Poots has recently been seen starring opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman in "A Late Quartet", and will star opposite Penn Badgley in a Jeff Buckley biopic "Greetings From Tim Buckley".
However, thanks to AWOD’s focus on the current “selfish” generation of 20-something men, there’s a feeling of authenticity to their moronic ideals – it seems sadly real when Jason, given the chance to be a decent human being, becomes evasive because “that means we’re dating.” The boys’ expletive R-rated banter furthers the genuineness to decent comedic effect, though often undermined by some misplaced farcical gags that hit-or-miss.
While Mikey buries his sorrows in a tub of ice cream, Jason (Efron) hits it off with Ellie and Daniel (Teller) hooks up with Chelsea.
But what was intended as one-night stands quickly turn into something more, leading to the eternally awkward, titular question.
Released under the title That Awkward Moment in the US....
When Mikey (Jordan) breaks the news to his two buds that his partner left him, the boys attempt to cheer him up by making a pact to hit the town as swingin’ singles.