#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Incoming NYU freshmen and childhood neighbors Naomi and Ely have been in love with each other their whole lives, even though Ely isn’t exactly into girls. The institution of a “No Kiss List” has prevented the two from rifts in the past, but their bond is tested when they both fall for the same guy. The once-inseparable pair must figure out if their friendship is strong enough to get past such an epic predicament as they struggle with the realities of growing up.
Plot: The bonds between Naomi and Ely are tested when they fall for the same guy.
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Great for teens
I went in wanting to assess Matthew Daddario’s acting so I had little to no expectations.
It’s a nice little movie with a good pace, great music and excellent costumes.
Victoria’s acting did nothing for me. At no point in the movie did I feel her despair, excitement or any other emotion she was apparently experiencing. Pierson was amazing, touching, sensitive and sensible. Sadly, Victoria was giving him so little material to work with, he often came out too strong and overtly emotional. Still, an actor I will watch out for.
So I went in for him but he was the biggest disappointment. I found he played his character the same way he plays Alec in Shadowhunters. Huge bummer… While in Shadowhunters it works great with the book character as it brings him a more complete personality – except for the occasional out of character lines – it worked even better here as Gabriel. The two characters are so blurred, now I will see Gabriel every time I watch Alec. That being said, great chemistry between Gabriel and Naomi, Naomi and Ely but nothing between Ely and Bruce 2.
Overall, it’s an OK movie that 16 years old girls should enjoy. I would recommend it to them.
Privileged white kids cannot work their self-made problems
Vapid narcissists Ely and Naomi maintain a toxic friendship where they are co-dependant and yet not honest to each other. An affair between their parents (which ended in a divorce and a barely-together-marriage) has not broken their bonds, even though they harbour unspoken resentment toward each other — made worse by their ill-advised pact to never date boys they both find attractive.
Perhaps we’d feel concern for them if they weren’t both so self-absorbed and actually wanted the best for each other. Nope, Naomi would rather Ely conform to her fantasy relationship with him where he is not gay and he gives her the love she lacks from her father — and Ely would rather not call out Naomi on her disregard for her other friends and current boyfriends, or even call her out on being a bad college student for that matter.
What happens doesn’t even matter — like most kids they’ll realise that they created most of these problems themselves, and that other people actually have REAL PROBLEMS and maybe they should actually get a hobby or something.
If this in any way resembles your life, SEE A THERAPIST ASAP. The characters in this movie are not real, and if they were, everyone would hate them, because they are horrible. Gain some perspective and watch the news or read a book. Just don’t be Naomi or Ely. They suck.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 29 min (89 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director Kristin Hanggi
Writer Rachel Cohn (novel), David Levithan (novel), Amy Andelson (screenplay), Emily Meyer (screenplay), Emily Meyer, Amy Andelson
Actors Victoria Justice, Pierson Fode, Matthew Daddario, Ryan Ward
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