College "frenemies" Lauren and Katie move in together after losing a relationship and rent control, respectively. Sharing Katie's late grandmother's apartment in New York City, the girls bicker with each other until one fateful night, when Katie's noisy bedroom activities make Lauren barge in and discover a dirty little secret. This revelation brings them closer together, and Lauren (the brains) and Katie (the talent) concoct a wildly successful business venture. As profits swell, the girls reevaluate their hopes and dreams and realize that just because someone pees in your hair in college doesn't mean she won't be your best friend 10 years later.
|Release Date||:||August 31, 2012|
|Production Company||:||AdScott Pictures|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Director||:||Jamie Travis, Aprill Winney|
|Writers||:||Katie Anne Naylon, Lauren Miller|
|Casts||:||Ari Graynor, Lauren Miller, Mark Webber, Justin Long, Mimi Rogers, James Wolk, Nia Vardalos, Sugar Lyn Beard, Don McManus, Seth Rogen, Ken Marino, Steven Shaw, Kevin Smith, Veronika Dash|
|Plot Keywords||:||crude humor, best friend, phone sex, innuendo, dirty joke|
Y-A-W-N ... a perfect example of a film that had absolutely no reason to be made (other than the empty avarice, enabled by a palpable disdain for its' intended audience, manifested by the producers of such a useless, worthless, waste of time, energy, and resources), and has nothing original, intelligent, or entertaining to offer. Old, lazy, and tired, unimaginative, sitcom "writing", characters and situations. If you dislike being amused, challenged, or stimulated - go waste an hour-and-a-half having your intelligence insulted by this pointless exercise in vapidity. You would probably derive more engaging entertainment, mental stimulation, and satisfaction playing solitaire with a deck of fifty-one cards. Mimi Rogers should have passed on this embarrassment. Seth Rogen? Kevin Smith? Are you kidding? Red Flags. How do these lumps get work? I guess the poster boy for brainless pablum (Asston Kutcher) was busy. Do yourself a favor; stay away.