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The Sex Movie
The Sex Movie
Actors: Michelle Mosley, Matthew Tyler, Mike Fallon, Eleese Longino
Director: Colton Lawrence
Genres: Drama
UR     2007     1hr 30min

Colton Lawrence is the writer/director/producer of The Sex Movie his first feature film and a departure from his work as a children's book author.System Requirements:Run time: 90 minutesFormat: DVD MOVIE Genre: DRAMA/GAY &...  more »


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Actors: Michelle Mosley, Matthew Tyler, Mike Fallon, Eleese Longino
Director: Colton Lawrence
Genres: Drama
Sub-Genres: Drama
Studio: Ariztical
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 10/09/2007
Release Year: 2007
Run Time: 1hr 30min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 1
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Bonnie C. from KATY, TX
Reviewed on 12/7/2009...
Very good and interesting movie done in the "experimental" style. A LOT of talking with surprisingly deep, well thought out dialogue. The 4 actors basically spend a night drinking, flirting and talking a lot about sex. They push each others and their own boundaries and opinions, and learn a great deal about the opposition to their own beliefs on sexuality. I enjoyed the movie and would watch it again.

Movie Reviews

Thank God!
tamiii | San Juan Capistrano, Ca. United States | 12/15/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Isn't it wonderful when an author, and excellent actors, bring to life an experience from one's past? This movie surpasses expectations despite its contrived congregation of post-production porno actors who unexpectedly know how to faithfully report their experiences, fears, and hopes. Accept this premise, and you will enter a world where your own indecision confronts those early moments where barriers are crossed and intimacy found. This thinking person's movie will touch you as they grasp to go beyond themselves--and if the truth be known, looking back in time, who really moves much beyond these moments?"
Talking About "It"
Amos Lassen | Little Rock, Arkansas | 11/27/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

""THE SEX MOVIE"--talking about "It"


"The Sex Movie"

Talking About "It"

Amos Lassen and Cinema Pride

Due to be released soon by Ariztical, "The Sex Movie" is the story of four friends who spend an evening together talking about sex and sexuality and in the process they reveal some of their conflicts, fears and hidden desires. The four, two men and two women, are porn actors who spend an evening relaxing together when their conversation turns to everyone's seemingly favorite topic, sex. Among the four are Rafe, who is both gay and promiscuous, J.D., who is straight and close-minded, Heidi, a very tough lesbian and Kris who is straight and manipulative. What ensues is a sexual cat and mouse game as the four let down their defenses and they are forced into living the clichés they often play in the movies they make. Sexual tension builds quickly and when it reaches its peak, we get a look at some bold revelations. It appears that one of the four is simply playing a game while another is nursing a broken heart; one is in pain over unrequited love and another is harboring a secret. They are all about to cross the line.
This is quite simply a movie about sex in many different incarnations as four different people give their perspective on it. The opinions they share with another are interesting to a point as each takes a different position and we hear things such as that labels hold no meaning, gay sex is disgusting, straight sex is fearsome and sexuality is but a continuum on the road of life. The four argue, they listen, they dare but most of all they reveal secrets.
Fluid is the best way to describe the film. Once the talk begins, it flows quite naturally as one camera is pointed at the four. The dialogue is very believable because it is real and we have all had discussions like this before. The actors handle their roles beautifully but we have reached an age in America that little shocks us. It does raise the issue of being âaebi-curiousâ but I am not quite sure about the use of the term âaerampant bisexualâ. As the characters play with the minds of one another, there is a lot of talk about sex. In actuality very little sex is seen on the screen but the conversation is vivid and the cast is good looking. The best line in the movie is, "Just shut up and f***. I expected that to happen but you will have to see the movie to see if it really does."