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A romantic comedy that brings together three disparate characters who are learning to face a challenging and often confusing world as they struggle together against a common demon: sex addiction.

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Adam (Mark Ruffalo) has just reached the 5-year mark in his sex addiction sobriety with help from his sponsor Mike (Tim Robbins). New-comer Neil (Josh Gad) seeks out Adam's help hoping that he'll be his mentor, but Neil doesn't have the same maturity and continues to harass women at work, on the street, and on the subway. Adam has also just met Phoebe (Gwyneth Paltrow), who might be perfect for him, but Adam hasn't been in a relationship since he recognized his addiction to sex, and Phoebe doesn't date addicts. As Adam navigates the romantic relationship waters, Mike struggles connecting to his former drug-addicted son who has just returned home, and Neil develops a relationship with another woman in his sex addicts group, but a platonic friendship might be exactly what he needs. Written by napierslogs

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Life is a journey you never have to take alone.

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Comedy | Drama

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Rated R for language and some strong sexual content | See all certifications »

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14 September 2013 (Denmark)  »

Also Known As:

Gracias por compartir  »

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$540,281 (USA) (20 September 2013)

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$1,059,239 (USA) (25 October 2013)
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This is the second starring role of rock star Pink, who used her given name Alecia Moore in the credits for this film. Her first film was Catacombs from 2007. See more »

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When Adam and Phoebe meet in Central Park, she mistakenly pauses on the line where she says "I'm training for a triathlon" and then looks to the camera and shakes her head as she continues the scene. See more »

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Adam: I hate everyone except for you.
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References Il Postino: The Postman (1994) See more »

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HOW YOU LIKE ME NOW?
Written by Arlester Christian, Kelvin Swaby, Dan Taylor, Spencer Page and Chris Ellul
Performed by The Heavy
Courtesy of Counter Records
By arrangement with Zync Music Group LLC
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Realism with the breadth of light heartedness
24 February 2014 | by (usa) – See all my reviews

I loved this movie!!! bravo for the brave souls who tackled it! I own a masters as a movie connoisseur, and have some familiarity with the 12 step program, myself. Amazing and righteously done! This film is so close to the experiences of an addict and or co-addict, that I was utterly convinced that the many who worked on this film really have a grasp on how quickly ones path can take a dark turn, if he/she is honest enough with themselves to broach this topic and turn themselves over to 12 step community and a higher power to get the help they need.This film elegantly captures the reality of "the life". Grace and nurture are definitely found and used, here, in the face of such grim subject matter of this film, which for some means life and death. This is a beautiful compassionate film which shows not only how tough relationships are in a "normal persons" life, but goes out of its way to show how much harder they are for those who face the imbalance of sexual/relational addiction in ones life; but it offers it in a compassionate mannerism of hope and faith in the light of such difficulties for those who are afflicted. WE still don't know what causes the mind this imbalance, but Im grateful that there are those out in the entertainment biz, who handle such delicate matters with a grace, compassion, love for our human brothers and sisters who suffer with this (and similar maladies), and maybe even offer a light to a better path...perhaps even an easier softer approach for many circumstance covered in this piece of work. Its not just a piece of art, but educational informative work and sometimes shows we can approach life with all the joy, humor and brevity needed to get us through one day at a time. Even one those played their part were showing the honesty of how humans behave and how forgiveness and love goes sooo far in the human condition of recovery. Thanks to all who worked on this film; its beautifully honest while being real.


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