Almost Adults (2016)

TV-14   |    |  Comedy, Drama


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A film about growing apart when growing up. Two best friends relationship strains when one deals with her newfound sexuality and the other with breaking up with her long term boyfriend.


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  • Natasha Negovanlis and Elise Bauman in Almost Adults (2016)
  • Natasha Negovanlis and Elise Bauman in Almost Adults (2016)
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  • Natasha Negovanlis and Elise Bauman in Almost Adults (2016)
  • Natasha Negovanlis and Elise Bauman in Almost Adults (2016)
  • Natasha Negovanlis and Elise Bauman in Almost Adults (2016)

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15 December 2018 | sameenuk
6
| Charming little film
I'm not familiar with the two actresses. I wasn't expecting much. The film itself is a relatively low budget situational drama. It could probably make a decent play.

What I enjoyed was the kookiness of the two leads. They were overacting but then half the story is about overreacting, being a bit annoying and self centred. But as friends, they don't realise it until the friendship is tested. But I liked all the little ways they were reacting to each other, there was real chemistry there. The levity helped break the moments of tension.

I felt there were some overdone moments. The last scene should have been cut. But I guess it shows how both got closure and moved on. The pacing in the story drifts a bit so it's slightly too long. The story isn't convoluted but also not very deep and plays up to some huge cliches, for instance not all women who play softball/soccer/football/sports are lesbians. The way they talk in the film is also annoying at first, but aside from the parents.. That's true of all the actors except the soccer chick.

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