I never heard of it, and the tittle alone seems unapealing. But Jesse Bradford and Elisha Cuthbert are two of my favorite young actors so I put it at the top of my list. When it arrived at my house nobody in my family seemed interested, so the first chance I got I watched it alone. The movie started a little slow, but the beutiful Cinematography kept me interested. Elisha Cuthbert is Jordan Roark (whose last name becomes a running joke) the ditzy, crazy and perpetually drunk lass whom Charlie Bellow (Jesse Bradford) falls for in one random night where he saves her from potentially injuring/killing herself at the subway. So begins the abusive person versus the Mr straight- laced all round nice guy in comic routine after comic routine, which for the most parts, weren't exactly funny to begin with. And their outings all stem from her dictating where and what time to meet, in which he dutifully obeys, not knowing what's in it for him. The movie seems light and silly the does a complete 180 and turns out pretty deep and moving. I realy enjoyed this movie. Just don't do what I did. I watched it alone.