|Fine Line Features | Release Date: June 8, 2001||CRITIC SCORE DISTRIBUTION|
The overlapping dialogue and the comedy of famous people playing self-variations is pure Altman (Leigh, not surprisingly, has worked in three Altman films).
If nothing else, the movie proves even the rich and famous make boring home videos.
If one of its points is to show that underused thirtyish actresses still are attractive, it succeeds with Leigh and Cates -- and Jennifer Beals, who also provides a flashback feeling playing Cummings' ex-squeeze.
Like so many parties, this one goes on too long.
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