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Plot: A romantic comedy centered on the two high schoolers: Dave, who until now has pined for a girl he can't have, and Aubrey, a creative type who's dating a guy who doesn't quite understand her.
Runtime: mins Release Date: 18 Oct 2012
I really have so many to wrap up this film with such a great words. At the beginning I want to mention I am 16 year old boy and I definitely will watch it second time or even more.Film was great from the first time and I really want to say thanks to the authors and actors. Britt Robertson played a great roll and she is so cute and wonderful through the hole film. From the beginning they were all at a party and they were in the back alley. Dylan O'Brien was practicing his speech for the girl she liked a lot from childhood. But when he met girl called Aubrey and she was struck away from <more>
her. I do not want to spoil but one thing I have to say is that it is great film to watch and it has a really good idea behind all this.In conclusion I want to say that The First Time went really to my heart and it is really good movie. Actor work was brilliant and I hope that you love this film as much as I am.
Best film in this genre I've seen for a long time ..Sexy and Funny (by paul_alderson2011)
This is my first review and after watching 'The First Time' I thought I would write this ..'Aubrey britt Robertson meets Dave Dylan O'Brien after a house party in an alley way they immediately hit it off and even though Aubrey is in a relationship with a guy who doesn't understand her she begins to fall for Dave . The acting is this is really astonishing the chemistry between the two main characters is second to none , feels so real . Britt Robertson is so sexy and funny too , amazing actress. Dylan O'Brien is super talented in this funny romantic comedy. Wish there <more>
were more movies as good as this and as well acted.Would highly recommend 10 out of 10 from me .. LOVED IT !!
I thought this movie handled teenage romance, chemistry, nervousness, perhaps actual first time sex, really well. If it's truly the first time for both kids..it can be weird and confusing. I especially enjoyed the music and can't find a soundtrack. : I thought the characters were original. The conversation between the 3 guys was not untypical of what I had with my buddies back in the day...long ago. The one scene where the guy yells back at them "what's wrong with you assholes..." wasn't really a necessary scene. It appeared the director just forgot to drop that on <more>
the floor. However, it would have been nice to have seen a little more interaction between Dave and Aubrey..like the theories he talked about and the discussions he was referring to. Still I'm 52 and I watched it with my teenagers and we all loved it.
As good as a high school rom-com gets (by thereisnothingleft)
I really liked The First Time. I don't feel the need to summarize what the movie is about, as the other reviews and the summary does that job, but I really enjoyed this movie. The writing for this movie really stood out to me, as the conversations felt so real between characters because of subtle little things that happen in most conversations in real life. That's a credit to the actors as well, but when you see the movie, especially the first time the main characters meet, you will understand what I mean.It's a shame this film didn't get a bigger release in theaters because <more>
Dylan O'Brien and Britt Robertson are both terrific. They make the two characters blend so well together it's hard not to root for them to wind up together. The supporting cast does a great job as well, but this movie is all about Dave and Aubrey so there wasn't a large chunk of material for any of them.The only thing I can suggest for this movie is don't go into it expecting to make you laugh hysterically. Don't get me wrong, it's a very funny movie, but it's more of the type that makes you smile, grin, or giggle. Can't go without mentioning the soundtrack either, its phenomenal and every song goes with its moment.Overall, I highly recommend this movie. The only way I could see someone disliking the film is if they are not into rom-coms or high school movies, but if you are then why are you even watching it in the first place?9/10
Hodgeman to the rescue...lucky girl ..!! (by pratima347)
Just when rom-coms got all boring and oh-so-predictable and we decided to write them off of our Sunday evenings, Jon Kasdan presented this cute,funny movie- the first time. Thank you!Beautiful literally characters,witty dialogues,good background score and decent acting make this a great option for the rom-com genre fans. The movie did not leave me feeling all mushy and longing for romance...but it was definitely a feel good ride..it actually lifted my spirits : Try not to miss it.You will like it,if not love..but it's hard to dislike such a "from the heart" love story. Do <more>
watch it..it's not a waste of time..pure entertainment.
A Cute Teen Comedy That Isn't Overly Cliché (by cinemadeviant)
Dave Dylan O'Brien is a high school senior that is infatuated with a girl named Jane Victoria Justice . As he practices a speech to let her know how much he likes her in an alley during a party he meets Aubrey Britt Robertson . Dave and her start to talk and get to know each other on a walk home. This sparks a relationship that begins during this first weekend for their meeting. The only thing is that Dave still has feelings for Jane and Aubrey currently has a boyfriend. Throughout the weekend they both go back and forth with each other trying to figure out their feelings. As well as <more>
when their "first time" will be and with who.There's been many teen comedies over the years that have had pretty much the same subject matter. This one though is a type that I don't think I've seen in quite some time. It had the inner workings to be a raunchy teen comedy but instead it came across very cutesy even despite the main subject matter. It's not a bad thing. In fact it's refreshing. Nowadays all you see is R rated comedies that like to push the envelope and this film I feel gives a fairly honest and sometimes hilarious look at the complicated life of a teenager was done in a way that doesn't seem overly cliché. O'Brien did extremely well. His character Dave wasn't exactly a nerd but more of a dork and you can't help but root for him every step of the way. His hopeless romantic personality is the polar opposite of Aubrey and provides some really humorous and really sweet moments. Robertson brought forth a lot of maturity to her character and I absolutely loved it. Her character could easily own a conversation then turn right around and throw out a look as if she has no idea what she's talking about. It was scenes like that, that I found myself laughing at. If you're a girl I think you're definitely going to love it. If you're a guy I think you're going to like it a lot more than you expect. I literally sat there watching the movie with a smile on my face or laughing most of the time. A definite must watch!
