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After We Collided (2020)


Tessa finds herself struggling with her complicated relationship with Hardin; she faces a dilemma that could change their lives forever.

After We Collided (2020)

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Released Year: 2020
Runtime: 105 minutes
Genre: Drama, Romance
Directors: Roger Kumble

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Tessa finds herself struggling with her complicated relationship with Hardin; she faces a dilemma that could change their lives forever.

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Reviews


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The A.V. Club - Caroline Siede
After We Collided is too invested in its central couple to know what to do with its new romantic rival. Which is a shame because Sprouse turns in one of the film’s livelier performances.
50
Screen Rant - Molly Freeman
After We Collided is riddled with cliches and tired young adult tropes, but its dramatic romance and laughable dialogue offers some escapist fun.
12
RogerEbert.com - Peter Sobczynski
A film so lazy and inane that it feels as contemptuous towards its audience as I am towards it.
0
Variety - Jessica Kiang
“After” was merely awful. After We Collided is atrocious. Naturally, it’s proving an enormous pandemic-era hit.

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