Camron diaz sex tape
Camron diaz sex tape
The new UK trailer, released today, promises a fast-paced and inevitably disastrous race to keep Jay and Annie’s dodgy video for their eyes only.
But their fun, if slightly ridiculous, idea backfires when their cringeworthy shoot is made public.
So there’s no sequel (not yet anyhow, but it is in development), but for Sony, they’re getting the next best thing.
You might not think those are spectacular numbers, but it is higher than “Knocked-Up” and “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” two mid/late aughts pictures that were heralded for making the R-rated comedy bankable again.
But before you forget, that R-rated comedy grossed 6 million worldwide.
Jake Kasdan, who directed “Bad Teacher,” is back with its two stars Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel for “Sex Tape.” Written by Kate Angelo, Kasdan and Segel, their latest collaboration is one that everyone will love…at least SEO-wise.
Co-starring Rob Corddry, Ellie Kemper and Rob Lowe, the premise is likely self-evident: A married couple wake up to discover that the sex tape they made the evening before has gone missing, leading to a frantic search for its whereabouts (Jack Black is apparently in it too, presumably as a cameo). Again, “Bad Teacher” wasn’t exactly one for the ages, but it was at least mildly diverting and Diaz was pretty fun in it.
and apparently, that was enough to convince director Jake Kasdan to throw them together again and cut loose with some cheeky nudity and a naughty premise and the end result is a flabby, largely unfunny comedy. Right away, the couple are seen getting up close and very personal, but those were the good old days fondly recalled by Annie (Diaz) who now writes a parenting blog between chores, sleep and sexual frustration.Her now-husband Jay (Segel) has resorted to booking appointments for possible nookie and when they do find the time, it's all friction and no sparks.Even the kissing is clumsy, but this is the extent of amusing insights in a movie that limply aspires to the kind of raunchy relationship angst that Judd Apatow has made his trademark.which, by the contortions of a laboured plot (co-penned by Segel and his frequent collaborator Nicholas Stoller), ends up being synced to the i Pads of family, friends and future employers.Techies won't be impressed by the nuts and bolts of this conceit, but more importantly, after that, Kasdan manages to swerve every opportunity for a good honest laugh.Instead of putting the couple through the ordeal of having to face their audience (and each other), he sends them on a silly slapstick hunt for the i Pads.