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Chloë Grace Moretz,
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David Robert Mitchell
After the hack, and the main four characters are at Em's place, as the camera pans up to the bedroom window, you hear the line "Dad. I didn't know your size, so I guessed." This is a reference to the movie Hackers (1995). See more »
But... you're a man. I don't expect you to understand.
All you're looking at is the nudity. But this isn't about that. This isn't about the sex or the porn or even being naked. This is about everything that goes into it. The pressure. The endless mind-fuck, the 10,000 naked selfies you took before this one, trying to get it just right. Trying to make sure the light hides your left nipple because it's slightly inverted or it's smaller. Or maybe your labia's too big. But if you pull your ...
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It has a shaky start, tonal issues and the characters are generally unlikeable but its stylish, original and has something to say, by the third act when the movie lets loose its a lot of fun if you can suspend disbelief.
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