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My Man Is a Loser (2014)

R | | Comedy | 25 July 2014 (USA)
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Two married friends employ a single playboy to help them get their mojo back to save their marriages.

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Jordan
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My Man Is A Loser is a full-featured comedy about two married guys who employ their single playboy friend to help them get their mojo back to save their marriages. During the ensuing adventures, things start to backfire leaving the wives to wonder if the new versions of their husbands are worse than the old ones. This movie is projected to be released in 2014 and will deploy billions of Digital impressions including millions of Twitter and Facebook fans and followers helping to promote the film. We expect that this will be the heaviest digitally promoted Independent film to date. Written by Step One Of Many Entertainment

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Sometimes it takes a player to help you score with your wife.

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Rated R for pervasive language, sexual content and some graphic nudity | See all certifications »

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25 July 2014 (USA)  »

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2 tontos y 1 seductor  »

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Second film that Bryan Callen & Tika Sumpter have starred in together after Ride Along (2014). See more »

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Devil's Island
Written by Mike Bloom
Performed by Mike Bloom
Courtesy of Little Record Company
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Rapid-fire verbal humor which soon becomes tiresome.
30 July 2014 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

The story starts with some promising comments on the fate of husbands at the hands of their wives, but it endlessly repeats the old Jewish joke on this issue (that husbands -- even those who do well at work -- are brow-beaten at home. You know the kind of thing: 'Why do all Jewish husbands die before their wives? Answer: Because they want to.'). And as the plot develops this theme becomes increasingly tiresome, boring and, indeed, nasty, until you begin to yawn when each predictable scene follows another: nagging wife, misunderstood husband; men are from Mars, women from Venus; etc. etc. And then the soppy ending you saw coming after the first five minutes. I'd give it 'One' star but maybe it deserves three if only for some of the acting and editing.


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