Luke Wilson, Giovanni Ribisi, and Gabriel Macht headline director/co-screenwriter George Gallo's fact-based period comedy detailing the rise of the internet porn business in the mid-'90s. Businessman Jack Harris (Wilson) made his living solving other people's problems. Wayne Beering (Ribisi) and Buck Dolby (Macht) were two technological innovators with a plan to make a mint by selling pornography online. When Jack met Wayne and Buck, it was a match made in money heaven. Before long the trio was making 200,000 dollars a day, but it wouldn't last. When a young porn star begins muscling Jack from one side and the FBI starts asking questions on the other, the foolproof plan to get wealthy beyond his wildest dreams becomes an inescapable trap that threatens to break up his family and destroy his livelihood. Kelsey Grammer, Kevin Pollack, Terry Crews, and Christopher McDonald co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
A truly fantastic film that tells a fictional story about the creation and explosion of the internet pornographic industry. Luke Wilson and Giovanni Ribisi are spectacular in their performances. You can really see something like this happening. For a film about the adult industry, there is not a lot of nudity (really just a few fake breasts) but the language is harsh and as entertaining as the film is, you don't mind it's lack of nudity. Fantastically enjoyable a highly recommend for the "not-so-prude" crowd. 7/4/12 Walt D in LV
I could only watch about no more than 15 minutes of this film. I knew where it was going. Reminded me of IDIOCRACY also one of Luke Wilson's "porn" attempts. Some may like this movie but to me it was pure trash. I cannot believe that I ventured out in the snow and rented this one just because I had an exchange to make. The language was beyond foul and the copulation scenes and nudity was rampant. In the first 15 minutes it showed self-gratification at least twice. I do NOT recommend this filth to anyone.