God, Sex & Apple Pie

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Released 1998

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Director:
Paul Leaf
Released:
1998
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Television director Paul Leaf made his feature debut with this independent comedy about the intertwining sex lives of several adults on vacation. God, Sex & Apple Pie finds a stockbroker, a TV reporter, a model, and their six friends heading off for some rest and relaxation, but getting much more than they bargained for. Starring Greg Wrangler and Penelope Crabtree, the film won accolades from such film festivals as the Atlantic City Film Festival and the Arizona International Film Festival.

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  • 50

    New York Daily News Elizabeth Weitzman

    The production values are impressively slick and a few performances are polished, but it's not much more than "The Big Chill" on a little budget.

  • 20

    The New York Times Dave Kehr

    There's not much for the viewer to do during God, Sex & Apple Pie except check off the obligatory plot points -- taking comfort in the thought that as each cliché appears, the fil...

  • 0

    New York Post Jonathan Foreman

    This must be one of the worst movies ever to get a big-screen release. If it weren't so boring, this unbelievably bad indie sex comedy would be worth going to for five minutes of l...

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