Stephanie is a single mother with a parenting vlog who befriends Emily, a secretive upper-class woman who has a child at the same elementary school. When Emily goes missing, Stephanie takes it upon herself to investigate.
Ballerina Dominika Egorova is recruited to 'Sparrow School,' a Russian intelligence service where she is forced to use her body as a weapon. Her first mission, targeting a C.I.A. agent, threatens to unravel the security of both nations.
Single mother Lisa Decker drops off her young daughter, Julie, for her first day of kindergarten. She watches on as Julie is joined by two other girls, Kayla and Sam. Kayla's dad Mitchell and Sam's dad Hunter introduce themselves and become close friends after seeing the bond between their children..
The original script was titled "Cherries" and features three fathers as the leads. One of the fathers was later changed to a mother, Leslie Mann's character. See more »
When Lisa walks into the hotel room, she sits on a bed with rose petals arranged on it in a heart formation. Some of the petals move when she sits down, but in the next shot they are rearranged as though they hadn't moved at all. This happens a few times in different shots throughout the scene. See more »
There is a very brief scene in the closing credits. See more »
In Singapore, the film was originally passed with an R21 classification due to the film's sexual content and nudity. However the distributors were unsatisfied with this rating and opted to re-edit the film in order to obtain the more commercially lucrative M18 rating; the aforementioned cut removes a brief, close-up depiction of a hand squeezing a man's scrotum, as part of a couple's act of foreplay. See more »
A comedy with a rather interesting title "There Will not Be Sex !!!" was released in our country at a time when most pupils finish school and prepare for graduation balls. Perhaps this was the right decision, and although the film has already collected a good cash register, it seems that it could have been more, it would have come out in May. But what has already been done can not be corrected, therefore we will look at what is already available. A very carbon monster turned out to be enough for me to watch this movie.
In fact, this is another story of the relationship between parents and their children, in this case daughters. Only this time, attention is focused on a very piquant topic - before the prom night, adult males are already deciding to end virginity and, at all costs, start their first sex in their lives. And it all started with the fact that one of them, going to a party, just forgot to close her laptop, and unsuspecting parents "accidentally" saw the correspondence of the heroines. And then it raced ... They begin to chase their daughters, so as not to let them carry out their plans. The catch is that it is difficult for any one of them to blame something, because each parent has his own problems. The first is excessively caring, the second is a single mother, the third is divorced. They do not yet fully realize that children have grown up, and are not ready to let them go free swimming. Daughters also do not have everything smoothly: they suffer from too much attention of parents, in addition, one of them understands that in the so-called "sex pact" she is purely formal, and so far she can not decide with whom she wants to build relationships.
Each actor turned out to be a special character, and they coped very well. Leslie Mann embodied the ideal single mother, John Sina - a sport-obsessed but very emotional person, Hayk Barinholtz - the most clockwork and one of the most soberly assessing the situation of the parents. Actresses who played maturing daughters, also performed well: they did not overplay and did not play bad.
For the most part, the jokes sounded and shown in the film were vulgar and even too vulgar, but periodically they were diluted with a rather witty humor. A very pleasant addition was the extremely funny scene after the beginning of the credits.
"There will not be sex !!!" - this is a classic American comedy of the category "18+", at the proper level raising the issue of growing up and sexual becoming a person. Will go to view.
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