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Sex and Death 101 -- A guy's life is turned around by an email, which includes the names of everyone he's had sex with and ever will have sex with. His situation gets worse when he encounters a femme fatale (Ryder) who targets men guilty of sex crime.

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One Man. One List. 101 Women. Some Fantasies Are Too True to Be Good.
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A guy's life is turned around by an email, which includes the names of everyone he's had sex with and ever will have sex with. His situation gets worse when he encounters a femme fatale (Ryder) who targets men guilty of sex crime. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Robert Wisdom ... Alpha

Tanc Sade ... Beta

Patton Oswalt ... Fred

Simon Baker ... Roderick Blank

Mindy Cohn ... Trixie

Winona Ryder ... Death Nell / Gillian De Raisx (#101)

Keram Malicki-Sánchez ... Master Bitchslap

Julie Bowen ... Fiona Wormwood (#29)

Neil Flynn ... Zack

Corinne Reilly ... Lizzie

Cindy Pickett ... Roderick's Mother

Winter Ave Zoli ... Alexis De Large (#37)

Dash Mihok ... Lester

Bryan Okes ... Buzzkilling Bodyguard (as Bryan Okes Fuller)

Jessica Kiper ... Precious / Carlotta Valdes (#30)

Bryan Ross ... Bachelor Party Buddy (as Brian Ross)

Greg Travis ... Vulgar Newsstand Vendor

Sophie Monk ... Cynthia Rose (#31)

David Magidoff ... Video Store Geek
Marshall Bell ... Victor Rose III
Buckley Norris ... Club Owner (as Buckley Francis Norris)

Amanda Walsh ... Stewardess Kathleen

Candice Coke ... Greta Samsa (#32)

Thom Bishops ... Malcolm the Bartender

William Caploe ... Barista Bill

Zachary Gordon ... Barbecue Brat

Rob Benedict ... Bow-Tie Bob

Natassia Malthe ... Bambi (#63)

Pollyanna McIntosh ... Thumper (#64)

Leslie Bibb ... Dr. Miranda Storm

Patrick Holland ... Wonderful Waiter

Ryan Cutrona ... Officer Krupke

Nicole Bilderback ... Dr. Mirabella Stone (#66)

Cean Okada ... Edwina Massey (#67)

Siobhan Ellen ... Esther Fenchel (as Siobhan Flynn)

Christopher Stapleton ... Terry Fenchel (#71)

Lauren Hill ... Amberette (as Lauren Michelle Hill)

Frances Fisher ... Hope Hartlight (#80)

Retta ... Ethel Walters (#100) (as Retta Sirleaf)

David Bortolucci ... Agent
Cate Ferguson ... Death Nell Wannabee
Annie Kehoe ... Death Nell Wannabee Two

Skyler James Sandak ... Roderick Blank Jr. (as Skyler James)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Matt Baker ... Rejected Clubgoer (uncredited)

Kacie Borrowman ... Vixen Blitzen (#69) (uncredited)
Yara Brighton ... Death Nell Wannabe (uncredited)

Elena Caruso ... Death (uncredited)

Tony Christopher ... Frat Guy (uncredited)
Colette Claire ... School Girl (uncredited)

Ingrid Coree ... Waitress (uncredited)

Cole Downing ... Nerd (uncredited)
Aaron Geller ... Death Nell's First Victim (uncredited)
Marcus Alexander Hart ... Comic Store Geek (uncredited)

Ashley McCarthy ... Mona Farlow (uncredited)
Marshall McClean ... Party Guy (uncredited)

Jonas Neal ... Frat Guy (uncredited)

Elisha Skorman ... Helena Hartford (uncredited)
Heather Tocquigny ... Catholic School Girl (uncredited)

Indira Varma ... Devon Sever (uncredited)

Vitaliy Versace ... Waiter (uncredited)

Directed by
Daniel Waters 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Daniel Waters (written by)

