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After We Collided

5.01 h 45 min2020X-Ray15
Tessa has everything to lose. Hardin has nothing to lose. - except Tessa. Will he change for love?

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Courtney SolomonJennifer GibgotMichael WexlerJonathan DeckterNicolas Chartier
Amazon Studios Voltage Pictures
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3.5 out of 5 stars

2045 global ratings

  1. 55% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 6% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 4% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 7% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 28% of reviews have 1 stars
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KathrynReviewed in the United Kingdom on 26 December 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Don't listen to anyone else!!! It's an amazing film.
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Ok first of all, after I watched After We Collided I thought it would be interesting to look on all the ratings and reviews, they weren't the best. I am only a 13 year old girl and yes I do think that the film has many sex scenes and most of them inappropriate for younger viewers maybe 12 and under, it really depends on the viewer - how well they can understand it. I really have had enough of all the parents saying how horrible the movie is and that it has an awful influence on their children and others. It's not a adult movie, so parents... don't watch it then if it upsets you so much. Neither is it a younger child's movie. The person watching it needs to know that there will be much older content in it. Secondly, in the reviews have read, I have come across many comments on how the movie portrays an unhealthy picture of older relationships to the audience, giving them an expectation. Tessa and Hardin aren't real people, it is just a movie and to be honest it's meant for entertainment, it's not a school video on relationships. Hardin and Tessa are thought to be portrayed as being in a toxic relationship which includes much swearing and arguing, however they push through that, and all other obstacles, to be together, which in my opinion has the exact opposite effect as being in an unhealthy relationship. Anyway, it is a really good film for 13-18 year olds to watch and I really do recommend it. All it really is, is a romantic movie with a few arguments along the way. Lastly, can I just say thank you to everyone who has read through this whole review, I hope you have a good day!! :)
P.S. to all the annoyed parents, I'm really sorry if any of this has angered you, it was only meant to be thought-provoking. Bye!!! :)
210 people found this helpful
ConstantGardenerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 December 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Hard Pass!
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Really dull and predictable plot made up for (or at least they tried to) with the usual sensationalism of sex and toxic situations/relationships... which might have worked to some degree if you had the chance to like or empathise with any of the characters... which would make the whole thing a lot more tolerable. Poor acting. Poor soundtrack. Really nothing good to say about this.

Give this a miss.
47 people found this helpful
MalteserReviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 December 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
A sequel as good as the original!
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After watching the original on Netflix only a month ago it was a great surprise to find the second movie that I didn't even know about on Amazon the day it was released. The chemistry between the two leads lives on and the story line is just as gripping as the first. Some people have reviewed this badly claiming it's just poorly shot sex scenes or abusive relationships but that's the point. In life people do live through unhealthy and toxic relationships and love can still exist along side it. That doesn't make it right but it des make it the truth and no one or nothing is ever perfect so what's wring with telling a realistic story. And the toxicity doesn't start with the two leads but from their parents, with one having seen traumatic events and the other it's a suffocatingly over protective mother. So it's not even surprising to see these two find each other with one looking for a purity and innocence that was robbed off him in his childhood and the other finding a damaged soul in a bad boy that stands for everything she was kept away from. The only thing that I didn't like in its second movie was the cliched cat fight which was unnecessary and slightly demeaning as though the only way women kno how to sort through things is hormonal hair pulling and name calling. However past that one flaw I think it's a story well told and it remains to be seen how the third installment plays out.
40 people found this helpful
LauraReviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 December 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Absolutely dire
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I watched this with my daughter and we were both bored stiff! There is no real plot other than them arguing and having mediocre sex. He cannot act at all. We spent most of the film doing impressions of him and laughing!

The 'hero' spends a lot of time shouting WTF which is exactly what we said when we finally got to the end!
38 people found this helpful
YAReviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 December 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Didn’t think a film could be worse than After
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If you want to waste your time this christmas, give this film a gander. Consisting entirely of gratuitous sex scenes and poor acting, the only thing missing was an actual plot.
30 people found this helpful
K&D83Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 02 January 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
New adult mush at its best
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Firstly, before I get going I loved this movie. An unrealistic, college love story with no sense of reality or real consequence for people's actions, marvellous!

Now, I assume if your going to watch this movie, you've either read the books, or watched the 1st movie "After" (if you haven't, it's on Netflix).

After watching this 2nd movie, and apparently films 3 and 4 are being made, I realised, this is 50 shades of grey/Twilight fan-fiction on a tamer vibe.

Hardin (Christian/Edward) is our damaged, beautiful, tortured soul, hot as hell, difficult upbringing, deep deep Daddy issues male lead. Tessa (Anna/Bella) our innocent, studious, smothered by an over protective mother, virginal female lead.

In film 1, while there is sex and mild college related drug mis use, its a pretty tame film, no swearing, quite romantic.... Film 2, lots more sex, the F word is used so many times I lost count, and everyone seems to have aged 5 years, despite it being set only 1 mth after the 1st film ended.... The difference in the vibe of the 1st film to the 2nd is almost jarring and the characters, while only being a month further on in their lives have had full personality and wardrobe make overs....

Basically, the film is new adult mush... Clearly the 1st film did well, and again, as with 50 shades and Twilight, they've grabbed on to that money train to bring in those teenage girls (and some 30 somethings in my case) by making the 2nd film more grown up....

Lastly, Tessas work colleague Trevor may look oddly familiar to those of us of a certain age.... You may remember him as Ross Gellers son Ben on Friends, and Hardin is Lord Voldermort from Harry Potter..... What a time to be alive.... Enjoy x
23 people found this helpful
Dr I.Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 December 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
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The dialog was poor. The contents of the movie are non existent. Very repetitive. Summary: sex a couple gof times and two--three parties. No character build up. No plot. I had to press the forward button several times, it was so predictable or repetitive dialog. Did the writers got COVID-19? Fatigued? Confused?
20 people found this helpful
Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 December 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
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I loved it!
The after series is my favourite book series and I 100% think Hero and Josephine have nailed playing Hardin and Tessa in this movie!
I can’t wait for the next one!
Obviously it’s not as good as the book but what movie is ever as good as a book!
I think they done an amazing job!
Very proud of them!
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