Four recently divorced actors and casting directors in their 30s and 40s hang out in the same house and try to recapture a sense of youthful camaraderie by boozing, snorting coke, trading jokes and scoring with as many strippers, actresses and runaway teenage girls as possible. This is just a facade to camouflage their desperate attempt to hide their deep-seated fears and inadequacies.
Ian Douglas: One of the worst movies I have seen, and quite frankly, I don't know why the critics rated it so highly. I nearly walked out several times. I don't know why it was made, who it is aimed at or what the point of the non-story is. The characters are all despicable and one cannot bring oneself to actually care about what happens to them.
Christine Burtenshaw: This was one of the most witty, entertaining movies of the year. If you like dialogue movies & black comedies, you should like this.