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We Are Your Friends is a 2015 drama film directed by Max Joseph (in his feature directorial debut) and with a screenplay by Joseph and Meaghan Oppenheimer, from a story by Richard Silverman. The film stars Zac Efron, Emily Ratajkowski and Wes Bentley, and follows a young Los Angeles DJ trying to make it in the music industry and figure out life with his friends.
The movie possesses two fatal miscalculations: 1.) All ofthese characters are self-absorbed, unsympathetic bores; 2.) It simply isnot very interesting to watch video chats and text messages, particularly whenthe participants are of the sort described in item No. 1. The majority of themovie is spent staring at static web browser and program windows on Blaire's(Shelley Hennig) desktop. Within those windows are smaller video boxesfeaturing close-ups of her friends or text bubbles featuring the writtenexchanges between two characters in the typical, lazy shorthand of onlinecommunication. One imagines the shortcut to a dictionary program in the bottomleft of the screen is an inside joke for those who prefer proper spelling andgrammar in their written communiqués.
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A good, fresh movie, obviously geared towards younger generations with a mostly unknown cast and more than competent direction. There are some great sequences in here, with great visuals and graphics, very visually appealing and even informative.The storyline admittedly is very predictable, and the script is nothing out of this world, however it's fun and realistic, and you feel as though you really meet these characters. What it misses is focus, as the story has 2 different storylines, the one about Cole as a DJ being much stronger, and maybe it would have profited for cutting down on the scenes with friends. Although there are some gems there, it's been done many times before and the ending of that storyline is very predictable.Now although this was never going to get any Oscars, it's still a good and entertaining tale of coming of age tale, and what it lacks in originality, it makes up for with a great soundtrack and pure heart coupled with a great performance by Efron.P.S. The quotes from the movie might be laughable to some, but as a late stage millennial, I feel that quotes like \"are we ever gonna be better than this\" and \"This is the best part. The best part of anything really. It's the moment before it starts.\" are as real and contemporary as they get
For some this might not miss or skip a beat, others might not see this beating at all. And there will be a few who are totally in sync with the beat (down with it so to speak). But the DJ and his friends who all are living their dream (or are they), have to go on a journey ... out of their comfort zone.Growing up or evolving and following what your destiny may hold for you, may not be a subject matter that attracts a lot of attention, but it does attract at least those who are fans of Mr. Efron. And while this isn't his strongest performance yet, that will not affect his fans. I was (pleasantly) surprised seeing Emily R. in this one. The movie itself does not hold many surprises though ...
Cole Carter (Zac Efron) is a part time DJ who work on parties with his group of friends. By day they make money by working for a real estate hustler.Cole encounters a once legendary DJ, James Reed (Wes Bentley.) They share a joint, passion for dance music and Reed gets Cole some gigs. Cole also falls for Reeds girlfriend.The best thing about the film is Cole explaining the basics of being a DJ and how to get a crowd to move at a dance party. The worse thing about the movie is the clichéd story. Also making electronic dance music on screen memorable is rather difficult when it is music that you are meant to dance to.Still Efron gives a bright performance.
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