Putting aside that this film is a shameless Apple shill - even if Sex Tape used fictitious products, this film would still be a lame vehicle for two actors trying to charm and improv their way through a sex comedy that is too afraid to offend and too thin of a film to even be a half hour TV sitcom with commercials. Nothing feels at stake for these two dim bulb characters because they barely register as anything more than actors trying to be hip and funny and the last thing they come across as are a believable couple or even human. Rob Corddry and Ellie Kemper tag along on the search as their friends and because the lazy script couldn't even find a good line or something for these two talented people to do, they are wasted in throwaway supporting roles. Jake Kasdan, who is capable of so much more than this, directs with no style or care and the film feels like it turned to vapor before the last act ends. There's nothing wrong with filler comedies that just want to provide a laugh with no lasting impression, but Sex Tape can't even rise to the lowbrow occasion of the most lifeless raunchy comedy.