Amigos con derecho a roce reparto
When harry met sally…
With two attractive main actors and trying to make a name for itself in the world of cinema, “Con derecho a roce” offers us a story that tries to leave the sentimentality and the cloying of romantic comedies. I say tries, because as expected, even if the monkey is dressed in silk…The story may be original, two friends who do not… See more
I went to see it at the cinema and the only ones who laughed at everything were our friends (…) is a movie where they get to fuck hard and maintain a friendly relationship and make love as whoever they want without giving explanations. In the movie the protagonists fall into the trap that they themselves want to avoid, to maintain a serious relationship and with the stories of the girls, they are… See more
After a fun night together exploring the city, Dylan accepts the job. The next day, Jamie gives Dylan the contract to sign to complete his mission. Not knowing anyone in town, he and Jamie quickly form a friendship. One night, while watching a romantic movie in Jamie’s apartment, they discuss sex and personal relationships, and come to the conclusion that sex shouldn’t involve a lot of emotional commitment, drawing an analogy to tennis players, who don’t get romantically involved after a game. They both feel the need for a physical connection, and agree to have sex without emotion or commitment (friends with rights), that same night they try it out by having sex and saying their disagreements and desires, after several encounters, Jamie feels that this is not what he wants and asks Dylan to stop.
Screen Gems was authorized to continue with the title Friends with Benefits after Paramount Pictures rebranded its new film as No Strings Attached, a romantic comedy starring Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher that also deals with the theme of friendship and sex.
Made of honor
Friends with privileges. American romantic comedy directed by Will Gluck and starring Mila Kunis, Justin Timberlake, Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone and Patricia Clarkson; also known as “Con derecho a roce”.
This film tells the story of a couple of friends who try to take their relationship to another level, that is, to remain friends while maintaining sporadic sexual relations without any commitment.
Jamie (Mila Kunis) is a young talent scout who convinces Dylan (Justin Timberlake) to go to work in New York as an art director for GQ magazine. There the two friends, both single and attractive, decide to embark on a strictly physical relationship with no strings attached, but still just friends. “Just sex,” is what they agree. What they can’t imagine is that this kind of hybrid relationship will bring them nothing but complications.
The film received very good reviews from specialists. It was felt that the film was very dynamic, fast-paced, and a very funny comedy, with a nicely matched Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis.
The plot of ‘Friends With Benefits’ not only seems to be self-contained in the title, but it doesn’t seem to consist of much more. At least the trailer doesn’t provide much more substance than several couples at different points in their relationship trying to make the idea of not mixing sex with feelings work. This theme, which we’ve already seen in several recent films, might be played slightly differently here, or at least I’d like to hope so.
Even if I don’t trust too much and I’m afraid that, as is almost always the case, everything is going to be aimed at the classic moralistic moral, I am struck by the cast of this film, especially as far as women are concerned: Mila Kunis, Emma Stone, Jenna Elfman, Rashida Jones… On the male part, I’m not particularly amused by Justin Timberlake’s leading role, although I do think that Andy Samberg, Bryan Greenberg and, of course, Woody Harrelson’s cameo can bring some humor.