Film Don Jon: Romantische Komödie um einen Pornosüchtigen, der seine Traumfrau trifft. Von und mit Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Seine Freunde nennen ihn ehrfurchtsvoll Don Jon, in Anlehnung an Don Juan, den größten Frauenheld der Literatur. Doch selbst die heißesten Affären können. Jon liebt seinen Körper, reißt gern Frauen auf und ist süchtig nach Internetpornos. Als ihm Barbara begegnet, wird dies auf eine Probe gestellt.
Don Jon - Was Frauen wollen und Männer brauchenDon Juan (spanisch) oder Don Giovanni (italienisch) ist in der europäischen Dichtung der Archetypus des Frauenhelden. Der Stoff, der in der Literatur der. Jon Martello hängt zwar an seinem Auto, seinen Freunden und seinen ständig wechselnden weiblichen Eroberungen, die ihm den Namen Don Jon eingebracht haben. Doch am meisten Befriedigung bringen ihm Online-Pornos. Als er auf die heiße Barbara und. Seine Freunde nennen ihn ehrfurchtsvoll Don Jon, in Anlehnung an Don Juan, den größten Frauenheld der Literatur. Doch selbst die heißesten Affären können.
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Random Treasure Generator Coins, gems, jewelry, and magic items. On a night out with his two best friends, Bobby and Danny, Jon sees Barbara Sugarman, a young woman from a more affluent background.
Although she finds him interesting, she declines his offer for a one-night stand. He finds her on Facebook and invites her to lunch.
There is mutual attraction, but Barbara insists on a long-term courtship, which proceeds for over a month without sex.
She encourages Jon to take night classes to get an office job outside the service industry, and Jon indulges her love for romance movies, which he usually dismisses as unrealistic fantasy.
They meet each other's families and Jon's parents love her. The two have sex, but Jon is still dissatisfied.
He loves Barbara and considers her body perfect, but still finds pornography more satisfying. While she sleeps, Jon watches pornography.
Barbara catches him and is shocked. She prepares to leave Jon, but he denies that he watches pornography and claims it was a joke emailed to him by a friend.
Their relationship resumes, with Jon watching porn primarily outside his apartment, concealing his habit from Barbara. He is caught watching a video on his cell phone before a college class by Esther, a middle-aged woman Jon earlier encountered weeping by herself.
Jon politely brushes her off. Barbara continues asserting control, insisting that cleaning his own apartment, a task Jon finds satisfying, is not something she is comfortable with him doing.
Barbara checks the browser history on Jon's computer, confronts him with proof that he has continued viewing pornography, then ends their relationship.
Jon tries to return to his old lifestyle, but ends up in a downward spiral. Esther continues reaching out, offering Jon the benefit of her experience.
She reveals that her husband and son died in a car accident. She lends him an erotic video that she believes has a more realistic depiction of sexual relations.
He responds by initiating a sexual encounter in her parked car. She persuades Jon to try masturbating without pornography, but he is unable to.
She thinks he is more satisfied with watching than having sex because pornography is a one-sided affair. If Jon wants to lose himself, it must be to another person, a mutual experience.
With her, Jon forms an emotional sexual connection. Jon tells his family about the break-up with Barbara.
While his parents are displeased, his sister Monica isn't because Barbara was just dating Jon because she knew she could manipulate him. Jon meets with Barbara and apologizes for lying to her about the pornography.
Barbara says she asked one thing of him and he failed. Jon replies that she asked many things of him and he could not meet her expectations.
She tells him to never contact her again. Jon begins dating Esther. Jason Bailey. Thankfully, the women of the film are what save the movie, bringing something fresh to the table-for Jon, a chance at lasting love, and for us, some seasoned comic chops.
Morgan Wilcock. The entire movie seems to recalibrate and rebalance itself around [Moore], shifting convincingly into something more than a surface-heavy evocation of sterile on-screen onanism.
Mark Kermode. A stylish, crude look at romance with loads of laughs. It shows off Joseph Gordon-Levitt's promise as a filmmaker, but more importantly it reinvents the rom com in a fun - although vulgar - way.
Richard Crouse. Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut is blessed with a tremendous female ensemble Brie Larson, Julianne Moore and Scarlett Johansson that lifts it higher than its thin rom-com premise.
Tom Meek. It's a tremendously entertaining and thought-provoking film. Richard Propes. Joseph Gordon-Levitt shows promising ability as a filmmaker.
He demonstrates strong control and interest in topics not often explored in the mainstream. Allen Almachar. Joseph Gordon-Levitt is no flash in the pan as a writer or director.
There is a confidence to the performance, and more importantly, to the production as a whole. Debbie Lynn Elias. Nothing more than a conventional Hollywood romantic-comedy hidden under a torrent of used Kleenex.
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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Joseph Gordon-Levitt Jon Scarlett Johansson Barbara Julianne Moore Esther Tony Danza Jon Sr.
Glenne Headly Angela Brie Larson Monica Rob Brown Bobby Jeremy Luke Danny Paul Ben-Victor Priest Italia Ricci Gina Lindsey Broad Lauren Amanda Perez Lisa Sarah Dumont Sequins Sloane Avery Patricia Loanne Bishop Edit Storyline Jon Martello objectifies everything in his life: his apartment, his car, his family, his church, and, of course, women.
Taglines: There's more to life than a happy ending. Edit Did You Know? Trivia PornHub, a real-life pornography video website Jon goes on, supplied videos for production.