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That Awkward MomentZac Efron stars as a Manhattan playboy who rebuffs romantic relationships to better bond with his two best buds…that is until he meets a young woman who might be the one. Michael B. Jordan, Miles Teller and Imogen Poots co-star; Tom Gormican directs. Read our review here.
That Awkward Moment relishes in its R-rating with crass conversations and no shortage of nudity. For more comedies that hold nothing back, check out this selection about parties, sex, and friendships that define us for better or worse.
21 & Over (2013) That Awkward Moment's Miles Teller co-stars in this boys-gone-wild comedy. Jeff Chang (Justin Chon) is turning 21, so his two best friends (Teller and Skylar Astin) take him out for a night he'll never forget. Or possibly be too drunk to remember. Jon Lucas and Scott Moore direct.
Drinking Buddies (2013) Olivia Wilde and Jake Johnson star as the titular friends who work together at a Chicago brewing company, and gamely go out for brews afterwards. But their platonic connection gets complicated after they double date on a weekend getaway with their significant others. Ron Livingston and Anna Kendrick co-star; Joe Swanberg directs.
Love and Other Disasters (2006) This little-seen British sex comedy is deeply delightful thanks to the Audrey Hepburn-style turn of Brittany Murphy as an American in London who wants nothing more than to help her gay best friend find love. But when she presumes a handsome young man who she thinks the world of is gay, its just the beginning of a string of silly (but endearing) misunderstandings. Matthew Rhys and Catherine Tate co-star; Alex Keshian directs.
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