How to Be Single

2016

Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance

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Uploaded by: FREEMAN
May 12, 2016 at 05:02 PM

Top cast

Dakota Johnson as Alice
Alison Brie as Lucy
Rebel Wilson as Robin
Leslie Mann as Meg
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800.61 MB
1280*534
English 2.0
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 50 min
P/S 3 / 34
1.66 GB
1920*800
English 2.0
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 50 min
P/S 10 / 27

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 6 / 10

not what I expected

It's the lives of various singles in NY. Alice (Dakota Johnson) takes a break from college boyfriend Josh (Nicholas Braun) to find herself. She befriends new co-worker hard-partying Robin (Rebel Wilson). Her sister Meg (Leslie Mann) is an OBGYN who suddenly wants to have a baby. After sleeping with bar owner Tom (Anders Holm), Alice tries to return to Josh but he has found someone else. The deliberately-single Tom is taken with Lucy (Alison Brie) who is searching for marriage. Alice dates widower dad property developer David (Damon Wayans Jr.). Meg meets younger Ken (Jake Lacy) at Alice's office Christmas party.

I actually expected four single gals in a raunchy 'Sex and the City' type comedy. That's not what this is although Rebel Wilson does her best to make it one. In fact, I don't remember Alison Brie having a conversation with the other three women. This is really about a bunch of connected singles. It has a bit of fun. The story wants to be substantive but it gets tied up. It's better than those Day-of-the-year movies by Garry Marshall but that's not saying much. It has moments of fun by these actors and the characters are likable enough.

Reviewed by nogodnomasters 7 / 10

Did it involve midgets?

This is a near romantic comedy centering on Alice (Dakota Johnson) who has been cared for her whole life. She breaks up with her college boyfriend Josh (Nicholas Braun) so she can live on her own...with her sister Meg the doctor (Leslie Mann) and her best friend Robin (Rebel Wilson). Robin enjoys being single and leaving her mark all over NYC and gives Alice advice. Meg doesn't want children but delivers them for a living. She has no relationships. As a subplot there is bartender Tom (Anders Holm) and Lucy (Alison Brie) who hangs out in his bar for free Wi-Fi.

Rebel brings to the screen her over-sexed outrageous personality that is always good for a laugh, if not shock value. Alice is our protagonist and is a bit on the mousey side, not being able to operate the menu on her remote. Apparently all the young single people in NYC hook-up with somebody different every night without any worry about consequences, making me feel like when I read a Playboy that the whole world is having an orgy except me.

While the film had its moments and a feel good ending, it wasn't the formula romantic comedy as there was no "Up Where We Belong" moment.

Guide: F-word. Implied sex. No nudity.

Reviewed by kosmasp 7 / 10

All the single ladies ...

Put your votes up (hopefully up and not down that is). But apart from Beyonce lyrics, what does this movie actually give to you the viewer? A somewhat mixture of real but still scripted lives of individuals. It tries to keep it as real as possible and I'd say it mostly succeed. Still there are movies who do not have all the glossy parts and the nice shots accompany the story or elevate it.

Of course this is not about all ladies staying single and not all of them are really content or happy with their situation. Quite the opposite is true for some of them. But you can get into their mindset and the dialog is really well written. If you like your romantic comedy to be unconventional and focus on real women (and men) rather than some fairy tale, this is for you

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