Total Film | Thanks for Sharing Review


Unlike The Kids Are All Right, whose relaxed mix of comedy and drama made it both hilarious and heartfelt, the script is far too uptight to milk AA or sex addiction for blackly-comic laughs, Choke-style.

Thus, it becomes over-reliant on Neil’s fat-boy-on-a-bike pratfalls, or Adam and Phoebe’s arch badinage, and consequently the laughs are few and far between.

Despite Gwynnie and her lingerie-clad lap-dancing, this sober, issue-based dramedy is preachy and a tad soapy, rather than provocative. Fine acting, though.

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