Two Night Stand Review [WATCH VIDEO]

By Hannah Aven Guarin | 3 years ago
Two Night Stand Review [WATCH VIDEO]
Miles Teller at the film premiere of “Divergent” in California on March 18, 2014

EOne Entertainment’s “Two Night Stand” is a romantic comedy film directed by Max Nichols, from the screenplay of Mark Hammer. The cast member includes: Miles Teller, Analeigh Tipton, Scott Mescudi, Jessica Szohr and Michael Showalter. “Two Night Stand” opens in theaters on Sept. 26, 2014. Read on to learn more about the film’s synopsis, including reviews from top critics.

“Two Night Stant” Synopsis:

Megan (Tipton) is bum and loveless. Her sister urges her to do something with her sex life by engaging in online dating. She then meets Alec (Teller) and goes to his place. A supposedly hook up did not end well as Alec and Megan have to spend another day together. When Megan wakes up and tries to get out from Alec’s apartment, she finds out that a huge block of ice is keeping her from leaving.

“Two Night Stand” Review:

As of this writing, the film scored 36 percent from Metacritic, and 20 percent from Rotten Tomatoes, with 91 percent of the moviegoers are keen to see it.

James Rocchi of rated the film a 4.8. He mentioned in his review that although the lead stars were very charming in the film, the plot failed to deliver.

“Charming but contrived, more slapdash than sexy and more interested in late-act reversals than real-life relationships, ‘Two Night Stand’ isn’t really going to scratch anyone’s itchy spots, no matter how far it’s willing to go in trying to do so,” wrote Rocchi in his review in

The Hollywood Reporter’s Stephen Farber noted in his review that the plot was splutter, not to mention forgettable.

“Despite their best effort and those of an accomplished technical team (headed by cinematographer Bobby Bukowski), this film emerges as a likeable but forgettable trifle,” wrote Farber in The Hollywood Reporter.

What do you think of the film? Did it live up to your expectations? Let us know by posting your comments below.

There you have it for the synopsis and review of “Two Night Stand.” It opens in theaters on Sept. 26, 2014. Follow Movie News Guide (MNG) for more updates on upcoming films.

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