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Adam and Robbie have both played love interests to Sarah Hyland. Interestingly, on their episode of Modern Family with all 3 of them, Adam's character was in love with the girl that Robbie's character was dating, identical to the plot of When We First Met. See more »
When Noah and Carrie are getting coffee, Noah's glass level goes up and down repeatedly and sometimes the whipped cream is completely gone only to return again. See more »
Holy shit! I owned your ass, space-time continuum! I just travelled through time.
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Written by Ali Dee (as Ali Theodore), Anthony Mirabella, Nikki Ann Sorrentino and Susan Paroff
Performed by Louka
Published by LDJ One Music / Tonybella Productions
Courtesy of The Practice (Worldwide) See more »
Like most movies, has it's positives and negatives.
'WHEN WE FIRST MET': Three Stars (Out of Five)
A romantic comedy about a guy who travels back in time, multiple times, in an attempt to get out of the 'friend zone' with the girl of his dreams. It stars Adam Devine, Alexandra Daddario, Shelley Hennig, Robbie Amell and Andrew Bachelor. It was directed by Ari Sandel (who also helmed 2015's 'THE DUFF'), and it was written by Devine and John Whittington (who also co-wrote 'THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE' and 'THE LEGO NINJAGO MOVIE'). The film was released by Netflix through it's streaming site. I found it to be mildly amusing.
Noah Ashby (Devine) has been hopelessly in love with his best friend Avery Martin (Daddario), ever since the night they met. He felt that night went perfect, but she has kept him in the 'friend zone' ever since (and now she's engaged to someone else). Upon making a wish in a picture booth, to make things different, Noah travels back in time to the night he met Avery. When he doesn't set things right the first time, he keeps traveling back in time (to the same night) in a desperate attempt to get it right.
The movie has a cool premise, and it's kind of a unique new twist on the time traveling flick, but other than that it's kind of simple and unoriginal. Devine is good in it though, and he's always funny in my opinion. Daddario's character is pretty unlikable though, in my opinion as well, and I had a hard time even relating to why he's so in love with her. It's also pretty obvious, the entire film, who he should be pining after. The film, like most movies, has it's positives and negatives, and I'll give it a slightly above average rating for them.
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