Rated 2.0

The glamorous head of an art-licensing firm (Sharon Leal) jeopardizes her glamorous business and her marriage to her glamorous architect husband (Boris Kodjoe) when her obsessive affair with a glamorous artist (William Levy) degenerates into a full-blown sex addiction—all of which she describes in sessions with her glamorous shrink (Tasha Smith). Directed by Bille Woodruff and written by Christina Welsh and Ernie Barbarash (from a novel by Zane), the movie is a watchable, slightly camp-trashy mix of Lifetime Channel soap opera and 50 Shades of Grey-style erotica for bored housewives. Scenes of face-your-secrets therapy alternate with domestic and workplace crises, punctuated with titillating dips into something close to soft-core porn. Did I mention that everything is really glamorous?