Inspired by that enigmatic line in the Steve Miller Band's 1974 hit "The Joker," director Richard Schenkman's overwritten debut feature is yet another all-guy gabfest that's even more banal than its immediate predecessors ( BEAUTIFUL GIRLS, THE BROTHERS MCMULLEN).
You've seen this one before, probably more than once: Four buddies (Jon Cryer, Adrian Pasdar, Tim Guinee and Adam Oliensis), each representing a "male type," drink beer and moan about women. This time they decide the problem is with language itself: There's no way men can really communicate with
women, or even talk meaningfully about love among themselves. Unfortunately that doesn't stop them trying for t...