Love & Air Sex (2014)
When brokenhearted Stan (Michael Stahl-David, CLOVERFIELD) flies to Austin for the weekend in hopes of "accidentally" running into his ex-girlfriend Cathy (Ashley Bell), he arrives to find their best friends Jeff (Zach Cregger, "The Whitest Kids U Know") and Kara (Sara Paxton) in the middle of their own vicious breakup. Before too long, battle lines are drawn - and with the Air Sex World Championships in town, anything can go down.(c) Tribeca
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Critic Reviews for Love & Air Sex
Director Bryan Poyser keeps this moving at a nice clip, and the plotting is more intricate than you might expect.
"Love & Air Sex" has a spontaneity and cheeky attitude ... along with spirited naturalistic performances that infuse the standard rom-com formula with a zany vitality.
Director Bryan Poyser has no clue what to do with his stars, other than to ask them to humiliate themselves.
Love is the weak link in this clumsily titled rom-com, which plays a bit like a hipster infomercial for Austin, Texas.
A fun, naughty little frolic that knows the timeless rules of break-up-to-make-up comedy.
It relies on some very fortunate coincidences and occasionally employs easy, sophomoric writing, but its heart is in the right place.
Poyser's oh-so-frank approach to sexuality goes much further than any Hollywood movie I have ever seen; but it is mimed, so it seems innocent and playful. Let's just say that I will never look at a baby Tyrannosaurus Rex the same way, ever again.
I patiently await a movie about air sex that's really about air sex, because that at least has some entertainment potential.
The people acting out sex look like geniuses compared to the ones talking about it.
It's better than it sounds, with a tangible sense of loss and regret unfurling hand in hand with the ribald humor.
There's a lot to like in Love and Air Sex, but it depends on your tolerance for bros at their bro-iest.
Brian Poyser [manages] to make low-key, low-stakes emotions feel sexy.
Love & Air Sex, with its text-message conversations and Facebook connections, is as of-the-moment as air sex.
Whatever your views on air sex, Poyser's latest tries to be sweet amid the raunch, and it features good performances from the four main characters.
A lovable romantic comedy with a great cast. But it could have done with a better title.
Both David-Stahl and Bell are appealing actors but unfortunately their easy-to-relate-to storyline is pretty much upstaged by the rowdy air-sex scenes.
Whatever predictable plot Love & Air Sex tries to unfold never lives up to the excitement of its conceptual gimmick.
Thanks to a few charming performances and its offbeat Austin setting, the film is bound to find a home on VOD, where fans of the indie rom-com will likely find it to be a pleasant diversion.
A smutty-minded rom-com that fails to gussy up its bland central romance with endless dirty talk by both men and women, and wannabe-scandalous scenarios
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