Movie Review
Addicted is based on the best-selling novel by Zane. It is a
story about a woman's secret addiction to sex.  

Zoe seemed to have it all: perfect husband (Jason), kids,
money,  perfect job marketing artists, everything that
would make the average person happy; there still seemed
to be something missing from her life. Zoe who already had
a very active sex life with her husband wanted even more
excitement in her life. Sex seemed to be that outlet for her
to fill-in all the areas that she needed most and her
husband seemed unbeknown to her secrets sexual
addiction and desires.

But what does a woman who has it all do to add spice in
her life? Add more sex to make things more interesting of
course! Sex became her secret antidote to cure the
broken spots she left hidden from others. She ended up
having an affair with an artist named Quinton and then
another man (Corey). Things seemed to become more
exciting due to her extramarital affairs. For Zoe, there was
that excitement and passion from sex without true guilt or
emotions. But juggling sex with her husband and her lovers
became too much to handle, and she finally realized that
her addiction was a disaster waiting to happen.

Emotions, jealousy, and betrayal unraveled and the truth
of her addiction was brought to light.

The story line was interesting and the movie has
steamy love scenes with a touch of suspense at the end.
Zoe's sex addiction was the main issue which took center
stage at the end of the movie as she was forced to deal
with her sex addiction.  
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Reviewed by Natasha Brooks, Editor-in-Chief
Bare Back Magazine
Director: Bille

Christina Welsh
Ernie Barbarash

Stars: Sharon
Leal, Boris
Kodjoe, John
Newberg, Tyson
More Movie Details:

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)
Rated R for strong sexual content, nudity,
language and brief drug use

Country: USA
Language: English
Release Date: 10 October 2014 (USA) also
Known As: Müptela

Filming Locations: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Box Office

Opening Weekend: $7,485,346 (USA) (10
October 2014)
Gross: $17,336,438 (USA) (21 November

Production Co: Codeblack Entertainment,
Codeblack Films, Lionsgate
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