The quoted review described the movie as "sexy."
Since it appears to feature up and coming (that is, still look like fourteen year olds) actresses making faces at FX dragons while dressed as patrons of the Blue Oyster, I guess what the reviewer - and the movie's producer - is trying to communicate is, "Hey, nerds, u 2 can haz kewpie dolls."
I propose a thought experiment. Let's treat the word "sexy" is if it's automatically replaceable with its more profane cognate.
Anytime you read "sexy," what the user is trying to tell you is, "fucky."
So, if you see the word "sexy," maybe it's worth it to try reading it as "fucky."
Let's try it out:
1. That sure was one fucky romantic comedy. But was it as good as the smart, fucky thriller starring the fucky Ms. Jolie?
2. You look fucky in that dress.
3. She's not as fucky as she was before she had a kid.
4. I think Jessica is fuckier than Brittany.
5. Why don't you try to be more fucky? Maybe you could curl your bangs, or put on some lipstick? That would make you look more fucky.
6. I feel so fucky when you look at me like
7. He could be fucky, if only his nose was smaller.
8. That's a fucky pair of pumps. They make your legs look fucky.
9. When she's asleep and snoring I don't find her all that fucky.
10. This is a fucky little skirt for you to dress your six year old in...