The People I've Slept With (2010)
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Critic Reviews for The People I've Slept With
Lee finds the universal in the particular: You don't have to be Asian to identify with his people and their predicaments.
Raunchy sex farce that inadvertently plays like an STD educational film.
A raunchy romantic comedy that, like its heroine, rarely has both feet on the ground.
Audience Reviews for The People I've Slept With
This was a bit strange, but overall entertaining. The ending was very sweet and redeemed all the holes that were in this story.
A "sexually liberated" woman discovers she's pregnant and then gets to know the four potential fathers. While this movie may think of itself as edgy and modern, initially presenting sex with the insouciance that many post-sixties women and men demonstrate, traditional family values eventually win the day as marriage is the principal dramatic question throughout the film. What the film becomes is rooted in the very mores its characters disavow, and I think it does so unconsciously, as demonstrated by the film's penultimate lines - still embracing "independence" despite its traditional messages. Generically, the film is supposed to be a sex comedy, but it neither titillates nor does it deliver many laughs - maybe a couple chuckles. I liked Karin Anna Cheung; she's charming and pretty, and though some of her lines sound amateurish, there are also quite a few natural moments especially when she is paired with Wison Cruz, who plays his cliched character like a cliche one can believe in. Overall, The People I've Slept With would have been a good film had it been what it intended to be.
I found this movie absolutely delightful! Funny..Sweet..Witty. Makes one wonder why such a low rating? It was very well done. Really good actors. I really enjoyed this!!
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