Marlon Olivierre) and directed by Ty Hodges, who also has a starring role in the movie, I'm afraid that Mr. Hodges, shown at right, must shoulder the lion's share. The plot, such as it is, concerns two male and two female best friends, one female of which is about to break up with one male. She goes to his apartment to give him back the key, and there we stay for 96 minutes of whining and worrying, name- calling, and a little sex.
Anita Briem (above, right) -- as the whiny, obnoxious young woman who's breaking up with her guy. The screenplay gives her little of intelligence to speak, and so our interest goes to her guy, played with his shirt (and sometimes more) off almost throughout the film by the hunky Matt Dallas (above, left and below), who, along with Ms Briem, provides eye candy aplenty.
Melonie Diaz and Mr. Hodges -- at least have more interesting stuff to chat about, but the whiff of misogyny hangs over the movie rather heavily. Ms Diaz begins the film by literally hitting Mr Hodges with her car. Does she apologize, or even seem to feel sorry about this? Nope. Together with Briem's rather constant attitude of bitchiness, the women do not come off well, particularly when set against the two just-regular guys who act like they only want to connect with a nice girl and make her happy. Sure.
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