Produced by
Cary Brokaw .... producer
Lizzie Friedman .... producer (as Elizabeth Zox Friedman)
Aaron Geller .... executive producer (as Aaron Craig Geller)
Jerry P. Jacobs .... co-producer
Greg Little .... producer
 
Original Music by
Rolfe Kent 
 
Cinematography by
Daryn Okada (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Trudy Ship 
 
Casting by
Andrea Stone-Brokaw  (as Andrea Stone)
 
Production Design by
John Larena 
 
Art Direction by
Helen Harwell 
 
Set Decoration by
Peggy Paola 
 
Costume Design by
Julia Caston 
 
Makeup Department
Merc Arceneaux .... makeup artist
Diana Brown .... makeup artist
Suzanne Diaz .... makeup artist (as Suzy Diaz-Westmore)
Deborah K. Larsen .... makeup department head
Lisa Meyers .... hair stylist (as Lisa J. Meyers)
K.G. Ramsey .... hair department head
 
Production Management
Jerry P. Jacobs .... unit production manager
Jeffrey M. Rose .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Leah King .... second second assistant director
Eric A. Pot .... first assistant director
Robert 'Skid' Skidmore .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Corey Adams .... art production assistant
Joe Blecha .... production painter
Kelley Sean Crawford .... art production assistant
Sarah Geller .... on-set dresser
Andrew Guinn .... set dresser
Dallas Richard Hallam .... assistant property master
Matthew Hardiman .... swing
Jason E. Hatfield .... set dresser
Tony Howell .... set dresser
Tom Humphrey .... on-set dresser (as Tom Humphrey)
Ben Lewis .... property master
David Lloyd .... lead man
Jean Pierre Patie .... on-set painter
Matt Pennington .... construction coordinator
Anthony Price .... on-set dresser
Brook Shafer .... on-set dresser
Jeffrey K. Shu .... carpenter
Jeffrey K. Shu .... propmaker
John Sutherland .... propmaker (unconfirmed)
Daniel Trainer .... set dresser (as Daniel Eady)
 
Sound Department
Gary Coppola .... sound re-recording mixer
Gary Coppola .... supervising sound editor
Frederick Howard .... sound effects editor
Yagmur Kaplan .... adr editor
Yagmur Kaplan .... adr mixer
Maciek Malish .... dialogue editor
Coleman Metts .... production sound mixer
Jordan Pontell .... dialogue assembly
Edward M. Steidele .... foley artist
Chris Trent .... foley mixer
Jerry Trent .... foley artist
David Warburton .... post facility coordinator
Ace Williams .... boom operator
Mandell Winter .... sound effects editor
Mark Allen .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Christopher Dusendschon .... digital imaging supervisor: iO FILM
Michael Mintz .... digital film colorist
Robert Beebe .... digital effects technician: iO FILM (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Steve Adcock .... camera operator: "a" camera
Ron Batzdorff .... still photographer
Paul Birk .... additional lighting technician
Dennis Bishop .... gaffer
Dennis Bishop .... lighting technician
William Boatman .... camera operator: 'b' camera
Kevin Britton .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
James B. Crawford .... gaffer (as Jim Crawford)
Nicole Dayton .... grip
Alfredo Denila .... dolly grip (as Alfredo S. Denila III)
Michael Druez .... company grip
Eric Fletcher .... Steadicam operator
Eric Fletcher .... camera operator
John C. Flinn IV .... first assistant camera: 'b' camera
Donald Francis .... additional lighting technician (unconfirmed) (as Donald R.Francis)
Gerrit Garretsen .... dolly grip
P.J. Gaynard .... daily electrician
P.J. Gaynard .... lighting technician (as Patrick Gaynard)
Michael D. Gonzalez .... grip
Joe Guzman .... grip
David Hirschmann .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Mike Hodges .... key grip
Donald S. Hubbell .... company grip
Jose H. Huete .... lighting technician
Gigi Johnson .... camera production assistant
Jeff Journey .... additional grip (as Jeffrey Journey)
Daniel Kauahi .... dolly grip
Scott Kidner .... best boy electric
Kenny King .... additional grip
Tommy James Lewis .... first assistant camera: "b" camera (as Tommy Lewis)
Jon Lindsay .... second assistant: "a" camera
Gary Louzon .... additional grip
J. Steven Matzinger .... first assistant camera: 'b' camera
Larry McCarron .... company grip
Zoran Milosavljevic .... additional lighting technician
Miguel Montes de Oca .... rigging grip
Darin Necessary .... first assistant: "a" camera
Lance Nicholls .... lighting technician
Daniel Ochoa .... lighting technician (as Daniel J. Ochoa)
Doug Price .... second assistant: "a" camera
Steve Redondo .... best boy grip
Mike Reyes .... company grip (as Michael Reyes)
Kosta Rigopoulos .... rigging grip (as Costa Rigopoulos)
Alexander Salazar .... additional grip
Brian Schultz .... lighting technician
Perry Shultz .... lighting technician (as Perry Schultz)
Paul Storino .... dolly grip
Lacey Terrell .... additional still photographer
Dave Warfel .... best boy electric
Dave Warfel .... lighting technician (as David Warfel)
Joseph Wickner .... loader
Anders Yarbrough .... camera loader
 
