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Addicted to You

USA 2019
produced by
Rebecca Herrick, SteevJBrown, Choni Francis, Mike Cochnar, Jessica Alexander (executive) for U-Neta Pictures, Pinkerelli Pictures, Future Dark Films, Tiny Spoon Productions
directed by Mike Cochnar
starring Shane Hartline, Melissa Paulo, Cat Alter, Choni Francis, Garrett Mendez, Warren Burke, Tara Erickson, Brad Gage, Tory Devon Smith, Alex Walters, Michael Klimkowski, Patricia Villetto, Jack Tynan, Bex Marsh, Seth Lee, Papa Joe Aviance, Elisa Dyann, Lainnie Felan, Silvana Gargione, Ashleigh Crystal Hairston, Rebecca Herrick, Schenley Hogue, Josue Carlos Jiminez, Jen Kater, Jason Kaye, Erich Lane, Steven Matthews, Markeia McCarty, Christa Nannos, Mason Nelligan, Caitlin O'Connor, Amanda Sadia, Scarlet Spencer, Amanda Tate, Rob Warner
written by Mike Cochnar, Choni Francis, SteevJBrown, music by Colin Hatch

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Back when he was a child, his uncle/mentor Doug (Alex Walters) taught Luke (Shane Hartline) one thing, to never fall in love. Now that he's grown up, Luke still sticks to it, and has become quite a ladies' man. And eventually, this leads to him having sex with new co-worker Aimee (Cat Alter) - and having sex with co-workers is a bad enough idea as such, but what's even worse is that she seriously falls in love with him and already talks about marriage the morning after. What's worst though is, she's not only clingy, she's also pretty annoying. But it's not that Luke can in any way evade her as the two stumble upon one another at work all the time. So Luke's best friends Jackson (Choni Francis) and David (Garrett Mendez) come up with a solution: Luke is to tell Aimee he's a recovering sex addict who has had a relapse, and that's all that this was. This actually does get Aimee off his back, but when Luke's boss Mr. Adams (Warren Burke) learns about this, he confesses to being a recovering sex addict himself and invites him to a self help group meeting. To not blow his cover, Luke agrees, and while the meeting's rather awkward, he meets Kara (Melissa Paulo) there, and the two take a liking to one another. They eventually even land in bed together. But of course, this can't go well forever, and eventually she finds out that he has only faked being a recovering sex addict and is shocked he's been lying to her. She breaks up with him, which leaves him in shambles. But of course, she has a dirty secret too, she writes for a gossip magazine, and the article she has been researching for is what it's like to have sex with a recovering sex addict ...


Now I have to admit, the humour in Addicted to You is a bit of the blunt hit-or-miss variety, and is sometimes a bit too broad to develop real potential. But that said, this film also plays a cool riff on the romantic comedy genre, as while it follows the genre formula rather spot on, it doesn't hold back, doesn't sugar-coat, and gets dirty should need be. And while most of the supporting characters are pretty much caricatures (some really good ones though), both Luke and Kara are really relatable with all their flaws, and Shane Hartline and Melissa Paulo do breathe life into them. Not a perfect film perhaps, but plenty of laughs to make it worthwhile.


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