Adam a 14 year old typical hormonal boy fails to come on to Emma at summer camp and was rejected. In the years that followed, both Adam and Emma continued to cross paths. Eventually these lifelong friends gave in to the sexual chemistry between them and began to have spontaneous sex. Emma makes it clear to Adam that this is to remain purely physical and is not interested in a committed relationship. Adams father Alvin had just begun dating his ex-girlfriend and is horrified by the taught and is disinterested in monogamy as well. For a while their approach towards sex worked well with no feelings attached. Emma is able to focus on her career, while Adam plays the field without the fear of hurting her. However, a long the way Adam begins to develop feelings for Emma that he had never encountered with his past sexual conquests. Before you know it both have become emotionally invested. Is commitment in the cards for these two who swore it would be purely physical?
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Best part of story, including ending:
I really enjoyed this movie because it relates well to what many people in life experience. It was filled with humor and kept me interested in wanting to know what was going to happen between the two characters.
Best scene in story:
My favorite scene would be when Adam holds a balloon with Congrats on it and Emma says, " Congrats? for what? Having sex with you? and Adam replies with, " Yeah. You did a really good job so I thought you deserved a balloon."
Opinion about the main character:
What I enjoyed about the main character is how funny he is. His character keeps you engaged in the movie.