First-time writer-director Hunter Richards' drama looks at the emotional agonies of rich, pretty, aimless young people whose privileged backgrounds have left them singularly unprepared to deal with adversity. The film delivers lots of high-pitched hysteria but never manages to make its spoiled protagonists interesting. Drug-sozzled slacker Syd (Chris Evans), who still has a wicked jones for his ex-girlfriend, London (Jessica Biel), hears through the grapevine that their mutual friend Becca (Isla Fisher) is throwing London a going-away party in her parents' spacious downtown Manhattan loft. For her. Syd crashes the party intending to talk to London before she moves to...