Virtual Sexuality (1999)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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A frustrated teenage girl creates her perfect man in a virtual reality machine and in a freak accident, gives him life.


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  • Laura Fraser and Rupert Penry-Jones in Virtual Sexuality (1999)
  • Laura Fraser and Rupert Penry-Jones in Virtual Sexuality (1999)
  • Laura Fraser and Rupert Penry-Jones in Virtual Sexuality (1999)
  • Laura Fraser and Rupert Penry-Jones in Virtual Sexuality (1999)
  • Laura Fraser and Rupert Penry-Jones in Virtual Sexuality (1999)

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9 June 2000 | Everwas
5
| Not a brilliant plot but entertaining nonetheless
Nobody that sees this movie will tell you that the plot is spectacular or brilliant, but I think most people will be fairly entertained by it. There are, as in most movies, some slow times or failures, but there are some interesting developments dealing with the main characters, primarily how the girl acts in her new body as a guy. It's really a toss up whether or not the movie is worth seeing. If you're in the mood for a fairly simple but mostly entertaining film, go ahead and check it out. If you prefer heavy or artistic movies with flawless and deep plots, you should probably avoid this one. It is also worth noting that the English accent is sometimes hard to understand, so if that annoys you, this movie will too.

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Release Date:

2 July 1999

Language

English


Country of Origin

UK

Filming Locations

London, England, UK

Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$43,865 5 December 1999

Gross USA:

$74,007

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$74,007

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