A philandering husband finds pleasure with other women, yet doesn't realize the beauty and love he has at home.
A depressed-looking Tobey Maguire (does he have any other expressions) accompanied by only two of this three paramours (note: only the white ones) just isn't spicy enough. It's also not very clever or funny.
Why is it that everything I see Tobey Maguire in looks unbelievably stiff and boring. He can be a good actor (Just look at The Ice Storm), but for some reason, he's trading on his doughy-eyed gaze to sell tickets and for me that doesn't work. The film's premise seems outdated and unexciting even if there's promise of an interesting framing device.
-Wesley Lovell (October 28, 2012) Original