Young, Single & Angry 2006 NR CC

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YOUNG SINGLE & ANGRY is a sexy comedy about Taylor, a woman told her whole life that marriage is the most important thing. Yet, still single at 35 she wonders, "What the f-ck happened?"

Starring:
Sarah Blevins, Jamie Anderson
Runtime:
1 hour 31 minutes

Young, Single & Angry

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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Richard Waterhouse
Starring Sarah Blevins, Jamie Anderson
Supporting actors Heather Stewart, Jesse Burch, Peter Murnik, Matthew Atherton, Steve Florian, Mike Wilson, Jeff Garvin, Vince Pavia, Ronn Burner, Shane Stevens, Todd Babcock, George Katt, Marie O'Donnell, Naomi Catalano, Maria Lane, Joseph McKelheer, María Cristina Jiménez, Jack Anthony
Studio Gravitas Ventures LLC
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jeffery Mingo on January 16, 2010
Format: DVD
This is "Waiting to Exhale" without the race angle and "Sex in the City" without the socioeconomic class privilege. Still, by the end, I was rooting for all four main characters. This has some elements of "First Wives' Club" too. However, what stands out is that the foursome includes a straight male character. What a twist! He doesn't end up with whom I assumed at the start either.
The problem with this film is that things happen to rapidly. When you meet a potential Mr. Right, his flaws don't usually happen so quickly and so obviously. But like "Waiting", the work does show that these female characters are no Miss Perfects. In fact, only one is TV/film beautiful. The other two are plain and viewers may relate to their everyday looks. Recently, the New York Times called films by the director of "It's Complicated" "pre-ethnic" as they have no racial diversity whatsoever. This film too is pretty darn monochromatic for something that takes place in Los Angeles. I guess the limited budget didn't allow for hiring a Jennifer Hudson.
As I reconnect with ppl on Facebook, I realize the huge number of women who are married and I think intensely about what they conveys to those of us without husbands. So if you are "past your prime" this film will speak to you. If you can watch all those other chick flicks, then you won't go wrong peeping this one.
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This movie had the potential to be somewhat funny, but it was so poorly filmed and produced, that it lost almost all comedic moments. Other than the one farting scene. Thats always going to be funny. Otherwise, the story line was pretty flat and the character flaws of the two female friends were actually quite serious problems. Not funny. It seemed like it would have been much better had it been made with the budget reqired for a modern funny movie.
One really great thing was to see a woman in a lead role who looks absolutely average. Big applause for that! And she was great. Again, had the film been given what it deserved, she would have been really something. Oh well. Maybe she will get something better next time.
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Young, Single and Angry (YSA) is an honest look at a group of 30 year old friends coming to terms with their poor performance on the court of love.

Each character has their own hang-ups holding them back--be it alcohol, promiscuity, co-dependence or insecurity--but together manage to nudge each other towards a more promising future.

Great performances, a solid sountrack and an unsentimental sincerity makes this a very unique (non)romantic comedy that fans of "Sex and the City" and "Chasing Amy" can enjoy equally.
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