Reviews

  • Jan 24, 2020

    Me and my boy Mat watched this and he just went to the bathroom and demanded I don't pause it. This movie like in the movie has ruined our once joyous friendship but instead of for watching porn it's because I made him watch this movie. This reminds me of when I would stay up till midnight to catch the porn channel, but unlike this dingleberry from the movie I would crank it before the 10 minute time limit would finish. Seriously does the kid just look at the porn? No wonder he is failing in swimming his balls are bricks in his pants. Mat is back now and on his film he hasn't said two words to me. Prey for me rotten tomatoes I think our friendship is ruined.

    Me and my boy Mat watched this and he just went to the bathroom and demanded I don't pause it. This movie like in the movie has ruined our once joyous friendship but instead of for watching porn it's because I made him watch this movie. This reminds me of when I would stay up till midnight to catch the porn channel, but unlike this dingleberry from the movie I would crank it before the 10 minute time limit would finish. Seriously does the kid just look at the porn? No wonder he is failing in swimming his balls are bricks in his pants. Mat is back now and on his film he hasn't said two words to me. Prey for me rotten tomatoes I think our friendship is ruined.

  • Jan 06, 2020

    Unintentional comedy at its finest. It's basically "Refer Madness" for internet porn, and has all of the absurd plotting, wooden acting, one-dimensional characters, unrealistic portrayal of the subject matter, bad dialogue, and dated cultural references you expect from a moral panic film aimed at paranoid suburban soccer moms. If you're a fan of "so bad it's good" movies, get together with some friends and a few drinks, and have a great night laughing at this absurd parental fever dream from the early 2000s.

    Unintentional comedy at its finest. It's basically "Refer Madness" for internet porn, and has all of the absurd plotting, wooden acting, one-dimensional characters, unrealistic portrayal of the subject matter, bad dialogue, and dated cultural references you expect from a moral panic film aimed at paranoid suburban soccer moms. If you're a fan of "so bad it's good" movies, get together with some friends and a few drinks, and have a great night laughing at this absurd parental fever dream from the early 2000s.

  • Nov 04, 2017

    What Catholic mothers think internet porn addiction is like. Everything about it is god awful. There's a part where someone calls the main character "Kinky the Clown". Really good for watching with a friend and making fun of it.

    What Catholic mothers think internet porn addiction is like. Everything about it is god awful. There's a part where someone calls the main character "Kinky the Clown". Really good for watching with a friend and making fun of it.

  • Oct 09, 2016

    very primitive and one sided look on the issue, felt like some church's promotion..

    very primitive and one sided look on the issue, felt like some church's promotion..

  • Sep 05, 2015

    Way better than Sharknado.

    Way better than Sharknado.

  • Jun 14, 2014

    The movie is slow and boring. Although it does do a good job in highlighting today's issues with internet pornography in teens, it does a bad job of actually making it entertaining.

    The movie is slow and boring. Although it does do a good job in highlighting today's issues with internet pornography in teens, it does a bad job of actually making it entertaining.

  • Jun 02, 2014

    Cyber Seduction is a poorly acted, unbelievable mess that takes a potentially compelling premise and soils it. The film depicts porn addiction and the internet in general in such an uniformed and safe way that it just feels insincere and contrived. The acting isn't great, the lead actor was particularly bland, he consistently makes his already horrible dialogue worse. The film is so poorly written, it's obvious that the writer is someone who obviously has no idea about the subject at hand and the film relies so heavily on unbelievable character decisions and conveniences to progress its story. The soundtrack is so typical and cheesy sounding, I honestly cringed every time I heard it in the film. I understand that the film is aimed at people who would watch anything and think it's good just because it deals with a serious issue, but seriously this film is so bad that I couldn't even recommend watching it ironically. Overall, it's an incredibly safe, uninformed and predictable take on a serious issue, the film isn't even enjoyably bad, its just plain bad.

    Cyber Seduction is a poorly acted, unbelievable mess that takes a potentially compelling premise and soils it. The film depicts porn addiction and the internet in general in such an uniformed and safe way that it just feels insincere and contrived. The acting isn't great, the lead actor was particularly bland, he consistently makes his already horrible dialogue worse. The film is so poorly written, it's obvious that the writer is someone who obviously has no idea about the subject at hand and the film relies so heavily on unbelievable character decisions and conveniences to progress its story. The soundtrack is so typical and cheesy sounding, I honestly cringed every time I heard it in the film. I understand that the film is aimed at people who would watch anything and think it's good just because it deals with a serious issue, but seriously this film is so bad that I couldn't even recommend watching it ironically. Overall, it's an incredibly safe, uninformed and predictable take on a serious issue, the film isn't even enjoyably bad, its just plain bad.

  • May 21, 2014

    Wednesday, May 21, 2014 (2012) Virtual Lies PSCHOLOGICAL DRAMA/ THRILLER Footnote: Because "Virtual Lies" isn't available on RT, I had decided to sumbit the review on here since the alternative title according to imdb.com is "Cyber-Seduction". Made for TV movie, now available for rent starring Christina Cox as wife Jamie Chapman who's married to William Chapman (Marc Menard) with a 12 year old son who has some asthma problems. the wife is holding family together with her two jobs and because her hubby is a architecture building designer he is unable to find any work. What he does do instead is correspond with another girl on-line without fully knowing what she even look like even though she knows who he is. Secretary Allison Dean (Ali Liebert) exploits the place where she works to antagonize William's wife by photo- shopping her picture on-line and at the same time make up false accusations against her. Plays like a made for TV soap opera movie since much of the cast is young and polished with wooden acting. 1 star out of 4

    Wednesday, May 21, 2014 (2012) Virtual Lies PSCHOLOGICAL DRAMA/ THRILLER Footnote: Because "Virtual Lies" isn't available on RT, I had decided to sumbit the review on here since the alternative title according to imdb.com is "Cyber-Seduction". Made for TV movie, now available for rent starring Christina Cox as wife Jamie Chapman who's married to William Chapman (Marc Menard) with a 12 year old son who has some asthma problems. the wife is holding family together with her two jobs and because her hubby is a architecture building designer he is unable to find any work. What he does do instead is correspond with another girl on-line without fully knowing what she even look like even though she knows who he is. Secretary Allison Dean (Ali Liebert) exploits the place where she works to antagonize William's wife by photo- shopping her picture on-line and at the same time make up false accusations against her. Plays like a made for TV soap opera movie since much of the cast is young and polished with wooden acting. 1 star out of 4

  • Sep 23, 2013

    really great movie, solid acting, really loved it.

    really great movie, solid acting, really loved it.

  • Erin C Super Reviewer
    Sep 11, 2012

    Hard-hitting story about the perils of Internet pornography addiction. Many people think it's "no big deal," but it is a serious problem for many. The ending was a little iffy, but that was the only critique I had.

    Hard-hitting story about the perils of Internet pornography addiction. Many people think it's "no big deal," but it is a serious problem for many. The ending was a little iffy, but that was the only critique I had.