Sex and Death 101 (2007) - Comedy, Drama, Romance

Hohum Score

94

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A guy's life is turned around by an email, which includes the names of everyone he's had sex with and ever will have sex with. His situation gets worse when he encounters a femme fatale (Ryder) who targets men guilty of sex crime.

IMDB: 6
Director: Daniel Waters
Stars: Robert Wisdom, Tanc Sade
Length: 117 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 9 out of 28 found boring (32.14%)

One-line Reviews (27)

This is by far one of the worst movies I have ever watched.

Waters starts off the film with a fairly traditional set-up of his concept, but then quickly takes it off on a variety of unexpected paths.

Well, as I've said in the headline, the movie definitely does have its intriguing moments and there are quite a few meaningful lines in the script.

Although LLO is a flawed film, but it is an entertaining movie where you can almost feel filmmaker's burning passion on the project.

An absolute waste of money and time.

Overall the movie is too slow.

Sex and death has an intriguing storyline which is very linear making it easier to follow (Sorry i wont ruin the story for you).

is one of the worst movies i ever saw.

Simon Baker's narration didn't really mean anything, and then it got worse when the story went on to unexpected turn.

And it occasionally spits out random pointless information...

There are times where it seems the movie is close to falling apart completely but Baker, who really has to carry things pretty much by himself, manages to hold it together and in the end it's a relatively enjoyable movie.

Having said that, the quiet showdown at a late-night diner (the "Quality Café", to be precise) somewhat reconciled me with an otherwise pretty pointless movie.

It's an empty space with a strong white background, and it has a crack in the wall.

Many lucky enough to possess the stunning looks which the part calls for would have been content to strut and smirk through the film.

I think that I know what it is - it is a failure that becomes boring after a few minutes of watching and keeps being so despite the amount of beautiful women and the neat film-making.

Then you have this list of the 101 women that the hero of the movie will sleep with until death, or until he falls in lover, or maybe until he gets bored until he bored us to death.

Instead the film is bland, with no character development and no explanation as to any character motivations.

Boy, what a waste of time.

The viewer is left with an empty mouth, empty head and a lighter wallet.

Even though the movie feels a little disjointed and unfocused at times, Waters does a nice job dovetailing all the seemingly unrelated plot elements into a satisfying whole in the end.

Well I certainly hope so or else this whole thing is going to be rather pointless.

Writer/director Daniel Waters knows how to set even the most hackneyed romantic comedy cliché spinning on its head.

Pure boredom?

that the Simon Baker character falls in love with one of the ladies on his list midway through, but what happens to that true love is off-the-charts unpredictable.

I implore you to spare yourself the agony of 100 minutes of a contrived plot.

A quirky little study of the modern mating game which might have been unwatchable if it hadn't been graced with a sly and insightful wit...

Pretty pointless .