It’s not that the producers tried to fly under the radar – they were just too busy making the actual movie.
READ MORE: Sundance 2017: ‘Newness’ and ‘Trumped: Inside the Greatest Political Upset of All Time’ Added to Lineup Doremus’ fourth film to premiere in Park City after “Douchebag,” “Like Crazy” and “Breathe In,” the movie stars Nicholas Hoult and Laia Costa as a couple in contemporary Los Angeles navigating the world of online dating and social media–driven hookup culture.
This online dating movie proves that you don’t need to be young to work the Internet correctly.
After a divorced woman tries a dating website for the first time, she meets a man that may be her true love.
But while the stories of how we met our significant others seem to have changed suddenly with every innovation, the evolution has really been gradual and the journey stretches further back into history than you think.
Solidly creepy throughout and a standout in the tech-centric/found-footage horror genre.
Since 2010, social media is the newest killer on the block.
Released: 2011Main Social Media Featured: Chat room Two teenage girls start chatting with a guy online.
This movie defines long distance dating, as this couple has a love that spans “across time.” Living two years apart connected only by a magic mailbox, this couple writes love letters to each other in the hopes that one day, the magic mailmen will be replaced by real mailmen who hate their lives and deliver mail 24 months late.
The perfect movie for anyone who loves outlandish dating requests, Must Love Dogs is the best John Cusack movie since Say Anything (not counting any of the movies he did from 1990-2005).