Gen-Y auteur Eric Bross, who debuted with the generally dismal TEN BENNY, redeems himself handily with this perceptive, funny study of twentysomethings trying to find themselves while living la vie boheme
. This time, the kids are the staff of PJ
McClure's, a yuppie joint just over the river from Manhattan in Hoboken, NJ. There's sensitive bartender and aspiring playwright Chris (Adrien Brody), whose girlfriend dumped him after sleeping with Kenny (Simon Baker), a deeply shallow waiter/actor who rubs the betrayal in Chris' face by landing
the lead in one of his plays. Other McClure's toilers include beautiful singing waitress Jeannine (Elise Neal) -- why Chri...