Sex Tape has been universally panned by critics, which is hardly surprising considering its unimaginative title or what it deals with.

Sex Tape
Cameron Diaz stars in Sex Tape.

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Cameron Diaz (The Other Woman) and Jason Segal (Knocked Up) play Annie and Jay, a married couple who attempt to revive their romantic life by making a sex tape. Jay works for a radio station and frequently gives away free iPads to his acquaintances. Unfortunately, the couple have used an iPad to film their sex tape and the footage has been uploaded on to a cloud they happen to share with the people Jay has generously donated iPad's to, including their children, Annie's boss, the mail man, and their close friends. 

Anyway, they embark on a mission to find a means of destroying the cloud whilst enduring awkward encounters with the numerous people who have seen their tape. If the ending is anywhere near as obvious as the title, Annie and Jay will presumably either successfully destroy the cloud or accept their humiliation in a semi-graceful manner. 

Sex Tape is directed by Jake Kasdan, the director responsible for such cinematic monstrosities as Bad Teacher and Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story. Whilst, on the other side of the camera, Diaz and Segal are supported by Rob Corddry (Hot Tub Time Machine), Ellie Kemper (21 Jump Street), Rob Lowe (Parks and Recreation), and Nat Faxon (Bad Teacher). 

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