The only problem with Humpday
is that you sometimes get the impression that it's supposed to be blowing your mind. It won't -- or at least it shouldn't -- but expectations aside, it's a fairly clever, sometimes insightful dramedy, posing a lot of interesting questions about intimacy, adulthood, and the limits of bromance. Just don't expect it to answer them.
The story opens on thirtysomething Ben, who shares a comfortable, Gen-X-style yuppie home with his soon-to-be pregnant wife, Anna, full of healthy communication, lite beer, and groceries from Whole Foods. Then, late one night, Ben's crazy friend Andrew shows up, fresh off his latest adventure in...