Some are my own, some are culled from other sites, all I agree with. As you read these, remember the thing about red flags: they are warnings of potential problems, not necessarily deal-breakers. No one is perfect, so you will probably have a red flag or two with just about any guy. We all have different tolerance levels; one woman's red flag is another woman's deal-breaker and a third woman's non-issue.
But what was intended as one-night stands quickly turn into something more, leading to the eternally awkward, titular question.
Hide After a night of vigorous coitus, Imogen Poots’ Ellie giggles resentment for not having made Zac Efron’s Jason wait longer for sex. But then I realised, I’m a dude.” With that, we get a solid idea on the film’s perspective on modern masculinity, with characters not above lying and manipulation in order to “punch a card”.
Regardless of whether your answer to that question is “yes, of course” or “well, maybe not” there came a tipping point in Cusack’s career and - because I’m the kind of unbearable git who’s fond of pointing to a particular point in time and declaring “here’s where it all went wrong” - I’m gonna say that it may well have been when even I, as a somewhat disenfranchised fan, got excited for , Cusack has made around 17 movies. Even taking into account the possibility that some of those could’ve sat on the shelf for a while, I think it’s safe to say that John Cusack’s career is not in a good place right now, and may need a hug.
The covers for a fair few of these outings are very similar.
The man has made some good movies; no one can deny that.
But the question I always end up asking myself is: are they good because he’s in them?
R-rated metro rom-com starring Zac Efron as one of a group of three commitment-phobe friends, each caught in their own dating limbo. Jordan (Chronicle), Miles Teller (The Spectacular Now) and Imogen Poots (Fright Night).
Released under the title That Awkward Moment in the US....
We are to understand that Mr Cusack will be portraying the character of White Man With Gun, while his female co-star often cowers slightly behind his shoulder.
For what is White Man With Gun without Woman Being Protected By White Man With Gun? Are there any hidden gems amongst the pile of straight-to-DVD and VOD movies the man has churned out since the numbing disappointment of is a flat action thriller set in the British countryside, where Cusack assumes the role of a CIA agent assigned to protect code operator Malin Akerman at a secret American base.
Anyway, watching your DVD fixed that and I'm definitely more confident at meeting women at my university now.