3-D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy (2011)
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Inspired by "The Carnal Prayer Mat," an ancient Chinese text comparable to the Kama Sutra, this stereoscopic reboot of the popular 1990s-era erotic comedy series follows libidinous Ming Dynasty scholar Yangsheng (Hiro Hayama) as he seeks to gain the stamina needed to satisfy his beautiful new bride,Yuxiang (Leni Lan). Upon realizing he lacks the sexual fortitude to have a healthy sex life with Yuxiang, Yangsheng pays a visit to Mephistophelian Prince of Ning (Tony Ho), the proprietor of the Pavilion of Ultimate Bliss. When Yangsheng's manhood proves laughably insufficient to the lusty sirens at the Pavilion, the determined husband goes to extremes in his quest to measure up. … More
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Critic Reviews for 3-D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy
Two minutes 48 seconds of cuts by the BBFC have taken the edge off some unnecessary sadism, but the brush-written credits remain the highlight.
Sex in this film looks so nonecstatic that a better title might have been "3D Sex and Zen: Zero Child Policy."
3D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy fails to live up to either its promise or title.
"3D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy" finds it is love, not sex, that rules the human heart, a sweet and conventional idea regardless of the technology of the film's projection.
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