Somehow Courtney Cox managed to capture some of the everyday complications of life, parenthood, sexuality, marriage and adolescence and shaped them into a wonderful piece of beautifully twisted dysfunctional art.
Fine performances from everyone in the cast. Especially Sean William Scott as I am used to his 'stiffleresque' performances. He really shined in his performance which was quite refreshing and a good change of pace.
I wasn't sure what I was walking into when I sat down to watch this film but what I discovered was a rare gem of a film.
Great job Courtney Cox. A truly unexpected find this film was.