#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Jon Martello objectifies everything in his life: his apartment, his car, his family, his church, and, of course, women. His buddies even call him Don Jon because of his ability to pull “10s” every weekend without fail. Yet even the finest flings don’t compare to the transcendent bliss he achieves alone in front of the computer watching pornography. Dissatisfied, he embarks on a journey to find a more gratifying sex life, but ends up learning larger lessons of life and love through relationships with two very different women.
Plot: A New Jersey guy dedicated to his family, friends, and church, develops unrealistic expectations from watching porn and works to find happiness and intimacy with his potential true love.
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A powerful insight into the modern day mans psyche towards women and relationships
The first half hour of this film makes you feel quite uncomfortable, I saw a pre-screening with my girlfriend and It made me feel a little tense as I wasn’t able to gauge how she was perceiving what she was watching.
There are a lot of sexually orientated scenes, cut scenes from porn movies, scenes of our protagonist Jon getting off with a hell of a lot of women. Scarlett Johansson’s arrival doesn’t slow any of this down, despite her being cast in the archetypical female role. That being the girl Jon is going to give up his wicked ways for. I won’t spoil how this ultimately pans out. Around this point the humour kicks in and I must say there are quite a few laugh out loud scenes. Jon’s relationship with his family in particular and just his strange character in general provide a good comedic vibe.
This film will not be for everybody. Those faint hearted souls who wont be able to stand anything more offensive than the solitary use of the F word, well you guys should certainly pass this by. Overall the F word is used in excess of 120 times in this picture for starters. For me, as the film plays out the sexual cut scenes begin to have more substance. They start to mean more than just the showing of perverse acts, I believe what JGL was trying to show was an insight into how modern day men perceive women and relationships. How expectations are raised by pornography and advertising to create an image that will never be fulfilled in normal life.
In some ways the film ends a bit of a damp squib, despite being an enjoyable ride there is somehow a lack of conviction in the ending. Our ‘hero’ does see the error of his ways, but it could have been done more convincingly in my opinion. All in all though this is a solid directorial debut from JGL, there seems to be a real pace about the film from beginning to end. The way the dialogue is delivered and the temperament of the characters keeps things running steady and keeps you hooked.
Definite recommendation from me.
Sex, love and pornography.
As if Joseph Gordon-Levitt couldn’t get any better. The former child star has turned into quite the up-and-coming young actor as he’s worked to re-brand himself as something more than that kid from 3rd Rock From the Sun. Over the years, he’s starred in such films as Brick, The Dark Knight Rises and Looper, and has proved to be the type of actor whom everyone loves – and who actually deserves that love. However, his most impressive performance to date might just be the one he gave behind the camera with Don Jon.
The film marks Levitt’s first time writing and directing a feature- length film, and it makes one hell of an impression, especially because he tackles the lead role as well. Don Jon is one of those movies that has plenty of laughs and a few heartfelt moments, and it’s certainly entertaining. But it also touches on a few interesting social issues. I think I’ll just go ahead and say it, but Joseph Gordon-Levitt gives away a few trade secrets, much to the horror of men everywhere: Don Jon touches on that dreadfully embarrassing fact that every guy is terrified will come out. What secret is that? Well, it’s probably best to put it in the words of the protagonist, Jon, himself: “Every guy looks at porn, every day.”
Well, that last part might be a bit of an exaggeration, but Don Jon does bring up the point that pornography has become so readily available through the internet and even television that it’s just simply within arm’s reach at every single second of every single day, and every guy now and then reaches out to take a handful. However, society still treats it as something shameful and embarrassing, rather than a fact of life.
Don Jon doesn’t treat the use of pornography as something that should destroy relationships or cause significant others to fly off the handle in fits of jealousy. In fact, the movie seems to indicate, it’s a habit that’s probably pretty healthy. That isn’t to say that Jon has a healthy habit, as he’s reduced to having to look at pornography constantly throughout the day, even after sex, but you know, that’s an extreme example.
Then again, maybe it isn’t. Maybe the film offers a bit of a warning about how a little pornography is perfectly normal, but a lot can create a monster. Too much porn can make it so that it’s nearly impossible to connect with someone else on a meaningful level. After all, watching too much sex can create expectations that are as unrealistic as the ones the romantic comedies create.
What really impressed me about Don Jon, though, are the performances that Levitt pulls out of his co-stars. I’ve honestly never seen Scarlett Johansson give a better performance than she did as Jon’s trashy New Jersey girlfriend, Barbra. She’s absolutely despicable as she slowly begin to reveal her true intentions and tries to paint Jon as the bad guy when she discovers his addiction. On top of that, Tony Danza gives a side-splitting performance as Jon’s hot-headed father who gets into dick-measuring contest with his son every Sunday night (figurative, people, come on).
However, the most impressive of them all is Levitt himself, who has repeatedly proved that he is one hell of an actor and one who has earned my trust as a moviegoer. The role is something so far from what I would have ever pictured him portraying, but he pulls it off beautifully as he plays the scumbag good-guy stereotype.
Now for the hard part. I really enjoyed Don Jon. It strikes as a solid balance between art and entertainment, it’s filled with lots of laughs and it touches on a sensitive topic in a way that doesn’t seem preachy. The ending is a little weak, but everything up until that is golden. However, I’m not sure if it’s what one would call a date movie, since it will probably lead to inquisitive stares during a quiet car ride home afterward. And honestly, that’s really too bad. For the people that are willing to embrace the fact that everyone looks at porn, this movie is well worth the price of admission. However, I’m not sure if most of its value comes from the first viewing. It’s no Shame, but there’s really no shame in that.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Writer Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Actors Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Scarlett Johansson, Julianne Moore, Tony Danza
Awards 2 wins & 27 nominations.
Production Company HitRecord Films, Ram Bergman
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex Lightweight, Panavision Primo Lenses, Panavision Panaflex Millennium XL2, Panavision Primo and Angenieux Optimo Lenses
Laboratory FotoKem Laboratory, Burbank (CA), USA (color), Modern VideoFilm, Burbank (CA), USA (digital intermediate)
Film Length 2,467 m (5 reels)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision3 200T 5213, Vision3 500T 5219)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Super 35 (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic) (Kodak Vision 2383), D-Cinema