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That Awkward Moment

3.7 out of 5 stars 441 customer reviews

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Every relationship has that “so” moment. For a guy like Jason (Zac Efron), that’s where things always end. He’s firmly committed to non-commitment. When the marriage of his friend Mikey (Michael B. Jordan) falls apart, Jason takes it as proof that the single life is for the better. To get Mikey back in the game, Jason enlists him and drinking buddy Daniel (Miles Teller) to take a shared vow: together, they’ll stay single as long as humanly possible. Then along comes Ellie (Imogen Poots), the unpredictable, unforgettable one-night hook-up who changes all the rules. Despite all his instincts, Jason just can’t let her go... and his status is about to get very complicated.

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  • Actors: Miles Teller, Imogen Poots, Mackenzie Davis, Zac Efron, Michael Jordan
  • Directors: Tom Gormican
  • Producers: Andrew O'Connor, Scott Aversano, Justin Nappi, Kevin Turen, Ray Marshall
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: May 13, 2014
  • Digital Copy Expiration Date: December 31, 2017 (Click here for more information)
  • Run Time: 94 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (441 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00IVLRA62
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,112 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Shafe on April 5, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
I'll make this short and sweet. It's a decent little movie to turn your mind off for about 2 hours and not have to think too hard about what's going on. Is it the funniest movie of all time? No. Does it follow the typical formula of a lot of movies like this? Yep. But that doesn't make it bad. How many original R-Rated "Rom-Coms" are really out there anymore? Not many. I'm very hard on movies but this is far from a bad movie. People see Zac Efron and automatically hate it because... well... for no reason at all other than your girlfriend would leave you for him and you know it.

Is it worth a day one buy? No. But if it's in the 7.99 bin at Best Buy in a year or so or really cheap on Black Friday somewhere, I'll purchase it then.
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First-time director Tom Gormican, who also wrote this R-rated screenplay, gives us three buddies in the process of growing up (you are supposed to write what you know...smile...). They have a New York City pace to their repartee: very quick, acerbic and witty. The actors mastered the art of interrupting and talking over one another in a very natural way, while still managing to convey their dialogue. Not an easy task...

We enjoy:
* Zac Efron ("The Lucky One") is Jason, one of our young men on the make, determined to stay single and "live the life!" He designs book covers.
* Imogen Poots ("A Late Quartet") plays Ellie, the gal he sees in a bar and diverts from a pickup artist so HE can pick her up. She conducts poetry seminars.
* Miles Teller ("The Spectacular Now") is Daniel, who works with Jason. He makes sure no one underestimates him; he has braggadocio down pat!
* Mackenzie Davis ("The F Word") Our tall, slender Chelsea, however, can see right through Daniel's smooth talk.
* Michael B. Jordan ("Fruitvale Station") plays Mikey, a young doctor who is in shock over his wife's infidelity.
* Jessica Lucas (Lots of TV) is Vera, Mikey's estranged wife; she's just looking for more "spontaneity." Who knew?

Some things impressed us: all of our young adults have jobs; no one lives with his or her parents, although they all get along with them just fine; these are NOT stoners, not one hint of drugs is seen, and there are no pressing money problems. HOWEVER, the comedy is juvenile and raunchy, the language is profane, the behavior is VERY R-rated, and, I blush to admit, we laughed out loud regularly.

No car chases, no guns, no blowie uppie stuff and the nudity is pretty much played for laughs. All in all, even though it was funny, it made me grateful that I do NOT have to go through these modern-day dating rituals. Yikes!
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Format: Blu-ray
"I did what I was supposed to do, I checked all the boxes." Jason (Efron) has just been dumped, even though he didn't know he was dating. Mikey's wife wants a divorce and Daniel (Teller) is...still single. One night they decide to make a pact, they will all stay single and not get into a real relationship. What starts off as an easy idea becomes tougher when Jason meets Ellie, Daniel spends more time with Chelsea and Mikey sees his wife again. Now the hardest part is trying to keep what each one is doing a secret from the others. First of all I will say that this is a pretty funny movie and I do recommend this. On the other hand the characters Jason and Daniel are kind of hard to root for. They both have their redeeming qualities and are great when they are with the girls they like, but when they are with their friends they are awful people and really unlikable. This is really nothing more then another American Pie type movie with aspects of Judd Apatow. I liked it and laughed all the way through. The only negative thing about it is that it is so predictable but when you watch movies like this you expect that anyway. Overall, funny and light hearted. A movie that both sexes will like about equally. I give this a high B+.
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Maybe I'm not the target demographic for this movie but I fell asleep half way through. (30 yr old female) It seemed predictable and a bit boring. I wasn't expecting much, but hoping for a few good laughs, which I did not get. Maybe the second half of the movie is better but I will never know because I will not sit through the first half again.
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This is not so subtlely Fantastic Four (2015): The Later Days after Reed Richards and Johnny Storm (Miles Teller and Micheal B Jordan reprising their roles respectively) go on the lam from the Feds. The best way to ensure the government want's nothing to do with you is to take on the identities of NYC hipsters. There is some odd subplot about their non-super powered friend (played by Zac Efron) falling in love with a girl (Imogen Poots) he mistakenly thought was a lady of the night. The film has some clever subtlety in handing Jordan's failing relationship with the knowledge that at anytime his character could simply light the adulterer on fire. This clever use of reservation is put to good use again during scenes with Teller and the lovely Mackenzie Davis. The viewer is left to wonder how a questionably average looking guy like Teller is able to hook up with the highly talented Davis- before realizing that one of Mr. Fantastic's powers is the ability to expand and stretch any part of his anatomy. Though the Thing is shockingly absent (budget cuts?), That Awkward Moment proves that a super hero movie doesn't need action to deconstruct the superhero enigma.
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