Sex Tape is all about the lives of Jay and Annie, who are obsessed with each other and soon decide to get married because of their good sex life together.
Soon, the married couple become parents of two kids. While Jay works at a radio station, Annie writes a blog on motherhood and parenting.
Trouble starts when Annie and Jay decide to use their iPad to film themselves having sex. What follows is a series of sexual positions and morns that all get filmed. The exhausted couple falls off to sleep without remembering to delete the video.
By mistake, Jay shares the video instead of erasing it and it reaches out to a bunch of people. Their act of sex syncs to every one of those iPads, including the one Annie loaned to her would be boss Hank (Rob Lowe) as it is connected by an iCloud and thus starts the trouble.
Jay and Annie, race against time trying to stop their sex tape from getting viral. Their search for the original file leads them on a chase that includes the boss of a porn website and a bit of blackmail.
In Sex Tape pretty much everything falls flat and is boring. It’s too safe to be a sex comedy. Director Jake Kasdan fails at every step as both the script and it’s execution is very sloppy.
The movie talks about iPads, iCloud and technology; something that very few people understand.
Almost everything is predictable in Sex Tape. The acting is over the top because the film turns out to be so silly. There is little the actors can do to save this film.
The only thing that savages the film is the chemistry between Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel.
It's all over the place, it talks about nothing else but sex and it is not at all fully; well we are talking about Cameron Diaz, Jason Segel and Rob L...1.0