Gets by on charm, character-charisma, and slick writing (by StevePulaski)
The First Time seems like a film that would be as redundant and as vacuous as the title it boasts, when in retrospect, it's a rather complete film. A very surprising one at that. It's talky, moving at a slowburn pace, which is a blessing, especially in this genre, open to showing human characters function in a strange world, and deep in its focus on two characters that do more than meet-cute - they stay cute. They also make it easy to like them since they're sincere and just as confused as we were as they quickly wander out of adolescence before they even felt like they were <more>
in.The film opens with Dave Dylan O'Brien , a senior in high school, rehearsing lines in a back alley during a party that he plans to recite to Jane Nickelodeon's Victoria Justice , a close friend he has big feelings for. He is overheard by Aubrey Britt Robertson , a Junior in high school, who's friends are the party in the house next door. They have a nice, intimate discussion about relationships and crushes, and Aubrey even gives him some rather harsh constructive criticism on his letter, which she says is rambling and petty and isn't likely to sway her feelings at all. Despite this, Dave continues talking with her and they dance preciously in the alley until the party is raided by police.They then decide to go to Aubrey's home, where they listen to vinyl, drink wine, and sleep together on the bed innocently enough, despite Aubrey making clear that she has a boyfriend. The next morning, Aubrey, in a freaked-out state-of-mind, forces Dave out the window, reminding herself not only that she has a boyfriend but pretty strict parents as well. This sets up a tone for the weekend.What follows is Dave's attempts to connect with Aubrey, avoid her preachy and overly-clingy boyfriend Ronny James Frecheville , and receive advice from his pals Simon Craig Roberts and "Big Corporation" LaMarcus Tinker , all in the span of one weekend. It isn't hard to figure out where this will lead, as the title pretty much blatantly gives it away. This will be the first time both Dave and Aubrey have sex, which they discover isn't as exciting or as easy as they thought; one of the most charming additions to The First Time. The film never leaves the ground of reality, and even during the scenes of the party, never do we feel that director Jon Kasdan is attempting to perpetuate raunchiness between characters or force situations onto them. The dialog also by Kasdan remains controlled, yet so alert that you would think it's done in a form of improvisation.The leads are especially likable, as well, giving the film an elevation in the character-department, which is what many teen comedy-dramas struggle to create. While these characters may be a bit too eclectic and distinctly-drawn for some audience members to connect with, they are nonetheless interesting and made likable by their innocent, judgments, and their chemistry. Dylan O'Brien and Britt Robertson do wonderful work as teens caught up in the mixed-signals and adolescent nature of relationships, crushes, and insecurities. Victoria Justice is a pleasant addition to the cast, but those looking for her as a character worth putting on the poster will be disappointed; she is allotted, maybe, ten minutes of the whole project. But in those ten minutes, she says a few things that give you the indication why this project wasn't backed by Nickelodeon. Regardless, I laud her for trying new territory; sign her up for a Harmony Korine project next.There are different levels of teen films in 2013. They can excel to nearly unobtainable levels of masterworks like The Breakfast Club or The Perks of Being a Wallflower, steady their sights on competence and energy and be something like Drumline or Little Birds, or could go in the dumpster along with Girl in Progress and the wretched Project X. The First Time may be, at times, predictable, fluffy, and too eclectic for its own good, but it gets by on charm, character-charisma, and slick writing. Unfortunately, it's something that will unfortunately go predominately unseen by teenagers.Starring: Dylan O'Brien, Britt Robertson, Craig Roberts, Joshua Malina, James Frecheville, Christine Taylor, and Victoria Justice. Directed by: Jon Kasdan.
One of the Best Teen Love Films of Recent Times (by danew13)
I go back quite aways to A Summer Place and Parish,yet even as a senior citizen I found The First Time to be a refreshingly honest and well acted film highlighted by the performance of Britt Robertson, a young actress who unfortunately is in the shade of Jennifer Lawrence and Ellen Page...yet I hope she can find he way into the sun because she has a lot to offer.The film, although light hearted, doesn't deal in mind numbing clichés. It is about the real emotions of modern high school kids, who you realize aren't that much different from the kids of my generation.It's nice to see <more>
a film where kids actually fall deeply for each other rather than just fleeting sexual attraction.
I was very impressed by Britt in this film. The storyline is typical but the truthfulness that the characters bring is why this movie is so good. Teenage sex for the first time is a big deal and that is explored throughout the movie. Also the realization that sex is not such a big deal is also explored very true to life. Aubrey is so willing to loose her virginity to a typical jerk because she knows that sex is not going to be good at this point anyway. Dave thinks it should be special and mean something. The relationship between teenager and parents is briefly shown and rather funny. The <more>
chemistry between Aubrey and Dave is unmistakable and i really enjoyed watching them together.