Jason has just been dumped, but he didn't even realize they were going out. Meanwhile, Mikey's wife has just asked him for a divorce, and perpetually single Daniel is still single. The three best friends are determined to stay single together and just have fun. But then Jason meets Ellie who just might be perfect for him, Daniel starts to realize that his gal pal Chelsea might be perfect for him, and Mikey has always thought that his wife was perfect for him. The boys are going to have to juggle their single life with their romantic entanglements and it's going to get awkward.Written by
In the dialogue at the bar and later at the reading, Jason, Zac Efron's character, mocks the young man about to hit on Imogen Poots by saying "they will drive UP to the Hamptons". From NYC which is where all of the characters live, you typically say "drive OUT" to the Hamptons not UP. The eastern end of Long Island is east of NYC, not north of it. See more »
When Ellie calls Jason from her book reading and tells him no one came again he invites her to come by his place. Later when she does come by he tells his friends he didn't invite her. See more »
I need a drink too. I'll get you a drink too.
Honestly what if I enjoy the drink. What happens then?
I'd love to hear what you think happens then.
I'll tell you what happens then we go play beer pong with your two roommates until I end up back at yours in Murray hill.
Yeah, that's right how'd you know that.
Yeah then I have to listen to your roommate have sex with Hilary, or Emily or whatever the girl's name is, until we fall asleep. And then a year later we're still playing beer pong in the same ...
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Bloopers shown throughout the end credits, including an outtake of the scene where the group is playing Xbox and they have been joined by "Omar from The Wire" Michael Kenneth WilliamsSee more »
Written by Tyler Burkum, Thad Cockrell & Jeremy Lutito
Performed by Leagues
Courtesy of Leagues
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A poorly made romcom
One would suspect that this film would offer the audience at least a fun experience and a decent amount of humor, but That Awkward Moment fails to deliver in every way. Not only does the film have a very predictable storyline and clichéd characters, it is also poorly paced and lacks any sort of momentum. The writing is weak and provides very few humorous moments, with the only encouraging aspect being the performance of Miles Teller, whose comedic talent does shine through. Overall, however, the three leading men lack any sort of chemistry, which results in disappointing delivery and causes the characters to be uninteresting. That Awkward Moment therefore fails to produce characters that are relatable on a emotional level, despite that being the film's main aim.
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