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The two form a platonic relationship and the film asks the typical question, “Can men and women be just friends?” The answer is yes, they can– but we all know the trappings of a romantic comedy. Headland’s refreshing take on modern dating is calibrated almost perfectly to the actual landscape looks today (Hint: it really sucks and it’s super stressful).

The responses are written by an advice columnist (colloquially known in British English as an agony aunt, or agony uncle if the columnist is male).Anyone can be a columnist and create their own advice column. Users can also interact with the columnist and with each other to voice their opinions.E-mailing advisers is popular because readers can open up their personal problems without exposing their identity to the world.Our two romantic leads Jake (Jason Sudeikis) and Lainey (Alison Brie) meet in college and after a nice convo and a few quips wind up having some good old fashioned virgin sex with each other.Flash forward 12 years and the formidable experience shapes the two individuals into adults with relationship issues that real people actually go through.Cole Clay // Film Critic SLEEPING WITH OTHER PEOPLE | 101 min | R Director: Leslye Headland Starring: Jason Sudiekis, Alison Brie, Adam Scott, Amanda Peet, Jason Mantzoukas, Katherine Waterston and Andrea Savage .

That cliché is far too broad for the NYC native’s sensibilities that lie within this raunchy yet sweet film.

It’s a pretty fudged relationship to say the least which causes Lainey an exponential amount of anxiety.

Most have experienced that feeling when that special somebody calls and you get a bad rush of adrenaline that goes up through your spine and into your chest.

Internet sites such as the Elder Wisdom Circle offer relationship advice to a broad audience; Dear Maggie offers sex advice to a predominantly Christian readership in Christianity Magazine, and Miriam's Advice Well offers advice to Jewish people in Philadelphia.

Men as advice columnists are rarer than women in print, but men have been appearing more often online in both serious and comedic formats.

It takes the conventions you may have expected and flips the script while giving you a few very flawed but likable characters.