Casting Department
Chris Bustard .... extras casting
Catherine Richardson .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Rani Cunningham .... costumer (as Rani Self)
Pamela Havens .... costume supervisor
Jeannie H. Kelly .... wardrobe supervisor
Laura E. Little .... costumer (as Laura Liz Little)
Michelle Margolis .... on-set costumer
Christina Mongini .... costume assistant
Jamie Redwood .... wardrobe assistant (as Jamie Bresnan)
 
Editorial Department
Paul Allia .... colorist: one light transfer
Nicholas 'Nikko' Tsiotsias .... first assistant editor
Lee Wimer .... color timer
 
Music Department
Stephen Coleman .... music programmer
Trevor Gilchrist .... music programmer: score
James Sall .... music supervisor
Ralph Sall .... executive music producer
Dan Savant .... music contractor
Nick South .... music editor
Greg Townley .... scoring mixer
 
Transportation Department
Ed Adams .... driver
Rafael Baires .... driver
Sean Cyphers .... driver
Brian Eastveld .... driver
Robert Fulps .... driver
Dan Gearhart .... driver: honeywagon
Frankie Gearhart .... driver
Kelly Harkess .... driver
Johnny Harris .... additional driver
Philip Henderson .... driver
Kyle Jetton .... additional driver
Curt Larson .... driver
Doug S. MacLean .... additional driver
Calvin McDowell .... driver
Jay Norof .... transportation captain
Hugo Ocana .... driver (as Hugo R. Ocana)
Benjamin Rivera .... additional driver
Tony Ruiz .... transportation coordinator
Jeff Snee .... additional driver
Don Williams .... driver: water truck
Ali Yegahne .... driver
 
Other crew
Ed Adams .... fueler
Emma Baksi .... assistant: Winona Ryder
Brian Beard .... digital optical conformist
Kristin Brokaw .... directorial assistant
Yvonne Caycedo .... assistant to producers
Andrew Cone .... location assistant
Tom Dean .... production assistant
Tillie Duran .... craft service
Lily Garcia .... set production assistant
Andrew R. Gardiner .... key assistant location manager
Judy Geletko .... post-production accountant
Russell Gremillot .... location manager
Laura Jean Hyde .... production assistant
Ali Jazayeri .... production financing
Verla Loomis Randall .... craft service
Sheila Louie .... medic
Ella Marcus .... craft service
Lisa McNeil .... additional script supervisor
Lindsey Mesa .... assistant: Ms. Friedman
Bryan Meyers .... first assistant accountant
Tracy L. Moody .... script supervisor
Julie Morgan .... production coordinator
Bryan O'Dell .... craft service
Patrick Priest .... production assistant
John Radcliff .... assistant to ms. ryder
Racer Rangel .... craft service
Michelle Schrauwers .... production assistant
Shari Sontag .... key production accountant
Ryan Tighe .... production assistant
Marc Turchin .... set production assistant
Laura Twors .... production assistant
Alex L. Worman .... unit publicist
Francie Brown .... dialect coach (uncredited)
 

