Loved the comparative freedom and real acceptance within the relationship with Julianne Moore. I know people will tend to watch this film and not resist "The Porn Debate" but I find that the debate in some situations allows people to abdicate the responsibility of looking at why a person feels the need to use porn if their relationship is that sound in the first place. Kudos to this film for touching on that.
The satire and the complex themes it portrays have their heart in the right place, but felt a little slight and mishanded. I never felt bored or sufficiently annoyed to turn it off (almost), but I can't say it was a satisfying journey altogether. Still, kudos to Levitt for trying and almost succeeding in breaking the mold of romantic comedies.
JGL still has a lot to learn...I think it's very evident that this a freshman attempt at filmmaking - the script lacks emotional depth, there is little to no character development, and it all seems very contrived. Many of the characters reek of stereotype. Being from NJ, the only thing I can relate to is the driving scene (LOL). Otherwise the message that begins to emerge by the end is muddled by all the farce.