- Director: Don Scardino
- Writer: Douglas Carter Beane
- Producer: Blair Breard; Guy East
A pleasant enough little movie - somewhat reminiscent of Sex and the City - not too surprising considering who stars in it.
It's the usual have-the-cake-and-eat-it bisexual thing - with a little twist.
The script is witty enough to keep the glum from banging on the door and the performances are, unsurprisingly, adequate.
Flimsy and slightly entertaining.
When it comes to romance, Missy's attitude has always been whatever. After all, her artistic career is flourishing...her spacious New York City loft is fabulous...and her relationship with a married man is totally uncomplicated-what more could a modern girl want? But then Missy meets Brat, who's sweet, genuine and shares her fondness for 70's sitcoms. Unfortunately, he's also dating her pal Spaz. When Missy and Brat unexpectedly fall for each other, will she lose her identity...and her best friend? No matter how far you run, true love always finds you.