A woman is stalked and eventually kidnapped by her psychotic ex-husband. Her present husband, who wasn't even aware that his wife had been previously married, is initially caught in a ... See full summary »
Katherine Kelly Lang,
John Enos III
Copywriter Conrad Bloom is a "nice guy" in New York City whose life is filled with interesting women: His mother, his sister, an ex-girlfriend, his lady boss and a female co-worker. This ... See full summary »
This was a great movie. I saw it at the film fest and was one among many laughing harder than I had in years. There is so much truth and humor in this flick about men and women. The premise about men's essential natures is absolutely true, which made a lot of women in their twenties and freshly-minted dating couples acutely uncomfortable. If you have a brain and a sense of humor about the differences between (straight) men and women, you should definitely see this flick. Also, it was very well-made (dual story line only halted a bit in spots; engagingly-drawn main characters [esp. the yummy albeit too white-bread protagonist]; scene-specific effective [but limited for supporting roles] character development; plot zipped along without any dull spots; effective use of hand-held camera sequences). This movie should be seen by anyone who is trying to have an intelligent relationship, and everyone on the planet could profit from some of the key take-aways (like, oh quit taking yourself so seriously). Heartily recommend!
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