Date and Switch

2014

Comedy / Drama / Romance

151
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 30%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 37%
IMDb Rating 5.8 10 7013

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Nick Offerman as Terry
Aziz Ansari as Marcus
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1hr 31 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Reno Rangan 5 / 10

Friend with a gay dude!

The title name was good. The story looked interesting as well, but only a basic platform. Despite 90 minute film, there were empty in the middle of the narration. Or you can call it a drag. It started off quite good, revealing about two childhood friends growing together towards the end of the high school. Then suddenly everything changes between them when one of them declares to another that he's a gay. Following that, all the pros and cons of how their future relationship would be were told.

Family too has some part, but it was focused from a friend's perspect how unexpectedly the things would change in such situation. There was some fun, though not that great. Actors were nice, and so the direction, even though the script was taken out from the blacklist. I think averagely worked out. With usual teenage film cliches, still enjoyable one. Maybe by the youngsters. For the rest, it is good to watch as a timepass flick, otherwise not worth it.

5/10

Reviewed by schf 3 / 10

30 something actors pretend to high school students in botched unfunny mess

on minute into the film I began to wonder if it was going to be like this all the way through.The dialogue is very annoying ,the writer clearly thinks he's funny but it just grates badly and pulls you out of the movie. The two main actors are ,in the grand American tradition of all people portraying high school students, clearly much older.If they made a joke about there worry lines and five o'clock shadows maybe it could have started to save this odd little movie.

The plot lifted from American pie is about losing there virginity before prom and celebrating with a marijuana cake?and that's it. nothing deep or meaningful to say about homosexuality or society just a no joke comedy with appalling dialogue.

Reviewed by Prismark10 4 / 10

Charming but not quirky enough

Gawky childhood friends Michael (Nicolas Braun) and Matty (Hunter Cope) are about to graduate and have their high school prom and strive to lose their virginity before then.

When Matty comes out as gay to Michael he accepts it but then makes a play for Matty's girlfriend while also trying to hook up Matty in gay bars where they also bump into one of their teachers.

However Michael has betrayed Matty confiding in him and tries to make amends at prom night.

The premise of the film while refreshingly different does also come across as another bawdy let us get laid before prom comedies which you find in movies like American Pie but with added gayness.

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