Olivia Wilde, Ron Livingston, Anna Kendrick, and Jake Johnson play the emotionally confused romantic square in this mumblecore drinking and date swapping indie dramedy.
Now, is it just me or is anyone else getting tired of the Lena Dunham Age where every indie film is the next installment in the 'twenty-somethings with no real problems so they create relationship drama' genre? And it's a fine line between a mumblecore film that for artistic reasons doesn't have a firm script, and just pure laziness or lack of talent to make a firm script that works. At least the cast is good, but nobody really shines here, and Livingston is way too old for this role. But don't get me wrong, it's an OK movie. It's just not exceptional or memorable in any way. Though at least you can see it either in theaters or at home on Video on Demand.