Parents' Guide to

The Next 365 Days

By Barbara Shulgasser-Parker, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 18+

Threequel about unlikable couple has graphic sex, language.

Movie NR 2022 112 minutes
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age 18+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 18+

How is there a Second Movie

Okay Like how on earth can this series of movie have a second movie. Seriously picture this, your walking past your local movie theatre and you see a bunch of middle aged creeps standing in a huge Queue with their hands down their pants. the person who directed this was a registered sex offender or he was payed big bucks to make this.
age 18+

Nacho sucks

Nacho. He ruined it. This movie should not have been made. Everything was fine till Nacho came into her life and fucked everything up. I hate him. He should never have been alive. Laura deserved to be happy with Massimo and then Nacho ruined it.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
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As with the series' earlier movies, in The Next 365 Days no one associated with the production has made any discernible effort to render either Massimo or Laura any nicer, more likable, or palatable. At least we no longer have to contend with the secret evil twin who bit the dust in installment No. 2. It feels as if the steadfast directors and writers on this dopey franchise have completely dispensed with such pesky production problems as plot and character depth for this latest sequel. And if the sex scenes were recycled from the last 365er, no one would know. For those hoping to enjoy the simulated sex, surely more satisfying watching experiences are available.

Likewise, if you're looking for knockout acting or revealing character studies, this will more than disappoint. The insipid story is matched by a numbing rock with equally insipid lyrics: "Save me from the shadows, they want to eat my soul." It's all part of an uncomplicated formula: great-looking people in varying stages of undress set against beautiful scenery, wrapped in the trappings of conspicuous consumption and wealth. Luxury suites, expensive cars, clothes, vast spreads of gourmet foods, and alcohol-soaked lead characters with a penchant for masochism signal the dual theme of this combo genre: problems of the rich and criminal and wretched excess.

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