"Sex Tape" is one of those movies that looks great on paper.  Cameron Diaz, an actress who has skillfully honed her comedic talents over the years, and Jason Segel, a funny actor and talented screenwriter, team up in a romantic comedy/farce about a couple who lose a sex tape they made for personal use and have to get it back before it embarrasses them publicly.  Both actors are teaming up with director Jake Kasdan who they collaborated with on the hit summer comedy "Bad Teacher."  If the script is funny this should be a slam dunk right?  Wrong.

Not only did critics turn their noses up at "Sex Tape," but so did audiences. It earned only a C+ Cinemascore rating (for comparison's sake the same as "Tammy") and debuted to a disappointing $5.7 million on Friday.  Some people might say moviegoers weren't interested in seeing a movie about Diaz and Segel specifically making a sex tape.  If it was say, Jennifer Lawrence and Zac Efron for example, you might have a massive hit no matter what the reviews.  Others might say the concept is slightly dated and would have been hotter  five or six years ago.  And, few would argue if the script and direction had been better they could have pulled it off.  But, clearly, trying to find some positives were hard with this one.

Keeping all that in mind, check out our best and worst of "Sex Tape" in the embedded gallery at the bottom of this post.  It may help you decide whether to watch it on a plane or VOD sometime this fall.

Do you agree or disagree? Were we off base in what worked or didn't? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.