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We Are Your Friends (2015)

We Are Your Friends

Overview


Genre

Drama

Release Date

August 28, 2015

MPAA Rating

R

Duration

96 min.

Studio

Warner Bros. Pictures

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.    Readers  Be the 1st!

Cast and Crew


Director

Max Joseph

Producer

Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Liza Chasin

Screenwriter

Max Joseph, Meaghan Oppenheimer

Starring

Story


From Warner Bros. Pictures and Studiocanal comes the romantic drama "We Are Your Friends." The film marks Max Joseph's (MTV's "Catfish: The TV Show") feature film directorial debut, and stars Zac Efron ("Neighbors"), Emily Ratajkowski (upcoming "Entourage," "Gone Girl") and Wes Bentley ("Interstellar," "The Hunger Games").

"We Are Your Friends" is about what it takes to find your voice. Set in the world of electronic music and Hollywood nightlife, an aspiring 23-year-old DJ named Cole (Efron) spends his days scheming with his childhood friends and his nights working on the one track that will set the world on fire. All of this changes when he meets a charismatic but damaged older DJ named James (Bentley), who takes him under his wing.

Things get complicated, however, when Cole starts falling for James' much younger girlfriend, Sophie (Ratajkowski). With Cole's forbidden relationship intensifying and his friendships unraveling, he must choose between love, loyalty, and the future he is destined for.

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PREMIERE PHOTO

Zac Efron
Premiere of We Are Your Friends - Red Carpet Arrivals
Aug 11, 2015
Zac Efron
Premiere of We Are Your Friends - Red Carpet Arrivals
Aug 11, 2015

REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..what's missing here is not just a more out-of-the-box approach to narrative, but a more adventurous sense of style..”
by Justin Chang [Variety]
“..We Are Your Friends doesn't rewrite the tune on movies about sexy young musicians who learn "to thine own self be true," but it remixes it with style. Thumping with high-octane energy from start to finish..”
by David Ehrlich [Time Out New York]
“..flawed but fitfully entertaining film..”
by David Hughes [Empire Online]