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5.81 h 36 min2012R
Facing infertility because of his impending treatment for cancer, a young hipster sets off to impregnate a woman -- any woman -- before time runs out.
Peter Templeman
Ryan KwantenSarah SnookRyan Corr
English [CC]
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Bojana NovakovicSusan PriorDaniel Henshall
Jodi Matterson
Well Go USA Entertainment
R (Restricted)
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Substance usealcohol usenuditysexual contentviolence
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3.8 out of 5 stars

61 global ratings

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ikwiReviewed in the United States on December 6, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Funny and heartwarming, with great dialogue and acting
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I enjoyed this move way more than I expected I would. It's a technically a rom-com, but so much funnier, better scripted, and better acted than most. Seriously, the acting is superb, especially the three leads, and the facial expressions alone are worth the watch. I also love how rundown their house is, and how uncombed and disheveled everyone looks, like real young adults who don't have their act together yet, and not the plastic/tanned/heavily made-up Hollywood depiction thereof. The sex scenes are realistic and well done, not Hollywood prudish. The main couple's scenes are gorgeous and steamy and sensual, and feel true to the characters' growing intimacy. Overall, the movie is fast paced and funny and moving, with great character development and acting -- a real gem!
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Russell SReviewed in the United States on June 22, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Another gem from Australia
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Everybody loves Jonah (Ryan Kwanten) - especially the ladies. He's young, hot, sharing a cool house with his best friends Gus (Ryan Corr) and Stevie (Sarah Snook), and throwing parties that rock AND keep the bills paid.
Then: that awkward moment when your random one-night-stand asks, is that a lump? He has testicular cancer and once his testicle is removed he will not be able to have children. He goes on a mission to have a child before it happens. He tries and tries and finally looks in his own back yard. Ryan is excellent and so is Sarah Snook, these 2 are so perfect together and the other roommate Ryan Corr is hysterical. I loved everything about the movie including the fact that they tossed me a few curves that I did not see coming. The ending was exactly what it should have been.....totally loved it. Big recommendations.
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NISEYReviewed in the United States on July 30, 2013
4.0 out of 5 stars
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This was a pleasure! Ryan Kwanten has a face and expression that emote such feeling that he hardly has to speak the words. He created Jason Stackhouse and is nothing like that character, yet we love and laugh with him every episode of True Blood. These movies should be more advertised to us happily-ever-after people so that we can relate them to each other and make them a hit. We don't need gratuitous death, just a slightly complicated resolved happy ending. Life is already full of misery. Give us just the right amount of sex and a great epilogue and we'll keep coming back for more. Someone should cast Ryan Kwanten in a hit that showcases his empathy. He would be a major star and I being 62 and not a beefcake groupie, would watch anything in which he starred. Enjoyed this movie thoroughly and would recommend it to all happily-ever-after junkies. (The other two major characters were also perfectly cast.)
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DeckerReviewed in the United States on January 8, 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
Solid and surprisingly good
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Another solid film from Australia. The two stars, Ryan Kwanten and Sarah Snook are both quality actorsl--especially Sarah Snook (see her play a guy in Predestination with Ethan Hawke), who's clearly the stand-out of the film and someone to watch. The dialogue, acting and production quality are all first rate. This isn't a Seth Rogen raunch-out, like you might expect, but rather takes some twists and turns that keep you pulling for our protagonists as we watch them change. Heartfelt and endearing without being sappy, and really a surprisingly good film. Time well spent.
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KatReviewed in the United States on May 10, 2013
5.0 out of 5 stars
Much sweeter than I expected
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I thought this would be a very raunchy movie, but it turned out to have more more heart than you would think. Some people might find it slow, but I find that slower indie movies are much more realistic and easier to relate to. I will mention that it might offend some people's sensibilities. Obviously there's sex - an mildly extended blowjob scene, and some tastefully done full on sex scenes in the middle. Obviously premarital sex and babies, and treating reproduction as a business arrangement. Lastly they throw in some cocaine, which I found rather jarring and unnecessary. Still, funny movie with a core that I think a lot of people can relate to.
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collegestudentReviewed in the United States on December 16, 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
What a 'jewel'
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Pun intended, you won't soon forget about this 'jewel' of a film. The plot is perfectly set with wonderful character development. The acting is spectacular and the characters clearly play off each other's emotions. There is a bit much sex for my taste but it was well intertwined with the plot. Overall it was a good film
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AnaReviewed in the United States on February 23, 2021
3.0 out of 5 stars
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From start to finish this movie surprises. I simply loved the premise of a white man having to deal with the limits of his own sexual reproduction and the challenges he has (or doesn't have) as a white male that feels the deep desire to procreate. Well, you know how it ends….duh
Ornery MalmseyReviewed in the United States on September 10, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
Completely Unrealistic
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Has anyone involved with this movie actually gone through treatment for testicular cancer? I would doubt it. In most cases, if the ultrasound and/or bloodwork indicate that cancer is likely, the testicle is removed and then biopsied before a diagnosis of testicular cancer is made. Then, don't get me started on the infertility aspects...
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