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The majority of the cast are parents of young children and signed onto the film before the script had even been written. They were encouraged to offer up their insight and own experience and stories of the film. See more »
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Written by Will Currie, Amanda Currie, Dan Beacock, Daniel Mac Phearson, Aaron Mariash, Stephen Wood (Country French Publishing)
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Where did the comedy vanish off to? I had such a hard time getting into this movie, and it never pushed any of my buttons, and I had to give up not even halfway into the movie.
The storyline was just as far from interesting as it could get, and within the first ten minutes I had my phone out and was doing something else other than paying attention to the movie.
From what I saw of the movie, then I will say that the people hired for the various characters and roles in the movie were doing good enough jobs with their respective characters, they just had a boring script working against them.
Of course there is an audience out there for this particular movie. I just wasn't part of that audience.
I didn't even break a smile anywhere throughout the part of the movie I watched before I gave up. So whatever comedy was applied in this movie was more than lost on me and my particular sense of humor.
"Sex After Kids" scores a meager 3 out of 10 stars from me. Nothing noteworthy or recommendable here.
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