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Rated R for strong sexual content and language
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Germany:100 min (European Film Market) | USA:100 min | USA:117 min (Starz)
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Trivia:
To add to the list of names "Alexis De Large (#37)" Is a play on Alex DeLarge lead charter in A Clockwork Orange.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: The scene in front of the grocery store has a sign in the window advertising "Watermellons" which should be spelled with one L, not two.See more »
Quotes:
Alpha:I'm certain that some very interesting things will occur this evening... your penis going into her vagina will not be one of them. But have a lovely evening.
[smiles]
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Movie Connections:
References American Wedding (2003)See more »
Soundtrack:
Water of the GodsSee more »

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3 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Somehow it kind of works, 13 June 2009
Author: hall895 from New Jersey

This movie makes very little sense. The whole thing is exceedingly bizarre. But somehow the movie kind of works. Simon Baker turns in a fine performance in the leading man role and it his charm which more than anything else enables the movie to be considered at least a mild success.

Baker plays successful executive Roderick Blank who is about to be married. And then something strange happens. He receives an anonymous e-mail which lists, in chronological order, the names of every woman he has ever slept with. Bizarre to be sure but not a crisis as long as his wife to be is the last name on the list. She's not. She's number 29. There are 101 names on the list. Roderick initially shrugs it off as some kind of practical joke being perpetrated by his friends. Then again how would his friends know the names, in order, of every woman he's ever slept with? When Roderick accidentally (yes, accidentally) has sex with woman number 30 on the list he realizes there's something going on here. Looks like that wedding's not going to happen after all. Apparently there's a higher power at work. What is that higher power you ask? Well you see there's this computer which apparently knows everything. And it occasionally spits out random pointless information...like lists of women that men will sleep with for example. This is all explained by the three men who work with the computer in a mysterious, futuristic-looking office. These men are named Alpha, Beta and Fred. Told you this movie was bizarre.

Anyhow it's pretty apparent where the sex in the movie's title comes from. Yes a multitude of women come and go as Roderick crosses off names on his list. But what about the death part? Well that's where Winona Ryder comes in. She plays Death Nell, a shadowy figure lurking mostly in the background of the movie, who goes around seducing men and then putting them into comas. But only men who deserve it you see, sexual deviants of some kind. Death Nell becomes a feminist hero, Roderick goes on sleeping with all these different women and hey, do you think perhaps these two characters might be destined to meet? Well I certainly hope so or else this whole thing is going to be rather pointless.

For a supposed comedy this movie isn't particularly funny. No real belly laughs to be had here, maybe a mild chuckle or two. It seems that Patton Oswalt, in playing Fred, is set up to be the designated funny guy but he's really not that funny at all. There are a few good moments here and there but there are a lot of times where the movie drags and there's nothing funny or even interesting going on. The plot perks up a bit when after sleeping with all these random women Roderick actually ends up in a quasi-serious relationship with a doctor played by Leslie Bibb. But that relationship comes with complications. And we know that this woman is not the last woman on the list so inevitably it's back to the parade of women in Roderick's life. There are times where it seems the movie is close to falling apart completely but Baker, who really has to carry things pretty much by himself, manages to hold it together and in the end it's a relatively enjoyable movie. Baker is excellent, Ryder does OK with minimal screen time and there's also room for another somewhat familiar face as playing Roderick's lesbian secretary Trixie is Mindy Cohn. Yes that would be Natalie of Facts of Life fame. You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have...a reasonably decent movie. That's Sex and Death 101.

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