Sleeping with Other People

2015

Comedy / Drama / Romance

Sleeping with Other People (2015) download yts

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Alison Brie as Lainey
Adam Scott as Matthew
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1hr 41 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jadavix 5 / 10

Unfunny and unromantic, with a miscast Jason Sudeikis

There's nothing new about a romantic comedy devoid of romance or comedy, but what did strike me as a little odd was the casting of Jason Sudeikis as a serial womanizer. He has a certain charm, I guess, but he's no pin up. I wonder who the role was originally written for.

The movie is about two late bloomers who meet in college and interrupt each other before a sexual tryst: her with a jerk she will of course go on to fall in love with, him with computer porn. They lose their virginity with each other and don't meet for several years.

Then, in the present day, the Alison Brie character is cheating with the aforementioned jerk, while Sudeikis is beating off women with a stick, apparently.

We've all seen the movies, read the books, heard the songs, browsed the blog posts about the woman who comes dangerously close to being snapped up by the jerk while missing out on the guy who really loves her. It may be a new trend for the "guy who really loves her" to be kind of a jerk too, so you can't really tell what's so bad about the first jerk, and you certainly don't care who they end up with.

The movie had maybe two funny moments, and the touching/romantic stuff fell flat even worse than the humour did.

Reviewed by ga_x 10 / 10

Not everyone will like it as much as I did, but some might.

Let's start by saying, you can't take the title as an accurate representation of this movie. It suits it very well though, just not in a literal sense. Some people didn't like it because they expected an original comedy about open relationships and got a romantic comedy about two emotionally messed up individuals. And if you aren't expecting it to be something else, this movie absolutely nails it.

I know not everyone wants to see a movie about those kind of characters, but I'm really sick of rom-coms about people who have a healthy relationship with sex unless they're a bad guy or someone whose not mean to find love. I thought it was really refreshing to see characters with these issues and the movie was well done. Sure it's a romantic comedy with all the right clichés and cheeky music, and sure the characters aren't relatable to everyone, but for me, it was just perfect.

Reviewed by Tom Morgan 9 / 10

By-The-Numbers, Yet Completely Original

This movie first snatched my attention as an obscure trailer, something that popped up while I was habitually browsing the web. From that moment I absolutely fell in love with it, it's light humour and perfect chemistry between all of the cast. It still remains to this day one of my favourite trailers of all time, and one I would routinely check in on every now and then leading up to the movie's release, so that I could remind myself why I was excited to see the actual film, and not a two minute summary. Yet I obviously had reservations. Too many of us have been betrayed by trailers, advertising movies that don't exist or are completely different to the one actually presented (and payed for). "Don't get your hopes up", I would say to myself. "There's every chance this movie will be one of the worst of the year." Then I heard reports of standing ovations at Sundance and as the generally favourable reviews began to trickle in my hopes defiantly rose. And I'm so immensely happy they did, because this movie, and it's subsequent trailer, absolutely nailed it.

The humour was refreshingly real and hilarious, as were the relationships, with the two leads Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie absolutely deserving a mention for being particularly amazing together. A shout out to Jason Mantzoukas and Andrea Savage also - thanks to them, if you turn this movie off the moment you see the credits you're missing one of its funniest and most heartwarming parts.

However, as my title probably suggested, this movie is still a pretty by-the-numbers romcom, and is semi-predictable plot-wise (wow, I used a lot of dashes in that sentence, please forgive me). That cliché that just ran through your head when I mentioned the word romcom - yeah, it is probably in this movie. Except for kissing in the rain, surprisingly. Actually, now that I think about it, the only scene (that comes to mind) with rain even in it is the one where Sudeikis is pushed in front of and hit by a car. Okay let me revise that; only *most* of the normal romcom clichés are in this movie. But there's a reason that movie genres can become so formulaic - sometimes the formula truly does work.

With the fantastic writing and directing, the brilliant acting and helpful injection of fresh ideas into a generally stale formula, this movie manages to be truly entertaining from start to finish. I found myself intoxicated by the relationship of two wholly fictional people, engrossed in their journey both towards and away from one another. I thought the ending could have been a little more poignant and in theme with the rest of the movie, but it was still a supremely satisfying conclusion to a story I'm amazed managed to exceed my hopes and expectations. Truly, a fantastic film.

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