Actor Zac Efron arrives to the premiere of Focus Features' "That Awkward Moment" at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live on January 27, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images/AFP
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NEW YORK: Actor Zac Efron navigates the tangled, complex web of dating and the New York singles scene in "That Awkward Moment," a film that puts an uncommon spin on romantic comedy: the male perspective.Michael B. Jordan, a 2013 National Board of Review breakthrough performance winner for his role in critically acclaimed drama "Fruitvale Station," plays the more mature Mikey in his first comedic role on the big screen.Romantic comedies are a favorite type of film for writer-director Tom Gormican, who tried to revitalize the genre with "That Awkward Moment".The R-rated film tries to give women a peek into the man cave, showing how young men relate to each other.
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