The First Time (2012)
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Critic Reviews for The First Time
There is much to like here, a sense of nuance and nonjudgmental emotional openness, yet Kasdan's teenage miniaturism never quite blooms.
[An] inoffensive but bland ode to the talky high school movies of John Hughes and Cameron Crowe.
No gratuitous raunchiness here and only a few tired caricatures in a genre usually jammed with them.
Something of a wonder, a palm-size ball of banter and irony and earnestness that never stops rolling and almost never misses the sweet spots.
Audience Reviews for The First Time
Driven by the vibrant chemistry between Dylan O'brien and Brit Robertson, "The First Time" is the type of film that will only attract a certain audience, and I am happy to say that I am a part of that audience. I really enjoyed this picture. Based around two individuals whom are both dealing with feelings of another person, cross paths and become hopelessly infatuated with each other. Yes, you will probably guess exactly where the film is going by the end, but the actors make you not care about any of the cliches, and it almost makes for a completely fresh indie romance. It has just enough depth in it's script to earn multiple viewings. By the end of the film I had felt like I spent a weekend with these two characters and I admire films that are able to pull that off well. I will say that it is very basic point and shoot filmmaking, however, that is not the focus, so that aspect is easy to accept. This film is all about the build up to whether or not they will go through with their feelings and whether or not they will go all the way, but that was the least interesting aspect to me. This was a very solid film for different reasons. I won't be screaming to the skies about it, but I will definitely recommend this film. Very very enjoyable.
Very sweet movie, and one of the more realistic portrayals of young love I've ever seen on screen. It's not a movie where a lot happens, but the characters actions actually make sense...unlike most teen movies. Definitely chick flicky, but I get in the mood for those every now and then.
The First Time is an honest look at teenagers falling in love and having sex for the first time. The awkward before and after. I really liked the two leads. I thought their performances were cute and genuine. For those who had their "first time" as a teen will probably be able to relate to this film. Well I guess firsts times are awkward no matter what age you are. I'm usually not a fan of most romantic comedies. But I like this one. Aubrey reminds me of myself at that age. So the film was relatable for me. The movie is charming and funny. It's not the typical dumb teenage flick that are so often made. This one is well written and directed. I would see this again.
The First Time Quotes
|Dave Hodgman:||I wish I could go back to the beginning.|
|Aubrey Miller:||Why are you smiling?|
|Dave Hodgman:||You dig me.|
|Aubrey Miller:||And as far as what you said before about wanting to keep talking, I'm obviously totally into that. But I would also like to work on the sex thing.|
|Dave Hodgman:||Definitely, we can definitely work on the sex thing|
|Aubrey Miller:||Which one am I? The virgin or the skank?|
|Dave Hodgman:||I've never met anybody like you before.|
|Aubrey Miller:||That's a pretty good answer.|
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