Movies about dating others
Zany situations and lapses of twisted logic make for a comedic romp when a free-spirited hippy couple (Mo and Ned) inadvertently show up a week late to attend the wedding of shallow ...
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She decides she'd like more sexual experiences before settling down with the man she loves, so she convinces Ed they should "see other people" (as in, sex with strangers), even as they continue to live together and plan the wedding. Each knows someone who thinks this idea is cool; each has a friend who thinks they're nuts.
Things start reasonably well, but soon their relationship goes awry.
But can love still bloom while you're sleeping with other people?
Writer/director Leslye Headland's (Bachelorette) sexy romantic comedy co-stars Amanda Peet, Adam Scott, and Natasha Lyonne.
Jake is well on his way into being a multi-millionaire through a startup that he works on with his married best bud Xander (THE LEAGUE’S Jason Mantzoukas), but Jake just can’t “grow up” and quit sleeping around.
Flash forward 12 years and the formidable experience shapes the two individuals into adults with relationship issues that real people actually go through.
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Lainey, who has been having an off-and-on-again relationship with Matt, who is now a doctor, learns that he is engaged. The two go on one date where they confess their sexual problems to one another.
At the end of the date Jake confesses that he wants to sleep with her.
The two form a platonic relationship and the film asks the typical question, “Can men and women be just friends?