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VIDEO: 5 Ways That Awkward Moment cast avoids awkward Xmas moments

How do millennials handle the holidays? Awkwardly, of course! Watch this exclusive video detailing what you definitely should and shouldn’t do this Christmas season.

WARNING: This video contains adult content and language not suitable for children.

Zac Efron, Miles Teller (The Spectacular Now) and Michael B. Jordan (Parenthood) play roommates trying their best to navigate the New York social scene in style. Unfortunately, this trio of hotties mostly seems to just embarrass themselves.

The good news is that king-of-raunch writer/director Tom Gormican (Movie 43) put all those moments in this new comedy for us to enjoy.

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In the film, the young men explore relationships and one-night stands with party gals, and getting to that moment in the relationship where they have to figure out where the whole thing is going. Commitment? Friends with benefits? Never want to see you again? It’s all possible.

But then these three Don Juans vow to keep their bachelor status for as long as humanly possible because getting dumped by women is too painful and humiliating. But wouldn’t you know it, somehow they each fall in love, despite their wild libidos.

This racy video will hilariously instruct you on five holiday-related activities, like where not to hang mistletoe. The video also includes hints on looking your best and how to enjoy all things in moderation — especially Viagra.

When Miles Teller’s character Daniel calls Zac Efron’s character Jason on the phone and explains he’s had too much Viagra and can’t pee, Jason tells him to get “horizontal.” This makes for one kooky image, one probably never before seen on celluloid. But that’s filmmaker Tom Gormican’s mission — he likes to shock.

Shot in Manhattan, That Awkward Moment also stars doe-eyed Brit Imogen Poots (Jane Eyre), girl-next-door beauty, Addison Timlin (Californication) as Alana and the sexy Lola Glaudini (Persons Unknown) as Lois.

This R-rated comedy opens in theaters Jan. 31, 2014.

Photo credit: Film District

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