Sorry if you paid for this movie.
Kristen Wiig is a hilarious actress and I had highhopes for this movie. With costars Matt Dillon and Anette Benning, there was such much potential to pull off a great movie. Unfortunately, the screenplay or director failed to deliver. Kristen breaks up with a boyfriend that only gets 2 minutes of screen time. She fakes a suicide to win the bf back (yes, really.) She ends up immediately turned on by a new guy. Both these male roles are 15 years younger than Kristen, about 24ish. Age doesn't matter much, but they look significantly younger, and since the whole movie is based on her quest for hormonal balance, it's a little strange that a faux "suicidal" 40-something, keeps crushing on college-looking actors. Just saying, if it were a man playing this role, people would be screaming "creep factor." ****The storyline is dreadful and fails to bring any punch to the screen. This script should've been reconfigured as soon as they cast these great actors. The recipe of Wiig, Dillon, and Benning was all they needed. Christopher Fitzgerald was fantastic portraying the awkward brother, he and Wiig's on-screen chemistry was great. Unfortunately, the entire movie is focused on Wiig simping on these frat-like guys. I really think this movie could've been great if it were rewritten for Wiig, Fitzgerald, Dillon, and Benning.
I streamed this for free. If you paid for it, it's worth regretting.