A likeable, if somewhat whitebread, farce in the Woody Allen mode about love
in the big city. Aspiring Gen-Y writer Marty Sachs (Ron Livingston) hasn't, as
he euphemistically puts it, had a date in nearly a year. Suddenly, "meet cute"
lightning strikes not once, but twice. First Marty and wise-cracking Nina
Cohen (Cara Buono) bond at a party over among other things Bill
Murray dialogue from CADDYSHACK. Then, days later, Marty crashes into a cab
being exited by the blonde-on-blonde Nina Harris (Amanda Peet); romantic
sparks start to fly as soon as Marty gets out of traction. Unable to choose
between the two women, he juggles d...