it all about? For Brit-cad Alfie, who charms the pants off every woman who crosses his path, it's about zipless sex. This modern update of the 1966 Michael Caine film can't match the original's shock factor — abortion isn't the taboo subject it once was and the women of Sex and the City
have helped make playing the field good, dirty fun — but Law's performance as archetypal bad-boy Alfie Elkins is immensely enjoyable. London transplant Alfie works as a chauffeur for a New York City limousine company, but he and his best pal, Marlon (Omar Epps), have loftier goals; their dream is to start their own high-end car service. In the meantime, metrosexu...