Friends with Benefits begins with a female PR absolutely wants to get a brilliant author, convincing him to work for a magazine.
After he settles in New York, she becomes his best friend by taking him around the city‘s most popular clubs.
One evening they come to talk about their private life, both disappointed with their latest relationships gone bad.
So they decide to make a pact: to be friends with benefits, having sex without problems or commitment.
But after they get intimate, it will be difficult for the two to separate sex and feelings.
Funny romantic comedy made of direct and sincere dialogues with two beautiful protagonists at ease in their lover’s role.
A good understanding that initially begins in the glamorous contexts of NY, then continuing in the private lives of the two boys.
Two people who go beyond the simple cover stars seem at the beginning, in a relationship that obviously won’t be as easy as they thought with their sexual agreement.
Justin Timberlake perfect as a clean face for the newcomer to town, sexy and elegant in its genuine simplicity.
Equally gorgeous and talented, Mila Kunis, an intelligent talents hunter who ends up falling in love with her professional prey.
A small role also for the hilarious Woody Harrelson, here as the young boy’s gay mentor. First to warn him that their deal will never work and later the one who will advise him on what to do.
Light and carefree romance comedy by Will Gluck. Directing his honest film that gives the right emotions, dosed and measured for all the public.
Friends with Benefits is a classic every time good movie, fun to watch for couples and the more lonely hearts.