Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Each vignette is wittily worded by neophyte TV writer Aschlin Ditta, and subtly performed by a large ensemble cast that contains a few fairly recognizable surprises.
A very respectable ensemble cast of British actors goes completely wasted in Ed Blum's "Scenes of a Sexual Nature" thanks to an inane script and banal dialogue.
Nicely filmed and acted, it's an enjoyable, although superficial, look at relationships.
Mildly amusing, mostly tedious British drama that completely fails to live up to its provocative title.
Not an awful lot to this film. Anyone looking for something titilating based on the title will be sorely disappointed, and so will anyone who expects a good story where something actually happens!!! It's not so much that it is a bad movie as that it is all terribly bland.
Not bad. Interesting relationships, and I like how none of them turned out the way you thought they would.
This whole movie takes place in a British park. We (the camera) flits from park bench to bench to blanket to hill, listening in on various couples' conversations. It reminded me of "Love Actually", but there are no real connections between the couples. I enjoyed the movie, but I didn't rate it that highly as it felt like seven non-related vignettes.
There is no sex in it by the way - the nudity rating is for a bare bum. Most of the vignettes are a little depressing. The vignette that troubled me the most was Louis and Esther's.
Meandering, virtually plotless flick about seven couples in various stages of their relationships. Don't waste your time, stick with something by Altman instead.
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