Almost Adults

Almost Adults
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Kim

What poor dialogue, flat characters and stereotypes everywhere. Might have chuckled here and there but not worth the watch. All that social media just turns me off in a film where it should be about story line, film angles and getting us to connect with the characters. Well what do I know ...Read more

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Anna

So here's the thing about this film: I watched it a while ago and had very mixed feelings about it. It's made for a very specific sort of audience, and will not be to everyone's taste. If you are a card-carrying Millenial at or near college age who is very invested in the culture of ...Read more

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chloe

ya its bad lol

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Judith

Not good

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Gala

very bad

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mir

thumbs down

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Robert

Millenial angst set in Toronto & U of T.

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Tracy

Was cute to begin with but the characters are not very likeable

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DIANA

awful, stupid movie

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Judith

Seems like a Real Housewives Junior edition. For most of the movie, they just keep having the same conversations over and over and over again, long after the viewer has lost any interest in it.

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Joseph

Loved this movie. This is what a real friendship means. Loved ever frame of it,

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evan

terrible. The epitome of white hipster culture reiterating gender and sexuality norms.

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John

Thanks. white hipster culture reiterating gender and sexuality norms. Good a normal movie just what I am looking for.

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Laura

omg yes!! Total trash. I was really hoping for something progressive.

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Dayna

really good movie..Kind of a primer for coming out and being true to your self. I really liked all the actors. I was kind of done safely and I didn't get why every one was kind of mirror quality pretty. Beyond the language I would t think this movie is fine for say 16-20 yr people..so not bad ...Read more

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Amin

The two lead actresses are actually used to playing a couple. They do a web show about vampires called Carmilla, so if you want to see that version of their relationship, it's out there.

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Julia

Thank you so much, I had no idea about them at all before I found this, and then I found Carmilla because of your comment and it is now one of my most favorite series!!

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