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Sex Tape 2014

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Genre: Comedy

Rated: R

Synopsis: A married couple that lost their mojo decide to spice their mojos in a exhibitionist way by making a sex tape. 247 more words


Awkward and Elbowy - Sex Tape (2014)

Still waiting for a punchline.  So this is about a couple (Jason Segel, Cameron Diaz) who are married and have a couple of kids.  They have lost the spark in their love life, so they decide to make a sex tape to spice thing up, only instead of deleting it, they accidentally upload it into the cloud, sharing it with all of their old iPads that they have given away to friends and the like.  400 more words


Sex Tape (2014) Movie Review - A patronizing film with no chemistry!

This movie patronizes the majority of its audience and alienates the rest, I remember before I got married and had kids, I would always see films that represented young parents and feel quite nauseous, there seemed something quite depressing about their plight that I could not relate to, now I have kids and have slept what feels like a million sleepless nights, I feel patronized by these type of films, but more so in this film. 106 more words

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Sex Tape (2014)

A married couple wake up to discover that the sex tape they made the evening before has gone missing, leading to a frantic search for its whereabouts.


Review: Warm Bodies (2013)

“So much for dreaming. You can’t be whatever you want. All I’ll ever be is a slow, pale, hunched-over, dead-eyed zombie.”
- R

SYNOPSIS: After a highly unusual zombie saves a still-living girl from an attack, the two form a relationship that sets in motion events that might transform the entire lifeless world. 523 more words


One Mann's Movies Film Review: Sex Tape

Cameron Diaz is someone that must be so, SO depressing for many middle-aged women. Bursting onto the screen like a shimmering vision of hotness in “The Mask” when only 21 she then appeared as a highly believable high-school student 4 years later in “There’s Something about Mary”. 690 more words

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