Young People Fucking movie

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Actors

Diora Baird, Peter Oldring, Aaron Abrams, Carly Pope, Kristin Booth, Josh Dean, Sonja Bennett, Josh Cooke, Callum Blue, Ennis Esmer, Natalie Lisinska,

Director

Martin Gero

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  1. Steve Pulaski from United States
    Dec 24, 2010

    Don't judge a film by it's perverted title

    While this movie seems to be a bit over my head, I've said a few
    hundred times I'm a fan of films with large amounts of dialog.
    Especially dialog amongst couples and friends. Relationship dialog is
    something that is almost always an instant win with me. The 2007 film
    After Sex didn't deliver what I was expecting from a film of that
    genre, and I think YPF resolved all the issues with that film.
    Something about this felt more realistic, and more believable than
    After Sex.

    The reason I enjoy watching these sex comedies is because one, I'm
    nosy, and two, it's because these could mirror real situations. It's
    fun watching movies like these, and somewhat knowing in like a
    psychotic person that these events actually are occurring, or have
    occurred. This movie could fit under realistic fiction, because of it's
    believable characters, and real struggles.

    YPF takes in five different awkward relationships. We have "The Best
    Friends", Matt and Kristen, who are friends with benefits, and you can
    tell they dig one another. "The Couple" deals with Andrew and Abby who
    are having a hard time keeping their sex alive, so Abby suggests they
    do something "new". "The Exes" are Mia and Eric who meet up to have
    sex, despite the fact they've been broken up for sometime. "The First
    Date" is where Jamie brings home a womanizing Australian named Ken home
    to her apartment where magic happens. And finally we have "The
    Roommates" where Gord and Inez are a couple, and Gord insists that
    their roommate Dave have sex with Inez while he watches.

    The film focuses on "The Six Steps of Sex"; prelude, foreplay, sex,
    interlude, orgasm and afterglow. Whenever the films changes chapter we
    revisit all six characters again in no specific order. It's a fun
    aspect this film pays attention to. We are like perpetrators in these
    people's lives, and are welcomed in their home to see their sex lives
    no matter how odd or meaningless they are. What a treat! My favorite
    couple are either "The Best Friends" or "The Roommate". "The Best
    Friends" focus on Matt and Kristen, two friends talking about Matt's
    ex-girlfriend who dumped him after years of a solid relationship. The
    girl is referred to as a "whore-bitch" by Kristen, who wants to have
    sex with Matt so he can finally be happy and forget about his
    relationship. But soon, simple sex turns into much more.

    In "The Roommates", Gord, Inez, and Dave are all roommates to an
    apartment where one night Gord sneaks into Dave's room and tells him to
    have sex with his girlfriend Inez. The only reason Gord wants this to
    happen is so he can watch and masturbate, but passes it off like he's
    doing it for Inez. Dave is my kind of guy. He looks like Macaulay
    Culkin, and acts like me in a way. He's a follower, and can't help but
    have sex with this gorgeous girl only to have it be all about Gord,
    which leads to the end of this fiasco with them all smoking cigarettes.

    YPF is a strange movie, that is in no way amazingly good or amazing in
    it's entirety. Although it is very funny to watch these couples, some
    more than others, it's a movie that not everyone is going to like. A
    nosy person like me was in Heaven with this film, and if the film is
    one Showtime, like it frequently is, I'll probably watch it to see
    where it's at. A solid movie all around.

    Starring: Aaron Abrams, Diora Baird, Sonja Bennett, Callum Blue Kristin
    Booth, Josh Cooke, Josh Dean, Enis Esmer, Natalie Lisinska, Peter
    Oldring, and Carly Pope. Directed by: Martin Gero.


  2. tedg ([email protected]) from Virginia Beach
    Sep 04, 2010

    Melting Together

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

    There is something about this idea that really appeals. Generally, when
    you have these parallel stories, all about the same situation, we can
    merge them into a complex situation with ambiguities and overt
    conflicts that get pretty rich. Sex, the actual encounter, is avoided
    in films. Who really knows why. Though the title is exploitative, the
    intent seems pretty serious.

    After all, this is the place that gave us Maddin, Cronenberg, Hartley
    and Egoyan.

    Enough of it worked to hold me, and it was clear that the writing was
    intended to take advantage of the overlap between scenes. But two of
    them were problematic. One was designed to play with the folded notion
    that we as ready voyeurs would negatively judge an on-screen voyeur.
    This really could have anchored the thing but the stance did not merge
    well with the others and was apparently written by someone else.

    A second situation involved an unexpected role reversal, a sort of
    sexual con within the expected con. But the others worked, finding
    clever ways to be where we have all been, trying to connect.

    Ted's Evaluation — 3 of 3: Worth watching.


  3. batudingin from Indonesia
    Apr 30, 2010

    Young people old habits

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

    It is like everybody loves Raymond, the next step forward. Though I
    would rather watch a series of this on HBO but this is fun. It is a bit
    annoying to switch the nudity bar on and off. But this is not porn, it
    is a bad medicine pill with sugar coating. The sephia tone is
    wonderful. The comedy mix with drama seems a little pushy at times, but
    still doesn't buoy the boat off track. The pacing is too fast for my
    liking, but fast food is the best American cuisine. Got to admire the
    direction since it manages to cover multiple scenes better than other
    films. The casting is fantastic, the chemistry is not always there, but
    individually, all involved are committed. It is a grand education for
    those still in prude phase with sex. And for relationship with that
    matter. The ending strikes you with a harsh whip though, highlighting
    the dialog is better than sex itself. One mere thing, the chapter
    factor is an annoyance. Overall it is a fun movie, one can state the
    movie is a transition from porn addicts to become dialog enthusiast.

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