Two Night Stand (2014)
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Yet another would-be charming male fantasy about how even the smartest girls can be charmed out of their pants by a schlubby doofus with a penchant for heavy negging.
Featuring strong dialogue and terrific performances, the film has moments of near-brilliance, but falls apart with a lame, conventional ending.
Fortunately, we have the sparkling Analeigh Tipton as Megan and the very likeable Miles Teller as Alec to keep this slight script alive.
...it's ultimately the endless charm of the actors that prevents one from checking out completely.
The makers were aiming for a how-we-date-now rom-com. Instead, they've made a film that might have seemed hip 10 years back but now seems dated, cold and cynical.
Audience Reviews for Two Night Stand
Harmless rom com. Brief at 86 minutes too.
Not overly realistic, and bit of a dangerous message to send the teen girls who will no doubt love this, but fine if you don't overthink it. A few laughs and a happy ending.
Without it's two lovable leads, "Two Night Stand" would have been an implosion waiting to happen, however (even though very basic), I am pleased to say that it is an enjoyable little picture. Miles Teller always knows how to put himself into a role and I believed everything he was saying, and that is a lot when you consider the fact that the point of the film is kind of based upon trust. Taking place over the course of two days, the title kind of spoils the film in a way, but there are a few twists to keep you guessing. There are moments where the film does not feel worth it, but by the the time the credits rolled, I felt sympathetic towards it and it really is just a harmless little romance. I am only going to recommend this film to people who enjoy small indie romances, because there is not much else credit to give. Overall, a well-scripted romance that doesn't go anywhere unexpected. "Two Night Stand" is the definition of safe.
Not a bad modern rom-com of sorts, showing how a true connection is rare, and valuable. Miss the NY snow... and the nostalgia of being snowed in without much in the oven (& a broken-down basement heater over Christmas)
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