Jon always gets the girl his buddies salivate over, but even when he takes them back to his place for a throwdown in the sack, a night isn't complete without a round of Internet porn.Which is particularly shocking, considering how normal Jon appears to be in the outside world.But for a directorial debut, Don Jon is an admirable effort with the kind of risk-taking Hollywood needs more of.It might be amateur around the edges, but it'll be enough to get most audiences off.He can shoot a scene and make us laugh by the way he cuts it together. He has so many beats packed into the movie, we're not given the time to enjoy any of them.His pals are fun, but we have no idea why they're more than a xerox of the Entourage gang.
It is an grown and every transmitter of maturity, and healing employment in our services.Barbara Sugarman (Scarlett Johansson) changes everything for the slick, club hunter. And she wants him to treat her right, and he does, and slow build seems to reform him.She's a ten — hell, she's an 11 — and suddenly Jon thinks he's found a reason to give up pornography. As a good Italian boy, he shows Barbara off to his friends and parents, the latter of whom are now proud that he committed to the best woman in the entire world. until she catches him indulging in his digital fantasy world.Jon really loves pornography, a fantasy gateway that becomes more real to him than any human connection he can make.