Remember how you learned about sex? Sex(ed): The Movie captures the humor, shock and vulnerability people face when learning about sex, through the lens of the often hilarious, only ... See full summary »
Compilation of several episodes of Sex Court, an erotic show that parodies cable court shows. Judge Julie listens to the plaintiffs' cases, all related to some sexual theme, then dispenses her own sexy brand of justice.
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With a new book deal, a fabulous apartment and a stable relationship, psychologist turned sex expert Kate Langford is living her dream. But when her publisher pairs her up with the arrogant... See full summary »
Adam J. Harrington,
Jimmy Boner, a 20-something slacker living with his parents, is given an ultimatum by his wicked stepmother to find a job and move out within 3 months after he accidentally walks in on her book club meeting wearing nothing but an iPod.
I'm sorry. I really trusted the other reviews and thought this would be a really smart movie.
And I was so, so, wrong. The beginning of the movie is very promising, though it doesn't really explain why the characters are where they are in the first place. There is no context.
But you forgive them, because the writing seems really witty and fast-paced, even though none of the characters change and the story goes nowhere. And then goes somewhere--completely uncalled for. I don't even get where this movie idea came from. It's completely bizarre and delusional! If curiosity gets the best of you, then watch this movie. Otherwise, save yourself the trouble and read one of the spoilers, because you will keep waiting for a tie-in to the chaos and it will never happen.
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