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Love Shack (2010)

Video  -  Comedy  -  23 November 2010 (USA)
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A dysfunctional family of adult film stars reunites for a memorial porn shoot following the death of legendary producer Mo Saltzman. Along the way, the film's hapless director must contend ... See full summary »

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A dysfunctional family of adult film stars reunites for a memorial porn shoot following the death of legendary producer Mo Saltzman. Along the way, the film's hapless director must contend with dueling divas, bickering couples, emotionally-scarred tag-team brothers, and a dominatrix with low self-esteem. Given its all-star cast and lofty pedigree, the film should be the greatest porno of all time. Written by Anonymous

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Surprisingly Witty
13 February 2013 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

If you're squeamish or a prude, you won't enjoy this title. It's about the porn industry -- so the language is naughty, and sometimes graphic. There is no graphic nudity, however.

But I found some genuine laughs and truly witty jokes in here. The premise is that some porn has-beens come together to make the best porn movie ever. So you have middle- aged porn actors (plus a few young ones) seeing if they can pull it off.

It starts out well, but then descends to squabbling. Unfortunately, the squabbling is forced and the story falls a part halfway through. I stuck around for the jokes, and there were some good ones to be had.

The best part is when they discuss various sex acts and the writers came up with very funny terms to describe them. I'm pretty sure they're not real terms, but they are hilarious.

The cast mostly shines, and most have great comedic timing. The main exception being Lindsey Stoddart, who plays the lead porn actress Whitney Sweet. Her performance falls flat in most places, and she doesn't radiate sexuality like your Sasha Grays of the world. And Pete Gardner as Doug doesn't have the comedic presence to keep up with Molly Hagan as his wife, Debbie. Molly Hagan shines, as always. And Bernadette Birkett as a '70s porn star and now-grandmother is adorable and has a sparkle of naughtiness in her eyes that makes us believe the fantasy that porn actors are really having a good time and are more liberated than us non-porn-acting prudes. Matching her beat-for-beat is veteran comedic actor Paul Willson, who gets the most consistent laughs. He's an overweight doughboy of a man who somehow has the confidence to drive women mad. He pulls it off beautifully in a nicely understated performance.

If you like witty humor about a naughty subject, then you'll like this movie. If the writers had worked the story out better, and cast different actors to shore up the few weak points in the cast, then I'd give it a 9. But this movie is certainly worth a go if you like sophisticated humor about a profane subject.

Personally, I think the movie is worth watching just to see Laura Silverman (Sarah Silverman's equally talented sister) as a "fluffer." If you don't know what a "fluffer" is, look it up. Then watch her scene to see *their* version of a fluffer. It's nothing short of brilliant. (Sadly, it's not erotic. Why do you tease us so, Laura Silverman?)


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