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Raunchy who s the Daddy? comedy in the vein of Knocked Up and Sex & The City . Party girl Angela loves sex, and isn t afraid to show it after all, she says, a slut is just a woman with the morals of a man. She takes photos of her many conquests to remember them and gives each one a nickname such as the unfortunate "Five-Second Guy".

Angela s fun-loving lifestyle takes a sharp downturn when she discovers she s pregnant. With the help of her gay best friend Gabriel, Angela tracks down the last few guys she slept with, and has to work out how to steal a DNA sample from each, in the hope of finding out who s the babyfather. Beneath the laugh-out-loud raunchy comedy this film is a very modern and engaging story about friendship and family.

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"Funnier and hotter than KNOCKED UP" --Queerty.com

"***** Hilarious and heart-warming comedy" --Tonight At The Movies

"**** Jaw-dropping look at 21st Century mating habits. Excellent!@quot --News Blaze

"***** Hilarious and heart-warming comedy" --Tonight At The Movies

"**** Jaw-dropping look at 21st Century mating habits. Excellent!@quot --News Blaze

"***** Hilarious and heart-warming comedy" --Tonight At The Movies

"**** Jaw-dropping look at 21st Century mating habits. Excellent!@quot --News Blaze

"***** Hilarious and heart-warming comedy" --Tonight At The Movies

"**** Jaw-dropping look at 21st Century mating habits. Excellent!@quot --News Blaze

"***** Hilarious and heart-warming comedy" --Tonight At The Movies

"**** Jaw-dropping look at 21st Century mating habits. Excellent!@quot --News Blaze

"***** Hilarious and heart-warming comedy" --Tonight At The Movies

"**** Jaw-dropping look at 21st Century mating habits. Excellent!@quot --News Blaze

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A Saucy Comedy About Promiscuity? The Supporting Characters Are Far More Appealing Than The Leads 2 Mar. 2011
By K. Harris - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Is it possible to have a frothy romantic sex comedy with characters that have very few redeeming features? I guess "The People I've Slept With" makes the case that it is, indeed, possible. But is it prudent? Attempting to be a pleasing romp, the film presents two lead characters that I did not like at all. That's fine in some cases, I appreciate an antihero or jerk as much as the next guy (probably more). In this type of comedy, however, you're supposed to be charmed and amused by the lead's antics and I simply found them distasteful and insufferable. With a plot straight out of a film two decades ago, "The People I've Slept With" highlights a world of irresponsibility and promiscuity. Strangely, the most traumatic thing that may happen in this life of meaningless and random sexual encounters is an unwanted pregnancy (okay, maybe the plot is from 30 years ago). Of course, life lessons are to be learned as selfishness gives way to elements of maturity--but by that time, this was already a lost cause for me. As I didn't like the principles, I didn't much care about their journey and the slight redemption was purely by necessity, not by any great character insight.

Karin Anna Cheung plays the lead and when she discovers that she's got a bun in the oven, she must uncover which of her sexual encounters is responsible. Enlisting the help of her equally self-involved gay pal (Wilson Cruz), there is much hilarity as the two condescendingly judge the less than ideal candidates. With Cruz, who is cheating in his own relationship, the duo of losers act as if they are the prize to be won in any scenario. Ironically, Archie Kao, Randall Park and Rane Jameson are all far more appealing than our main characters. Kao is Cheung's primary suitor, a charming politician that defies all conventional stereotypes. Why this successful, attractive, intelligent and wealthy suitor would fall for our promiscuous booty call is a bit mystifying. Park plays a real object of derision to our sniping leads because he's boring. But he pursues Cheung with a relentless hilarity that provides the film's comic highpoints. And Jameson is sweetness and calm as he puts up with Cruz's wolfish ways. All three deserve much better than to be saddled with either Cheung or Cruz.

