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Elektra Luxx 2011 123movies

Elektra Luxx 2011 123movies

From adult film star to functioning adult.Mar. 11, 201198 Min.
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Watch: Elektra Luxx 2010 123movies, Full Movie Online – Pregnant porn star Elektra Luxx is trying to make a split from the adult film industry by making a living teaching sex classes to housewives. But her life is thrown into disarray when a flight attendant with ties to Elektra’s past approaches her for a favor. Chaos and hilarity ensue as fiancees, private investigators, a twin sister, best selling authors and even the Virgin Mary force her to face up to an unexpected series of decisions and revelations..
Plot: A favor for a woman from her past throws the life of a pregnant, retired porn star into chaos.
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5.0/10 Votes: 7,358
24% | RottenTomatoes
50/100 | MetaCritic
N/A Votes: 119 Popularity: 7.542 | TMDB

Reviews:

“Elektra Luxx” is a fun and enjoyable film with great performances all around.
On March 14th in Austin, TX, I headed into the World Premiere of “Elektra Luxx” at the Paramount Theater and boy was I in for a treat. I was so pumped just being at SXSW but sitting a few seats away from me were Malin Akerman, Carla Gugino, Emma Bell, Emmanuelle Chriqui, and director/writer Sebastian Gutierrez. About an hour into the film, the worst thing that could ever happen to a director happened…the movie screen went blank during the world premiere. Within a few minutes, Sebastian Gutierrez appeared on stage doing a one man show entertaining the audience to the highest level possible. After about 20 mins, the cast came on stage to help fill the time. This is when my brilliant ass decided to ask the most awkward question to ask a filmmaker period, let alone during a chaotic screening. I began to ask “how do you make a sequel to a film that no one saw the original of?” After that sentence came out of my mouth, I actually felt really bad for asking it because I didn’t realize how harsh it sounded but luckily for me Sebastian Gutierrez decided to answer it honestly and poke fun at me a bit in the process. The guy is awesome. I have met a ton of directors and celebrities and he ranks up there as the coolest guy I met in showbiz. He just seemed like the kind of guy who really valued his fans and I truly admire the man now. But as the 45 minute mark drew near, Janet Pierson let everyone know we would not be able to see the ending of “Elektra Luxx” tonight as the projector could not be fixed.

About two weeks ago, I was browsing online and came across the Gen Art Film Festival and to my surprise “Elektra Luxx” was playing at the festival. I knew I had to get tickets and surely enough just a few days later I did. So finally on Friday April 9, 2010…I entered the theater took my seat right across from Mr. Gutierrez again and shortly the film began…

“Elektra Luxx” is the sequel to the film, “Women in Trouble.” For the most part, this film focuses around the life of “Elektra Luxx (played by the beautiful and very talented Carla Gugino) and her retirement from the porn industry. In the film, Elektra is trying to just live a normal life by teaching a class called “How to have sex like a porn star.” Shortly into the film, her past comes back to haunt her as she gets a surprise visit from Cora (Marley Shelton) who has some information about her husband. The film only continues to get more interesting as it goes along.. A lot of laughs and some dramedy filled moments ensue…

“Elektra Luxx” has a cast of some of the most beautiful women in showbiz and surprisingly all of them are great actresses as well. Carla Gugino’s lead role as Elektra is not only fun but a very good performance. Her character isn’t as simple as you may think and Gugino plays the role with such passion that you just enjoy every moment she is on screen. Marley Shelton plays Cora and is very good even though she has very limited screen time. Emmanuelle Chriqui is always pleasure to watch as Bambi. Her role of playing the all business & no fun girl perfectly offsets her partner in crime Holly Rocket played by Adrianne Palicki. Holly Rocket is is my favorite character in the film as well as the funniest. She seems dumb on the surface but if you actually pay attention to her character, she really isn’t and that’s what I love about it. Joseph Gordon Levitt is great in the film as Burt Rodriguez. Levitt steals the show every moment he is on screen. Malin Akerman’s character Trixie isn’t in the film all that much but for what little screen time she has, her character looks like it’s going to show some promise in the next film. Overall, everyone does an amazing job even the host of people I haven’t listed but these are the main ones.

Sebastian Gutierrez pulled a “Woody Allen” so to speak and directed, wrote, and produced the film. He is truly great at doing all of those things. I guess having done a lot of writing for “Mainstream Hollywood” it is nice to see him create something more independent. After having seen two different Q&A sessions with Sebastian, I would have to say that he is one of my most driven and passionate directors in the biz. He loves film and he loves his cast and it truly shows. One thing I have to mention is that everyone in the cast pointed out was that Sebastian treats everyone like family and that shows. These films “Women in Trouble” and “Elektra Luxx,” are his babies and while some may not appreciate them for what they are, I really enjoy the films thus far and can’t wait to see the final chapter “Women in Ecstasy” next year. Great Job Sebastian! I applaud you and support your work. I would love to be in or work on one of your films one day.

Bottom Line: “Elektra Luxx” isn’t for everyone and with that being said you have to have a good appreciation for fun independent films in order to appreciate the film. Horny guys seeing this film hoping to see a lot of sex will surely be disappointed. This movie is very much a character driven film that tells a lot of interesting stories. There are a lot of laughs to be had but also quite a few heartfelt moments thrown in as well. “Elektra Luxx” is a movie that is definitely geared towards a mature and smart audience. It has a beautiful and talented cast and I highly recommend it.

