Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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A hollow concoction of sex, politics and endless chatter that's just a few camera angles short of hard-core porn.
Exudes an amiably accessible vibe that softens the edges of its freewheeling explicitness.
Sex or politics? Politics or sex? Director-writer Philippe Diaz can't decide what "Now & Later" should be about. So he mixes the two -- and comes up with a murky mess.
An oddball hybrid of porn film and message movie.
For all of its subtext-free critique of American hypocrisy, Now & Later's sex is strictly all-American.
The politics is probably more entertaining than the sex and neither is particularly new and exciting.
A cast and crew of newcomers bring a social/political manifesto to the big screen with mixed results.
The most sexplicit romp you'll encounter in theaters this year, guaranteed!
Essentially a lazy porno with an dull plot, poor performances and tacked-on, underexplored sociopolitical messages.
An intelligent exploration of sexuality...More reminiscent of moody, literate films like "Henry & June" and "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" (and others) than "Debbie Does Dallas" or ChiChi Larue's latest gay porn epic.
Shrilly over-written and artlessly directed by Philippe Diaz, and with the same presumptuousness he brought to the documentary The End of Povery?
The writer-director cites Wilhelm Reich's theory that sexual repression leads to violence but this is merely a highfalutin way of introducing a desultory soft-core porn movie.
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