Performance-wise, Cheung seems a capable and appealing actress and I've followed Cruz since "My So-Called Life." It is the screenplay that sets up the limitations of the story. I appreciate that many people may really like "The People I've Slept With" for its unorthodox subject matter. But the film wants it both ways. It sets up its characters with a freedom and recklessness and rebelliousness to conventional standards. Their perceived superiority is absolutely believable in people of a certain age. But when the film attempts to connect on an emotional level, I didn't believe it for one minute. The film strives for a pathos at the end to elicit genuine emotion from its audience, but by that time--my hard heart was immune to these characters and it fell flat. KGHarris, 3/11.
3STARS BECAUSE IT IS A SERIOUS LOOK AT US AMERICANS & OUR MODERN IDEALS 14 Mar. 2015
By Margaret Opine - Published on Amazon.com
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....and (minus) two stars because "promiscuity" is complicated in so many ways; it cannot be comical unless you're idotic and very immature. It is irresponsible and dangerous for all parties involved. BUT...I remember a young girl telling me, "I love sex. I just love it. I could do it everyday, all day. I just love sex." When asked, "Well, are you planning to be a prostitute?" She said, "No. Of course not! I plan on being decent. Prostitutes accept money for having 'almost' sex. I like complete sex. Like you eat and talk together and laugh afterwards. You look forward to being together again and again. I don't like being coldhearted to people and a prostitute is coldhearted. She doesn't care about anyone or anything but money."
I can't ever think promiscuity is okay: meaning a cache of 10, 20, 30, 50 sex partners because I have been schooled as to what that REALLY is and oftentimes for the young girl it isn't even an orgasm. It is just attention! (''Her body calls for attention because of the Nature inside of it.'') My mother actually taught me that way back in the 50s. My mother didn't know anything about "an orgasm" back then and she likely never had one but she had a lot of kids and therefore she thought sex would just make Me pregnant a lot. And she didn't want that to happen to me so she taught me what she knew. I learned the rest from reading. AND I WAS MOST AFFECTED when I learned that "disease spreading" is a big factor and "unwanted pregnancy" is another big factor and then there is the actual baby and person that comes from that pregnancy who is your responsibility forever! (Serious stuff.) I ended up thinking and feeling when I was young that this LIFE BUSINESS is no joke. And then there is this: You as a person and a teenager may not care about who your child's father is but the child will care very deeply about who their father is and why he was not there. But then, if he is UNWANTED too by the mother...that is most likely why he is not around. Therefore, some people feel--some women feel--"This is my life and I do what I want...when I want...and with who I want"...but my mother said, "Don't make your bed hard because you are the one who will have to lie in it." INTELLIGENT WISDOM says there is simply no "gain" in having promiscuity in your life ever even though the Nature inside of you is calling for it: even so, it simply isn't worth it. One has to try and "control" the Nature within. And parents ought to teach us how to do that. THERE ARE NO REDEEMING QUALITIES TO PROMISCUITY most of the time. The residual harm can last for a whole lifetime and beyond. SO...I couldn't laugh when I saw this "cute" movie because the young American girl is "cute" and innocent, but also ignorant of her purpose. BUT THEN...that's what this movie is. It's a tool to teach in a clever sort of way--NOW THAT'S PURPOSE. But it does fall short in a big way since she didn't have one boyfriend; she had many--therefore--disease concerns would be among the other issues and problems. These sort of movies are important for the young girls to try and get their attention and teach them, coax them, help them...albeit, but I never-ever tend to worry about the mother as much as I worry about the child. [I'LL GIVE YOU ONE GUESS AS TO HOW I FELT ABOUT "JUNO".---MO
I liked the movie 10 Jun. 2014
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I thought the movie was cute. There really wasn't a lot of sex in it. The two love stories, one gay and one straight, were very nicely told and I had empathy for all the characters. There was also the single funniest line I've heard in a movie in a long time. There is lots of nice complexity in the lead love story.
fun movie 11 April 2014
By K. Shortell - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
It was a thuroughly enjoyable movie. I love the actors and the story line. It was nice to see a lot of Asian actors in an American (US or Canada) movie, and no, I am not Asian, but I find them to be beautiful people.
So funny 24 Sept. 2013
By mrsgburney - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is a really good movie, the characters were great. If you like to laugh, you'll want to see it,
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