Well, here it is folks… the typical crude summer comedy from Sony… Sex Tape.
It is an unapologetic vignette of the real-life choices an American single woman has to make in the anti-feminist world.
This film, at the core offers a lot of things to ponder. As humans, we SHOULD feel more empathy for the humans in this situation, but we don’t. Why is that?
Overall, I think that without knowing the background of this film, it fails to deliver.
Overall, this movie was underwhelming, with little emotion and general blasé feel.
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