A derivative and thoroughly predictable romantic gross-out comedy distinguished if that's the word by the fact that it's written from the woman's point of view. Not that its female-centric (though not exactly feminist) point of view makes it any less obnoxious. In fact, the film is so thoroughly rank imagine a female version of TOMCATS that first-time screenwriter Nancy Pimental, the potty-mouthed co-host of TV's Win Ben Stein's Money
, should have her mouth washed out with soap. The plot is mega-slight, even by the standards of such things. San Francisco yuppie roommates Courtney Rockliffe (Christina Applegate), Jane Brown (Selma Bl...