Say what you will about screenwriter-turned-first-time-director Gregory Poirier: He's done something few lesser mortals will ever dare to do. Poirier has made a movie in which a surgeon first removes a character's cancerous testicle and then (after wacky complications ensue) winds up eating it over coffee. In the wake of such a stunning achievement, criticism seems irrelevant at best. The plot which Poirier claimed was based on the actions of real people, itself a frightening thought revolves around a group of callow, longtime friends who go up against each other in a matrimonial betting pool; the last unmarried man will collect the jackpot. All but two...