Thursday, September 25, 2014
Two Night Stand Review - 1 Star
Two Night Stand merits a mention because of its director Max Nichols–son of Mike Nichols. Unfortunately “Two Night Stand” tells a generic boy meets girl story with a contemporary twist. But I guess you have to start somewhere. Analeigh Tipton finds herself jobless and boy-friend less so she goes on line and hooks up with Miles Teller — the young actor so many people liked in “The Spectacular Now.” The couple spends the night not knowing a major blizzard has trapped them in his apartment. They argue and can’t leave. The movie feels like a two character play and might have worked better on a small stage done live. Don’t go looking for sexy. “Two Night Stand” comes off blah and boring. Does it deliver what it promises? Not even close. Is it entertaining? Not even close. Is it worth the price of admission? You’ll hate yourself in the morning.