Sex Tape (2014)

Sex Tape

Sex Tape (2014)

Director:

Jake Kasdan

Starring:

Jason Segal

Cameron Diaz

Rob Corddry

Plot:

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:

Basically an ad for the iPad and Apple products, which I hate, but I won’t get into that.

This movie teaches an important lesson that everyone should learn. Something, something, internet security, something, something, privacy settings and sync options, blah.

Oh my god that kid is the biggest asshole in the world. Seriously needs to get the shit beat out of him. He did not get what he deserved.

The wise old porn dude was a bit creepy. Kind of funny, but creepy.

Also they really didn’t learn the ultimate lesson. Once something is on the internet it’s always there.

2.5/5

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5 comments

    1. The leads were the bed part. It wasn’t a bad movie it’s just a pet peeve of mine when movies and TV try to understand technology and fail miserably. It wasn’t as bad as some CSI or NCIS episodes but he was supposed to be a big Apple fan, yet didn’t understand anything about their cloud. It could have been worse, but combined with the horrible kid not getting any kind of payback, I just didn’t like it.
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      1. Oh you are soooo right. Why are people in movies so oblivious of technology that nowadays most people take for granted. Yes, we make mistakes and maybe post something embarrassing, but the premise of this movie and from what I glean from the trailers is sheer nonsense. Always enjoy reading your posts!

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