Not content to be a simple romantic comedy about a struggling single mom, writer-director Stephen Kinsella's top-heavy feature debut has to be a romantic comedy about a seriously abused, struggling single-mom with a scary ex lurking around the corner. Add a subplot
involving an abused 12-year-old and a dedicated teacher who's accused of sexually molesting his students, and you've got a movie that that's no fun whatsoever. Ten years after discovering that her horrible husband Warren (P.J. Brown) had started another family in another part of town, Jersey
City's own Rita Ronaldi (Callie Thorne) is once again at a crossroads. She's quit her gig waitressing at Roy's Bu...