented young cast in a humorous look at the lives of three young guys in New York and their misguided search for love, sex and magic. Best Scene: The party, when they are in the bathroom (no spoilers but it's very, very funny!) Worst Part: Knowing from the first twenty minutes exactly how the movie is end.Original and unpredictable this most certainly ain't, but it's fun seeing how they end up where you know they are going.
Lionsgate is releasing MY LITTLE PONY: THE MOVIE in theaters nationwide on October 6, 2017.The Tomatometer rating – based on the published opinions of hundreds of film and television critics – is a trusted measurement of movie and TV programming quality for millions of moviegoers.It represents the percentage of professional critic reviews that are positive for a given film or television show.While Mikey buries his sorrows in a tub of ice cream, Jason (Efron) hits it off with Ellie and Daniel (Teller) hooks up with Chelsea.But what was intended as one-night stands quickly turn into something more, leading to the eternally awkward, titular question.