The comedy tells the story of three Manhattan bachelors who make a pact to have as much fun as possible while remaining single.Directed by Tom Gormican on his feature debut starring Zac Efron, Miles Teller, Michael B Jordan and Imogen Poots. Subscribe today for full access to Screen Base, Screen and Screen International magazine for as little as £19.95 a month.Rating: *** -Brooke Hunter Are We Officially Dating?The Tomatometer rating – based on the published opinions of hundreds of film and television critics – is a trusted measurement of movie and TV programming quality for millions of moviegoers.I like the scene in the bar when they meet - the patter is original, smart and funny - although the book reading scene when Jason declares his heart is a movie moment straight out of Notting Hill.We care less about the other two relationships - Mikey's rekindling of his failed marriage is neither here nor there, which is the same way I felt about Daniel (Miles Teller) and his budding relationship with Chelsea (Mackenzie Davis).
Jason has just been dumped, but he didn't even realize they were going out.
Originally titled 'That Awkward Moment', the film tries to capture that 'So?
' moment in a relationship, in which the unspoken question is 'So, where is this going?
When Jason & Daniel walk into an important work presentation to find Ellie is a potential client, he desperately tries to make it up to her, and in the process wins her heart.
As the three men desperately attempt to keep their relationship a secret from one another, things become complicated, and they are forced to look at their relationship with their partners, and each another.