This movie is about stalkers and pathetic cliche male fantasies (and of course was written by a man) that come true because the women in the story have no strength, standards, or self esteem. SPOILER ALERT: Beautiful, smart, successful young woman starts sleeping with married rich man. Married man’s rich, nerdy, unattractive, single son begins creepily stalking her under the guise of being concerned from his mentally weak and fragile insecure mother. Instead of being repulsed by this stalking behavior, or getting a restraining order, or talking to the son or his father about the behavior, she decides she is going to start sleeping with her stalker. Now, she continues to have sex with both father and son. Enter cliche explanation: Oh, she has daddy issues! Shocker. This cliche male fantasy continues, as the beautiful woman is now so into both man and son that she gets very emotional and attached to both of them, memorizing several random details about son’s academic life, and continuing to invite him to her house for sex (all the while discussing the potential for marrying the father). Of course, nerdy son has a lady his own age who cheated on her boyfriend with him once, and now she has dumped her boyfriend so she could be with him as she goes away for her own academic pursuits. She gets left by the wayside as he sleeps with the beautiful older woman. Plot twist: son’s biological dad is stalking him, and they become friends and talk about the scandals, and it becomes some great best-seller, which the whole family is clearly enthralled with…but it doesn’t stop there! It turns out that Mom is stalking biological dad, and is obsessed with his books to the extend that random people in the story notice her ritual of reading them in the park where they once walked. End scene. Cue gentle music at the end to make you think it was a good movie. Nope. Not at all. I really like Kate Beckinsale, but this movie is an absolute low for her. I don’t know why she accepted the role. It makes the women look pathetic, mentally and emotionally unstable (often referring to the mother’s mental breakdowns, and then showing the other two women’s labile emotions and behaviors), and unable to decide on which guy they want to be with and unable to stick to any such decision. Don’t waste your time. It was quite awful, unoriginal, boring, and eye-rolling.