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If this movie is food it will be week old mystey meatballs, microwaved over and over and over again over the course of said week but still ends up soggy and cold in the middle. I wasnt able to take anything from it except waste my goddamn time or maybe some startled giggle from the dumb lesbian pornstar, 'sharpest stool in the box' haha you get half a star for that cause i love poo jokes
It's good movie to watch
11/26/2013: A really good cast, but a very forgettable movie. Not that funny or interesting.
So really odd in directing & writing.
A mildly amusing affair
Carla Gugino may play her part perfect, with spunk and sex appeal. But the trouble with making a comedy about porn, is it ends up being a bad porno, without the sex.
very bad movie, any nudes included
This was fairly tame given it's subject matter. It tends to jump all over the place unexpectedly at times. It is not without a few chuckle worthy moments, but ultimately it leaves you wondering what the point of it was once the credits start rolling.
"Elektra Luxx" is a mess of a film, never landing on comedy or drama, bordering the line between legitimate and pseudo-pornography, the only thing saving the film is an enormous cast that is almost more enjoyable to watch than to listen or engage. The gorgeous Carla Gugino plays the pregnant pornstar of the film to which we basically just follow her in a day of her life. Coming across a huge cast including Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Malin Akerman, Timothy Olyphant, Adrianne Palicki, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Justin Kirk, and Vincent Kartheiser, you have to wonder who the favor was for or what these paychecks looked like to get this many people to be in a film about utterly nothing. Without these familiar faces and the hope that Gugino would eventually show enough skin to make the run-time worth it, this would be the bottom of the barrel when it came to comedies, offering no real budget or production quality apart from the cast. With zero morals and even less in terms of plot devices, this film exists for the sake of existing, serving no real purpose to anyone or anything.
This wasn't a bad watch. It was very lighthearted and it had quite the cast. People I've seen in other movies/TV shows kept popping up, didn't realize they were in it. Vincent Kartheiser (Mad Men), Julianne Moore, Timothy Olyphant (didn't know him by name but he has been in a lot of movies and TV). Just noticed that Elektra Luxx is a sequel to Women in Trouble? Basically the same cast of characters so I imagine it is. I'm guessing Joseph Gordon-Levitt's experience with these two movies lead him into writing Don Jon. His character in this is close to the Don Jon character.