10 YEARS

Romantic Reunion

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Release Date: September 14, 2012

Starring: Channing Tatum, Jenna
Dewan-Tatum, Justin Long,
Rosario Dawson, Lynn Collins,
Brian Geraghty, Ari Graynor,
Max Minghella, Oscar Isaac,
Anthony Mackie, Ron
Livingston, Kate Mara, Aubrey
Plaza, Scott Porter, Chris
Pratt

Genre: Drama

Audience: Teenagers and adults

Rating: PG-13

Runtime: 100 minutes

Distributor: Anchor Bay Films/Starz/Liberty
Media

Director: Jamie Linden

Executive Producer: Scott Lumpkin, Eric Gores,
Frank Mancuso, Jr.

Producer: Channing Tatum, Reid Carolin,
Marty Bowen, Wyck Godfrey

Writer: Jamie Linden

Address Comments To:

lity: * * * Acceptability: -2
SUBTITLES: None
WARNING CODES:
Language: LLL
Violence: None
Sex: S
Nudity: None
MPAA RATING: PG-13
RELEASE: September 14, 2012
TIME: 100 minutes
STARRING: Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Justin Long, Rosario Dawson, Lynn Collins, Brian Geraghty, Ari Graynor, Max Minghella, Oscar Isaac, Anthony Mackie, Ron Livingston, Kate Mara, Aubrey Plaza, Scott Porter, Chris Pratt
DIRECTOR: Jamie Linden
PRODUCERS: Channing Tatum, Reid Carolin, Marty Bowen, Wyck Godfrey
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Scott Lumpkin, Eric Gores, Frank Mancuso, Jr.
WRITER: Jamie Linden
BASED ON THE NOVEL/PLAY BY: N/A
DISTRIBUTOR: Anchor Bay Films/Starz/Liberty Media


CONTENT: (RoRo, C, LLL, S, AA, DD, M) Strong Romantic worldview about following your heart, with a redemptive element when former bully asks for forgiveness; 33 obscenities (including two “f” words), four strong profanities and 26 light profanities; no violence (in fact a character asks for forgiveness for being a bully in high school); implied fornication, kissing, suggestive dancing, and character flirts with other women when in a married relationship; no nudity, but girls in revealing dresses; drinking and drunkenness; no smoking but marijuana use; and, lying.
GENRE: Drama
INTENDED AUDIENCE: Teenagers and adults
REVIEWER: Evy Baehr
REVIEW: 10 YEARS follows a group of high school classmates at their ten year reunion. As is typical when having a large cast, 10 YEARS has an episodic plot line merely about how the night at the reunion unfolds.
Ten years have passed, and it’s time for Jake to go back to his high school reunion. He decides to bring his girlfriend, Jess. However, Jake’s high school sweetheart, Mary, is at the reunion also. This throws off Jake’s plan to propose to Jess. The whole night he has the desire to reconnect with Mary.
Though this is the case, Mary has already gotten married. Of course, two high school sweethearts have married and have children, Cully and Sam. Cully was the high school football star while Sam was a leading cheerleader, but now they are married with children. Wishing he had never grown up, Cully drinks way too much at the reunion in order to relive high school days.
Meanwhile, two best friends, Marty and A.J., try to win the heart of the most attractive girl in the class, Anna. Anna wants to show she has maintained that status and shows up to the reunion in a tight red dress. She flirts with both Marty and A.J., even though A.J. is married. While A.J. and Marty are getting the attention of Anna, Reeves, who has become a famous singer, is trying to get the attention of his high school crush, Elise.
The night unwinds in a funny way as each character builds on one relationship or another. People have changed since high school and things are not as they appear, but all and all, friends are still friends.
10 YEARS has some funny moments. It will remind many viewers of their own high school experience. However, it doesn’t have a climax. Instead, it’s rather episodic and seems to just portray the night’s events. Despite this problem, things play out in an entertaining manner, with some good acting to support the characters.
10 YEARS has a Romantic worldview. The characters are shown just following their hearts in the moment. 10 YEARS also has plenty of cursing, crude language, and marijuana use, so extreme caution is advised.
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Content:

(RoRo, C, LLL, S, AA, DD, M) Strong Romantic worldview about following your heart, with a redemptive element when former bully asks for forgiveness; 33 obscenities (including two “f” words), four strong profanities and 26 light profanities; no violence (in fact a character asks for forgiveness for being a bully in high school); implied fornication, kissing, suggestive dancing, and character flirts with other women when in a married relationship; no nudity, but girls in revealing dresses; drinking and drunkenness; no smoking but marijuana use; and, lying.


Summary:

10 YEARS follows a group of high school classmates that are at their 10- year reunion. As is typical when having a large cast, 10 YEARS has an episodic, though entertaining, plotline. It also has a Romantic worldview, crude language, and marijuana use, so extreme caution is advised.


Review:

10 YEARS follows a group of high school classmates at their ten year reunion. As is typical when having a large cast, 10 YEARS has an episodic plot line merely about how the night at the reunion unfolds.



Ten years have passed, and it’s time for Jake to go back to his high school reunion. He decides to bring his girlfriend, Jess. However, Jake’s high school sweetheart, Mary, is at the reunion also. This throws off Jake’s plan to propose to Jess. The whole night he has the desire to reconnect with Mary.



Though this is the case, Mary has already gotten married. Of course, two high school sweethearts have married and have children, Cully and Sam. Cully was the high school football star while Sam was a leading cheerleader, but now they are married with children. Wishing he had never grown up, Cully drinks way too much at the reunion in order to relive high school days.



Meanwhile, two best friends, Marty and A.J., try to win the heart of the most attractive girl in the class, Anna. Anna wants to show she has maintained that status and shows up to the reunion in a tight red dress. She flirts with both Marty and A.J., even though A.J. is married. While A.J. and Marty are getting the attention of Anna, Reeves, who has become a famous singer, is trying to get the attention of his high school crush, Elise.



The night unwinds in a funny way as each character builds on one relationship or another. People have changed since high school and things are not as they appear, but all and all, friends are still friends.



10 YEARS has some funny moments. It will remind many viewers of their own high school experience. However, it doesn’t have a climax. Instead, it’s rather episodic and seems to just portray the night’s events. Despite this problem, things play out in an entertaining manner, with some good acting to support the characters.



10 YEARS has a Romantic worldview. The characters are shown just following their hearts in the moment. 10 YEARS also has plenty of cursing, crude language, and marijuana use, so extreme caution is advised.


In Brief:

10 YEARS follows a group of high school classmates at their 10-year reunion. 10 years has passed, and it’s time for Jake to go back to his reunion. He decides to bring his girlfriend, Jess. However, his high school sweetheart, Mary, is also at the reunion. They join a married couple and two men, who try to win the heart of the most attractive girl in the class. The night unwinds in a funny way as each character builds on one relationship or another. People have changed since high school and things aren’t as they appear, but all and all, friends are still friends.
10 YEARS has some funny moments. It will remind many viewers of their own high school experience. However, the movie doesn’t have a climax but is rather episodic. Also, 10 YEARS has a Romantic worldview where the characters just follow their hearts in the moment. 10 YEARS also has plenty of cursing, crude language, and marijuana use. So, extreme caution is advised for the reunion comedy 10 YEARS.