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This movie is the predecessor of No Strings Attached and Friends with Benefits. I remember that the two best friends are medical students and one day they decide to sleep together without the emotional attachments. Also, they are a part of this group of friends who at one time or another sleep with each other but these two have secret feelings for each other. At the end, I remember the girl tells her friends that the boy broke up with his girlfriend right before prom to take her (his best friend) to prom. Apparently, her boyfriend had dumped her.

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Do you have a timeframe that you saw the movie? 80s, 90s, etc. – bluefeet Oct 18 '13 at 2:06
@bluefeet I don't know the release date of the movie but I watched it a couple of years ago. I remember most of the scenes but I don't remember the name of the movie or of any of it's cast members. – Zindi Oct 18 '13 at 14:04

Is it Friends (With Benefits)? I'm not talking about the Mila Kunis & JT one, there was an earlier one in 2009. Plot line on IMDB seems to match up with your description:

Meet Chloe and Owen: best buds since their sandbox days. Now, in med school as they attempt to balance the weight of their studies, his job, her band, their parents, their friends (their sanity), they find little time for relationships...but lots of time for the desire. One fateful day, a brave Owen proposes the "perfect" solution: Friends (read: no messy relationship stuff)...with benefits (read: insanely messy sex stuff). "Perfect," that is...if the two hadn't always been secretly in love with one another So what DOES happen when two close friends decide to secretly blur the lines dividing friendship and relationship...and the rest of their tight knit group of friends finds out? The answer: complications arise. A LOT of complications. In fact, to quote their therapist, "It's brought down empires; imagine what it can do to a group of friends".

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Thank you for the edit Christian. Just getting used to things :) – Charles Baker Nov 21 '13 at 12:02

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