Can two serial cheaters get a second chance at love? After a one-night stand in college, New Yorkers Lainey (Alison Brie) and Jake (Jason Sudeikis) meet by chance twelve years later and discover they each have the same problem: because of their monogamy-challenged ways, neither can maintain a relationship. Determined to stay friends despite their mutual attraction, they make a pact to keep it platonic, a deal that proves easier said than done.Written by
Proved so popular at Sundance that it was also played at 2015 Tribeca Film Festival. It sold out pre-sale tickets. See more »
When Jake and Lainey came to Xander's house, and Naomi welcome them. The camera panned they raised their glasses. Furthermore, Jake visible wanted to pull down his glasses, but the camera immediately changed and the glasses still on his forehead. See more »
First of all, you are not the Mark Zuckerberg of vaginas.
I don't know who that is
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There is an extended scene featuring Xander and his wife simultaneously with the first part of the credits. See more »
Lots of trepidations writing this review, as I see others liked the movie, but, to be honest, I just thought it was atrocious, annoying, and highly irritating. I'm no prude and can enjoy a good sex comedy if it's funny, but when a film is just trying to be outrageously raunchy, lewd, and crude and is terribly unfunny, I'm looking for the nearest exit.
Jason Sudekis and Alison Brie are most talented actors, but their characters here are so obnoxious and self-absorbed that it all gets quite nauseating. What planet are they from? Maybe, I should ask do I belong on this planet, with a movie such as this getting some critical acclaim?
All in all, I've seen in some reviews comparisons of this movie with "When Harry Met Sally", with Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan. Huh? To me, that was a real heart-felt classic rom-com from the past and, in my opinion, should not be compared to this crapola.
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