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Jed Weintrob directed this look at how Internet sex sites bring people together, while simultaneously keeping them apart. John Roth (Josh Hamilton) and his friend Moe Curley (Harrold Perrineau) spend a remarkable amount of time at Intercon-X, a pornographic website. All of the characters spend a great deal of time in cyberspace. Eventually, John shares a sexual act online with Jordan (Vanessa Ferlito), another regular at Intercon-X. Eventually Jordan and Moe engage in an actual affair, which finally forces all of the characters to deal with each other in the real world, and not just in… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 38%

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"Amateurish drivel, which is headed for Skinemax in a hurry."
‑ Bill Muller, Arizona Republic
"There's something so familiar and commonplace about this story and its characters -- and maybe that has something to do with how much the Internet is a part of our everyday lives -- it's hard to get particularly thrilled."
‑ Desson Thomson, Washington Post
"A [reasonably] compelling, refreshingly non-judgmental look at the newest phase of one-handed clapping."
‑ Andrew Wright, Portland Mercury
"A 90-minute hairy-palm horror show, one that will strike terror into the heart of anyone who shares a keyboard with a lonely, Web-crazed roommate."
‑ Gary Thompson, Philadelphia Daily News
"At its heart, On_Line is just an old-fashioned movie about people, relationships and making connections in an isolated world. And in this sense, the movie is very successful."
‑ Laine Ewen, Premiere Magazine
"The youthful cast is lively enough to make the enterprise almost work, presenting a time capsule of cyber- communication that should be more interesting 20 years from now."
‑ John Monaghan, Detroit Free Press
"It does a good job of portraying the day-to-day life of these online obsessives, but we realize eventually that they are more interesting because they are online."
‑ Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
"Although far-fetched at times, On Line gives us likable enough characters and several laugh out loud moments. Director Jed Weintrob has a distinct visual flair."
‑ Brian Mckay, eFilmCritic.com
"A pleasant, small comedy that will have you smiling."
‑ Brandon Judell, PopcornQ
"Actually admits that human beings think about sex. A lot."
‑ Jeffrey M. Anderson, San Francisco Examiner
"Weintrob's stylish visuals mimic Web technologies, which succeed in making his characters seem all the more removed from reality. Now if someone would find a way to equip theater seats with a 'delete' key, we could be rid of them completely."
‑ Janice Page, Boston Globe
"If you like scenes of characters sticking hands down their pants, this is the film for you."
‑ Robert K. Elder, Chicago Tribune
"With a fearlessness for being honest, the situations the characters find themselves in are embarrassing and laugh-out-loud funny."
‑ Ryan Cracknell, Movie Views
"Doomed by Weintrob's passion for the Web, his passionless characters are little more than manipulated 'bots' -- and audiences, absenting possible hipster appeal, may vote more zeroes than ones for this digital tale."
‑ Doris Toumarkine, Film Journal International
"...a savvy, shrewd commentary on the listless self-absorption of modern computer cocooners."
‑ Rob Blackwelder, SPLICEDWire
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