Not here to impress you.
Insanely facile in the sense that it doesn't seem to want to seriously examine all the different fragments of TV programming and impact; that there's really no skeleton inside this body of infectious performative spectacle operated by people who dishonestly pre-package a pre-determined schematic exaggerating reality. As a comedy, it was too obvious to effectively work a ridiculous charm, with the meek, slack-jawed man having to deal with all sorts of thinly pathetic things and story conveniences, except for the…
Rare instance where Letterboxd Crew Picks a legitimately decent new film. Not entirely worthy of the Neorealism comparison given by the Armondian clutches, simply due to the nature of its style-hopping formal playfulness verging on the (transcendentally) fantastical, yet the focus of Charlotte Regan's sincerity does lightly recall the Italians and Brits at their most open-hearted and street-rugged. Along with the game chemistry of her two fine leads, she finds palpable urgency and imaginative vigor in the story of recent,…
This feels like a movie from The Asylum.....in a god-awful way.
The production value is disgusting to look at.
The special effects are piss-poor.
The acting is piss-poor.
The costume designs are terrible.
Everything about this movie is terrible!
Can someone please lobotomize these filmmakers?
Not only is Sex Tape the worst Apple commercial ever, but it is also one of the worst movies of the year. It is truly a cynical and idiotic exercise.
In this deeply tedious picture, Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel get off their lazy, rich asses and fail to resurrect their sex life as their…