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Sex EdThe movie follows Eddie as he lands his first teaching gig at an inner city middle schooland and finds his highly pubescent pupils are receiving no form of sexual education. Eddie isn't exactly equipped to teach them, he's a virgin.
Actors of "Sex Ed"
Directors of "Sex Ed"Isaac Feder
Creators of "Sex Ed"Bill Kennedy
Critic Reviews of "Sex Ed"Los Angeles TimesNovember 07, 2014
"Sex Ed" is a likable little comedy that features such a well-conceived and portrayed main character it makes up for the film's slender concept and leaps in logic.New York TimesNovember 06, 2014
Filthy conversations abound, mostly with a handful of trash-talking students and a series of female characters apparently conjured from a frat-boy wish list.New York Daily NewsNovember 06, 2014
The shock of seeing kids talking dirty dries up quick, but the message is one of positivity and communication.Village VoiceNovember 04, 2014
Mildly funny and about 15 minutes too long, Sex Ed has a funny cast, particularly a kid played by Isaac White, who gets some hilariously rude dialogue.Common Sense MediaJune 23, 2015
Unrelenting crass and vulgar humor, language in awful comedyFILMINK (Australia)March 06, 2015
Overall, it's a sex positive film that suggests that whether you're swinging from the chandeliers or staying at home in your PJs, what really matters is what you think about yourself.Paste MagazineNovember 13, 2014
Surprise of all surprises, it's a real charmer, a scrappy little comedy about sex positivism in an era when Americans still feel super duper uncomfortable frankly talking about anything and everything erotic.Blu-ray.comNovember 07, 2014
Even with considerable flaws, Sex Ed does offer a few charms, including a committed lead performance from Haley Joel Osment, whose depiction of dented dignity and comic timing supports the picture when it needs it the most.Film Journal InternationalNovember 07, 2014
Strained sex farce which has the tacky nerve to try and go all warm and fuzzy.The DissolveNovember 05, 2014
The film is sex-positive in theory, but nevertheless seems to view aggressive sexuality as the domain of the broken, creepy, and superficial.Baret NewsNovember 01, 2014
The only thing this titillating teensploit is missing is Haley Joel Osment periodically whispering, 'I see horny people!'
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