After We Fell movie review - Aussieboyreviews


Alike the previous films, After We Fell is a boring drama movie overtaken by sexual content. This sequel improved on some aspects, but is a terrible waste of time.


As Tessa makes the biggest decision of her life, revelations about her family and Hardin’s past threaten to derail the couple’s plans and relationship.

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Movie details

Director: Castille Landon
Cast: Josephine Langford, Hero Fiennes-Tiffin, Louise Lombard, Rob Estes, Arielle Kebbel, Chance Perdomo
Writer: Sharon Soboil
Release Date (Australia): 22 October 2021
Runtime: 98 minutes/1h 38m
Genre: Romance, Drama
Country: USA, Bulgaria
Language: English

CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)

Themes (M)

The film contains thematic material including alcoholism, homelessness and relationship disputes.

Violence (PG)

Violent content includes punchings that are accompanied by minor blood and bruising detail.

Coarse Language (M)

The film contains uses of the word “f**k”.

Sex (M)

The film features several sex scenes and verbal sexual references.

mpaa rating

R (for sexual content and language)

Aussie boy's thoughts

The terrible construction continues with the familiar cycle of stupid jealousies and tedious sex, instead of at least attempting to create a new interest. It was plainly obvious to everyone that After We Fell was going to be an utter disaster, mainly expected after its previous messes, After We Collided and After. However, it’s extremely boring this time.

How are there fans to this pathetically dramatic romance? The first two films were arguments and sex; After We Fell seems to decrease the amount of arguments, but focuses too heavily on… pretty much nothing. It’s very slow-burning and seriously seems to have to point or target. The dialogue is also just as terrible.

After We Fell also takes a brief and very small look on extremely unfair jealousy between the lead lovers, Tessa and Hardin. And the character development is an utter nightmare to real romances. This also contributes to making the entire plot very difficult to concentrate on. But now after the third instalment to a moveless and hopeless couple, who in the world actually would want to anticipate the next predictably-foolish chapter?

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