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Textuality (2011)

Two people attempt to get into a relationship, while exiting the multiple relationships they were each managing through their Blackberries before they met.

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Breslin
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Simone
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Clive
Liam Card ...
Michael
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Colin (as Kristen Holden-Ried)
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Dani
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Jacob
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Heather
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Marcus
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Kara (as Holly Dignard)
Danny Wells ...
Mitch
Anna Cyzon ...
Erin
Nicholas Rose ...
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Jenny
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Jack
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Two people attempt to get into a relationship, while exiting the multiple relationships they were each managing through their Blackberries before they met.

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Rated R for sexual content, language and some drug use | See all certifications »

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23 August 2011 (USA)  »

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[Breslin meets Michael at a bowling alley populated by old guys with walkers and respirators]
Breslin: So... seniors' bowling league, huh?
Michael: Most dangerous league on the planet, bro.
Breslin: How do you figure?
Michael: Most deaths.
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Written by Avi Granite
Performed by 'Avi Granite:5'
Courtesy of Pet Mantis Records
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Somewhere between numbing and painful
12 June 2011 | by See all my reviews

If you watch this film you will believe that Jason Lewis definitely hit his peak as Smith Jarrod in "Sex and The City." His high, nasal voice constantly distracted me from trying to find him attractive. Even though 30% of his shots were of him naked to the waist (I am female), it was not enough to overcome his lack of acting ability or chemistry with anyone in the movie. I suppose the "message" of the film was a comment upon how superficial and incapable of intimacy we have become. By creating characters that had absolutely no chemistry with each other and just went through the motions of sex, the makers of this film succeeded. I have seen Eric McCormack and Jason Lewis do great work, so I can only blame it on the director, Warren Sonoda and the writer, Liam Card. Even though the film made an episode of "Gossip Girl" seem deep and meaningful, the final 20 minutes were the most painful to get through. There was simply no substance. My advise is that even if it is free to view, save your time for anything else.


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