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Thanks for Sharing full movie is released on Sep 14, 2013. Watch Thanks for Sharing online - the English Comedy movie from United States , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $3,499,442. Thanks for Sharing is directed by Stuart Blumberg and created by Stuart Blumberg with Mark Ruffalo and Tim Robbins. Thanks for Sharing is available online on HBO Max and HBO Max Amazon Channel.

Adam (Mark Ruffalo) has just reached the 5-year mark in his sex addiction sobriety with help from his sponsor Mike (Tim Robbins). New-comer Neil (Josh Gad) seeks out Adam's help hoping that he'll be his mentor, but Neil doesn't have the same maturity and continues to harass women at work, on the street, and on the subway. Adam has also just met Phoebe (Gwyneth Paltrow), who might be perfect for him, but Adam hasn't been in a relationship since he recognized his addiction to sex, and Phoebe doesn't date addicts. As Adam navigates the romantic relationship waters, Mike struggles connecting to his former drug-addicted son who has just returned home, and Neil develops a relationship with another woman in his sex addicts group, but a platonic friendship might be exactly what he needs.

As know as:

謝謝分享,我的愛, Thanks for Sharing, (Μη) αναστρέψιμος πειρασμός, Tentazioni (ir)resistibili, Tentatii (i)rezistibile

Release Date:

Sep 20, 2013

Release Date (Streaming):

Jan 07, 2014

Countries:

United States

Language:

English

Stream Service:

Roadside Attractions

Production Companies:

Class 5 Films, Olympus Pictures

Gross worldwide:

$3,499,442

Taglines:

Life is a journey you never have to take alone.

Reviews

Larushka Ivan-Zadeh
metro.co.uk
This well-acted dramedy is a ploddingly earnest look at addiction and recovery.
by rottentomatoes, Sep 06, 2017
Liam Lacey
Globe and Mail
Thanks for Sharing might best be described as being like Steve McQueen's sex-addiction drama, Shame, if it were rewritten by Neil Simon at his most schmaltzy.
by rottentomatoes, Oct 18, 2013
Peter Howell
Toronto Star
It's frankly exhausting to keep up with these neurotic over-sharers, who are neither serious enough to care about nor humorous enough to laugh at.
by rottentomatoes, Oct 17, 2013

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