The night stand with no walk of shame and the addition of about every humiliating and fearful around-a-stranger-I-just-slept-with sort of episodes. Both leads do it with style and charisma and we do root for them. Miles Teller has really grown-up since 'The Spectacular Now' and this definitely has its moments, but unfortunately that lame ending sort of destroys everything that it precedes.
Since seeing him in the "frat-boy" comedies such as Project X, 21 & Over, and That Awkward Moment, Miles Teller has seriously grown up -- and in the best possible ways -- as an actor. He shines here with Analeigh Tipton in a charming and disarming demeanor that is pleasant to experience, as if in the room with him yourself. It is a natural, funny, Breakfast-Club-esque film that deserves attention. See it for sure.