MovieManMenzel’s final rating for “Elektra Luxx” is a 9/10.

Review By: ScottDMenzel
Incredibly Quick Dialog And Wonderful Dialog Gives This Sequel A Real Kick
Amazingly Strong Semi Sequel to 2009’s Women In Trouble,improving on that one with its dialog alone. Elektra Luxx starts out strong right out of the gate plunging first into a wonderfully noirish plot providing so much fantastic dialog that it becomes a pleasure to listen to. The dialog IS the reason to seek this one out however you can because it is that good. There are so many fantastic one liners, and conversational two handers throughout. There are exchanges of dialog flying at you in all directions throughout that you end up just trying to absorb everything that was just said just so you can process it all– reminding me a bit of “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang” in that sense. This dialog not only provides the movie its spark–it made me want to hang around the theater for the 40 odd minutes after the end credits finished rolling to catch the next showing. I can only think of a handful of films that I’ve seen in theaters that have made me want to do that but i just had to hear this movie again pronto. Movie has three largely separate plot lines, but the characters do all know each other as they were all featured in the director’s previous film “Women In Trouble.” The main plot line involves now pregnant ex porn star Elektra Luxx–played by the dependably wry and endearing Carla Gugino– who finds herself thrown into a plot line involving unpublished songs written about her by her dead lover from “Women In Trouble” as the young woman who was with him (when he died–and blames herself by the way) promises to give her those very songs which Luxx would like mostly for sentimental reasons in exchange for the tiny little favor in which Luxx seduces her fiancée. Lets just leave it at that because i can’t really say what happens next but i will say that the film’s not really plot driven as much as it is character driven, which would normally be a turn-off but when the characters are spouting as terrific dialog as they are here, there’s a lot of pleasure to be had just from sitting back and listening to them talk their talk.

Elektra’s plot line ends up alternating screen time with two other plot lines–one involving Joseph Gordon Levitt as Luxx’s ultimate fan boy blogger trying to get a hold on his own life post Luxx’s career, and one involving Electra’s ex-porn star colleague also trying to get a hold on her own love life post Luxx’s career. I should put in a strong word for former Friday Night Lights’ actress Adrianne Palicki here who really holds the screen with star power as the big-hearted and adorably dim ex porn star herself. Palicki not only holds her own in her plot line but she delivers the lines with such perfect delivery and spot on timing that i do believe she could be not just a big movie star but a really first rate comedic actress as well. (we really need more of those right now too, way more then romantic leads or dramatic actresses.) Gordon Levitt doesn’t fare quite as well here–he’s fine but his character doesn’t really have as much to do plot-wise–and honestly isn’t as fully developed as the other two female characters are. (is he just an obsessive pervert stuck in his life or is he this dignified romantic? the two traits don’t really gel.) The two other plot lines never exactly intersect with Elektra’s (altho they do both know Elektra) but they are all thematically related. They’re all trying to cope with and are scared of the changes in their lives to put it broadly. The film is really at heart more of an old fashioned melodrama then anything else–the end credits list a special thank you to Pedro Almodovar and that’s exactly who’s influence can be felt in just about every single thing i can think of here. (the wistfulness of its characters, its comedic dialog, its intimate heart to heart scenes, its candy color decor, the film’s use of music, or even in the film’s cracker jack pacing.) Almodovar is such a singular combination that no one’s ever really tried to copy him before because it would be just too difficult to balance without really careful handling but writer/director Sebastian Gutierrez does such a terrific job balancing everything here that i sincerely look forward to seeing him spin other tales involving other sets of quirky yet sentimental and wise characters in the future. Say something not set in the porn world for example. If Gutierrez keeps up this level of production–he will hopefully be able to sustain a long term career doing these kinds of movies. Hell at the very least he should be able to provide regular work for muse Carla Gugino who in addition to delivering a knockout performance here will make you care for whether or not she’ll emerge from her situation OK. She very very much deserves more big screen exposure other than the 3 movies Mr. Gutierrez together now counting women in trouble, and 1999’s Judas Kiss-(itself a neat and twisty neo noir) has ably provided for her.

Do yourself a favor–if you like movies with fast dialog that you love to listen to check this one out–even if you’re put off by the subject matter of an ex porn star restarting her life–you will find some terrific crackerjack dialog here. I can’t imagine this one not having a very healthy shelf life on cable and DVD.I also have the high hope that after the third one comes out a CD of Robyn Hitchcock’s music from all 3 of the films will be made available because the three songs from him that get played are all very catchy. There’s Some Great Work Here–Well Worth Checking Out.

Review By: mbs

Other Information:

Original Title Elektra Luxx
Release Date 2011-03-11
Release Year 2010

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 44 min (104 min), 1 hr 40 min (100 min) (USA)
Budget 0
Revenue 10
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Comedy, Drama
Director Sebastian Gutierrez
Writer Sebastian Gutierrez
Actors Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Carla Gugino, Ermahn Ospina
Country United States
Awards 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


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Elektra Luxx 2011 123movies
Elektra Luxx 2011 123movies
Original title Elektra Luxx
TMDb Rating 4.706 119 votes

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