Textuality

Genre:  Comedy, Romance
Running Time:  94 min.
Release Date: April 22, 2011
DVD: June 7, 2011

Current rating: Rating: 4.08
based on 50 votes and 14 reviews
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Cast: Jason Lewis, Carly Pope, Liam Card, Eric McCormack

Synopsis

A story about two people trying to get into a relationship, who must first exit the multiple relationships they were managing through their mobile phones before they met.

Sexuality sex•u•al•i•ty (sek'sh&oomacr;-al'i-te) n. 1. The condition of being characterized and distinguished by sex. 2. Concern with or interest in sexual activity. 3. Sexual character or potency.

Textuality text•u•al•i•ty (tekst'&oomacr;-al'i-te) n. 1. The condition of being characterized and distinguished by the way and to whom you send texts. 2. Concern with or interest in textual activity. 3. Your character or potency based on how well, how often and how many people you can maintain relationships with via texting.

Director: Warren P. Sonoda
Studio: Entertainment One
Producer(s): Marc Rigaux
Screenplay: Liam Card
Official Site: textualitymovie.com

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  • 5 stars "this movie is superb and its show the actual life those people nowsday."
  • 2 stars "luckily this was just a dvd watch. this is more a 2.5. jason lewis was hardly trying in this film and carly pope's eyebrows were driving me crazy. the idea of texting is not 2011 - this a few years behind and the "texting" storyline didn't really feed well into the film. it was nice to see to representing but there wasn't enough from the actors and storylines. i think carly pope is a good actor though..."
  • 1 star "I would not even give this movie a one star. What a waste of time."