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What Now

What Now

It's a match!Apr. 03, 2015 USA100 Min.
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8.8 1,304 votes

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Three best friends explore the world of online swipe dating in Los Angeles and quickly find out that anyone who judges you based on your salary or number of social media followers is someone who has their own soul-searching to do.

What Now
Original titleWhat Now
IMDb Rating4.7 244 votes
TMDb Rating5.3 2 votes

(4) comments

  • javs1April 7, 2015Reply

    The new ”SWINGERS”?? I think NOT

    I guess making it big in Hollywood is a pretty daunting prospect for
    any young filmmaker, scriptwriter or actor and there will always be the
    temptation to try and reproduce the success of the legendary 1996
    SWINGERS in which a group of unknown (until then) friends and
    struggling actors, fed up with the lack of opportunities joined forces
    to create on a shoestring one of the funniest movies of all time. Jon
    Favreau wrote, produced and starred in a film that made household names
    of Vince Vaughn, Ron Livingston and himself among others and i’m afraid
    that though a valiant effort, Ash Avildsen’s WHAT NOW comes up short on
    almost every level. Technically the film is OK, direction,
    cinematography, editing etc are all competent. the problem lies mainly
    on the acting and the story which follows the tribulations of a group
    of unsuccessful thirty somethings on their quest for love using
    untraditional, modern methods and though this is an interesting
    premise, it is delivered without panache or an ounce of charisma by a
    group of actors that are in the majority of cases totally miscast. Jo
    Cassiere is supposed to be the all out comic relief of the movie yet he
    comes across more like a demented weirdo. Lorenzo Antonucci’s role is
    totally clichéd and Bizzy bone AKA B-Murda never for a second made me
    believe that he was a former successful rapper though supposedly he is
    in real life which makes it even worse as he shouldn’t even have to
    try. As for Ash Avildsen, his lack of screen presence is worrying for
    someone who aspires to be an actor not to mention his flair for comedy
    as a director which is utterly inexistent. The over the top acting and
    the clear attempt at giving us very witty and clever dialogues doesn’t
    help and turns a group of guys that should have been likable into a
    bunch of burnt out,cynical and pretty mean at times thirty somethings
    for whom nobody is rooting. Avildsen tries to create a clever comedy
    with some light touches of drama but fails miserably on both accounts
    giving us characters completely devoid of any charisma for which is
    almost impossible to feel any empathy. All in all definitely NOT the
    new SWINGERS.

  • irideinstyleApril 13, 2015Reply

    Funny with heart!

    Wasn’t sure if I’d like this movie as much as I did! But I was
    pleasantly surprised when by the end of the film, I was invested in the
    characters and relating to their experiences and emotional journey. I
    found myself caring about what happened, and rooting for the ”little
    guys.”

    The guest appearances and pop culture references were the sprinkles on
    top of this ”tinder dating” cupcake. Definitely caused me to laugh out
    loud throughout the movie, quite an accomplishment these days!

    I definitely suggest this movie to anyone looking for good times with
    good laughs.

  • ricky-29096May 14, 2015Reply

    Definitely has a select audience to realize full potential

    I personally found this movie hilarious being a pro wrestling fan who
    uses tinder. There is a ton of jokes in there that only pro wrestling
    fans would appreciate. Obviously, this isn’t a ”Hangover” or Swingers
    like someone else mentioned, but it is a fun comedy that you won’t get
    bored with. The acting was not great but good enough. Some of the
    visuals weren’t fantastic, and who ever was the guy who’s job was to
    pull focus didn’t do the best job. I think early in a guys career, Ash
    did a pretty solid job with this movie and I would definitely watch it
    again and recommend it to a friend. Like it said, this movie is
    definitely a movie that has a select audience and I respect Ash’s
    attempt to make a movie that HE wanted to make and you can definitely
    tell that this film was from the mind of someone who got to make a
    movie his way and not overly influenced by a studio.

  • tfarber-05498May 20, 2015Reply

    Short, but sweet review.

    I loved this movie, I tried using Tinder, an online SWIPE dating app,
    and it has really worked in my favor. This movie is definitely based
    upon what will happen when you get a Tinder account, because you never
    know what you’ll get. You’ll get a bunch of gross pictures, you’ll get
    a bunch of anxiety from a person who doesn’t reply, and you’ll get
    happy when they ask you on dates. This movie displays all of that in a
    funny matter. Looking for love in all the wrong places may just work
    out sometimes. I honestly didn’t expect this film to be so funny, and
    all the guest stars were just the cherry on top of everything. What Now
    was a cute, and funny film and I hope to see more work in the future
    from Ash Avildsen! Bravo!!!!!

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