Ziege, Sven and Haeschen are the best of friends - bound together by their non-excisting relationships with girls. When they discover a plant that produces a kind of fluid to stimulate your... See full summary »
To win back his ex-girlfriend, a conservative accountant enlists the help of an exotic dancer to guide him on a quest for sexual experience, leading him into a world of strip clubs, sensual massage parlors, cross-dressing and S & M.
Follows the relationships between a gay man and his girlfriend, a suffering married couple, three roommates, a pair of reunited ex-lovers and a grandfather who decides to celebrate his birthday in the company of an attractive young woman.
María Cristina Peña y Lillo
A late bloomer, 15-year-old Flo experiences his sexual awakening, relentlessly targeting his gorgeous classmate Leonie. Flos friends eagerly try to help him out. The only problem may be Leonies boyfriend.
16 year old SON has finished his exams with his mum's blessing is allowed to celebrate with his best girlfriend in a gay nightclub. Seduced by the music and atmosphere he finds himself in a... See full summary »
The problem with sequels is that the ideas from Part One don't work in Part Two, Three etc. because they're not new. And unfortunately in sequels the old ideas are mixed with a stupid plot. All this proves once again with "Sex Up Ich könnt' schon wieder", the sequel from hit comedy "Sex Up Jungs haben's auch nicht leicht".
We remember: In "Sex Up 1", three mates (Ziege, Sven and Häschen) discovered a plant which needs rubbish to grow and which produces a highly effective aphrodisiac. Now, in "Sex Up 2" the three friends (Sven is replaced by Max, Sven's ex-boyfriend) live and study in Berlin. One day, when there is really no money left guess what they discover in the garbage? Now, as this is a sequel: Do the friends experience the same mistakes as in part one? Do they experience even more stupid things? Is water wet? While the three protagonists had character and wit in Part One, here they are simply reduced to idiots (well, two idiots and a gay sex maniac). Plus: The producers make the same mistake as those who did "Bridget Jones 2": They repeat exactly the same jokes and funny situations that were so hilarious in Part One and you watch it thinking: I saw exactly the same jokes in "Sex Up 1", why should I bother at all? This movie is just bad and a waste for actors like André Kaminski. I guess when he thinks back one day and remembers making this movie, he will only have one excuse for it: I was young and needed the money.
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