Sea, No Sex & Sun

Sea, No Sex & Sun

A comedy that affectionately pokes fun at men and their eternal quest for satisfaction. At last, a film about self-acceptance and renunciation.

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Heather M (ru) wrote: This movie is a bit ridiculous, but it has a sweet story and is an easy watch.

Dianne H (ag) wrote: I watched the movie last night - I don't even remember seeing it advertised or seeing a trailer for it - I absolutely loved it! It was a refreshing surprise to see the characters developed into "people" that you could truly relate to. I loved the twists and turns and thought it was very clever.

Catharine T (br) wrote: Funny, frenetic-paced Gumby-On-Acid.

Travis L (kr) wrote: I loved it. I laughed so hard through the whole movie.

Christophe G (nl) wrote: a me dit vraiment rien pas eu patience de regarder plus de 12 minutes

Roni S (nl) wrote: Loved this movie. I think it was her best film and unfortunately was not noticed by the academy.

Jose M (gb) wrote: Not that the movie sucks, just the writing really stunk and it is mighty unfunny. See Where the Buffalo Roam starring Bill Murray in the first attempt to adapt the works of gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson. The film is based on several of his works which none of them really work. Peter Boyle co-stars as Thompson attorney, based on the missing Oscar Acosta. Now, there wasn't really much of a plot other than Murray and Boyle acting like complete butts as they pillage and hopped up on drugs. I could not follow the film. There are some amusing scenes one involving a man, a dog, and Nixon. Attaboy!

Sara K (us) wrote: Sweetest movie ever!!!! Nah I'm kidding I haven't seen it.

Kenny R (jp) wrote: It's a cool story, but too raw and leaves a bitter feeling in stomach after watching...but it's a good movie...

Andrew C (us) wrote: Fun, inventive and full of manic, infectious energy.