The Sex Act is a movie that stars Reese Witherspoon and Bill Murray. It’s a wonderfully funny romantic comedy about two lovers who get together in order to have some fun. It’s certainly a lot more entertaining than it is offensive, but it does have some questionable elements. The Sex Act you’ve forgotten about but needs a comeback. Here are some things that the movie needs to bring back:
The main character, played by Reese Witherspoon, is played by two different actors, and he and Rosemary Clooney, his girlfriend at the time, have a relationship that is totally sexual in nature. They are so completely in love with one another that they engage in a sexual act in the middle of a road rage situation. In fact, the entire plot of the movie revolves around their relationship, which, while enjoyable on its own, becomes more problematic when one of them goes off and engages in lovemaking with someone else. The two characters involved are so completely in love with each other that they even break up the only relationship they have, making their separation even more jarring. The movie then cuts to Rosemary and Finch’s reaction to this act.
The Sex Act you’ve forgotten about but needs a comeback focuses on the titillation of women as well as the titillation of men. The entire movie plays out like a steamy, adult movie theater, with the two lovers at the center of attention, getting their parts sexually acted out. When Rosemary and Finch fall in love with each other, they engage in a sexual act in the presence of a few friends. Afterward, they plan their perfect date, and things heat up incredibly quickly. Things heat up even more when Rosemary ends up straying, and then Finch smashes a chunk of glass against her head. The entire thing is extremely disturbing, especially because Rosemary and Finch were the two main characters of the story.
In What You’ve Forgotten About But Still Like, the story centers on two lovers, David and Samantha, who engage in a steamy, adult lovemaking act in a car. It is, obviously, not as glamorous as some of the other steamy scenes from Fifty Shades of Grey, but it is still a fun, steamy scene nonetheless. The two lovers enjoy the sex so much that their date with David turns into an excuse for a night of raucous sex, with everyone except David chiming in with suggestions. The sex scene looks great, but the writing style can sometimes be a little flat. The characters are supposed to be interested in sex so deeply that they aren’t afraid to admit to each other that they want it, but sometimes the descriptions don’t add up.
What You’ve Forgotten About But Still Like is a fun, steamy, adult lovemaking novel that manages to keep its plot light-hearted while still maintaining some allusion to the topic at hand. It is written in short scenes that keep the reader involved in the dialogue and imagining what could or might happen between the two main characters. It also works well as a romance novel because it switches back and forth between David and Samantha, with each of them falling in love with the other before they decide to act upon their feelings. The sex act you’ve forgotten about but still like, however, works well as an action novel where the reader learns more about the characters and decides for him or herself if it is worth waiting for.
I’d recommend that anyone reading What You’ve Forgotten About But Still Like, check out the first couple chapters. If nothing else, you might learn something about the basic plot of the book and get a better idea of the kinds of stories you like to read. I enjoyed this book, although a few things did get a bit over the top for me (mainly the last third of the book when the sex act u got too rough). However, overall, I really enjoyed this humorous and sexy story about two people who are falling in love and want to share it with others.