Brandon is a New Yorker who shuns intimacy with women but feeds his desires with a compulsive addiction to sex. When his wayward younger sister moves into his apartment stirring memories of their shared painful past, Brandon's insular life spirals out of control.

Successful and handsome New Yorker Brandon seems to live an ordinary life, but he hides a terrible secret behind his mask of normalcy: Brandon is a sex addict. His days are disrupted when his sister arrives unannounced for an indefinite stay. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Sami R (nl) wrote: Highly recommended HK action flick! There were some similarities to other movies, but with a fresh twist and novel ideas. The helicopter mounted mini-gun scene with tracers was undoubtedly the most epic scene in the whole movie! The melodrama was kept to a minimum, causing only a few chuckles on the way.

Amy H (jp) wrote: Very underground gore movie. A bit boring just to watch a bit of blood.

Bethany P (us) wrote: it shows you how to deal with cyberbully and to be careful and tell someone

Daniel A (mx) wrote: NOT A MOVIE TO WATCH

Fredrick R (gb) wrote: This documentary isnt so much about remixes and remix culture as it is internet piracy, intellectual piracy and copyright laws. Everything but the kitchen sink is thrown in, including Culture jamming, Disney, Napster, Metallica, and Brazil trying to mass market generic HIV drugs. Besides Girl Talk, you'd think there would be a lot more music in the movie, but their isnt..hip hop and dance music pioneering in sampling are glaringly ignored. Dada, Futurism and Pop Art get only a brief mention.

Devin M (ru) wrote: WHOOP WHOOP MMFWCL best movie ever

Jenna G (br) wrote: I like Ron White and Bill Engvall, but I cannot stand Larry & Foxworthy.

Rika A (nl) wrote: OMG.. I love this movie.. this little angel is just soooooo adorable.. and loved that birdie too =D

orvarur H (mx) wrote: Another brilliant Wim Wenders piece from the 80s. One I had not seen until now. Can a combination of Wenders, Sam Shepard, Harry Dean Stanton and Dean Stockwell fail? No, I don't think so. Add to that a score by Ry Cooder and glorious cinematography by Robby Mller (who among other films shot Repo Man, Breaking the Waves, Dancer in the Dark and Dead Man).

Hugo F (gb) wrote: I thought this movie was all in my mind. Thank god Im not that brilliant. Special effects to wow! Acting to move your inner soul system and time travel back to our favorite dinner table. I believe there was some quantum mechanics involved in the plot as well. Im swelling.

Danielle V (mx) wrote: I love movies set in mental institutions, and this really showed the tragic intricacies of mental illness. Really really well done.

Dave W (ag) wrote: Typical found footage documentary. An hour of setup, a monster scare, another 20 minutes of nothing then the reveal of the monsters. Ray Wise is awesome as usual but Adam Green comes across as smarmy and unlikable. I gave it 1 star because the monsters are based on the awesome art of Alex Pardee. If this were shot like a "real" movie and with more than 1 actor it may have been better.

Anthony B (nl) wrote: It start off very week in the beginning but then it gets better thought, it stays true to it's source material and the design and effects are cool.

Andrew L (it) wrote: Hugely in-accurate, Hopelessly dire, made me laugh more than anything. Wolfgang Peterson has made some of the worst films I have ever seen since moving to Hollywood. The only decent thing he's done was 'Das Boot', which was brilliant.