(out of 5)
Meg Tilly is happily situated in a relationship with Eric Stoltz, but then can’t help herself when his hunky best friend (Craig Sheffer) comes along and announces that he’s been in love with her for years. Don’t be fooled by the sexy premise or some of the film’s promotional art; it isn’t very giving on its love triangle angle, nor does it make up for it by being particularly enjoyable. The characters are unappealing and mean-spirited, the plot a total drag. Quentin Tarantino has the best moments in the whole thing, engaging in a hilarious conversation at a party about the homoerotic nature of Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer in Top Gun.
Directed by Rory Kelly
Cinematography by Andzej Sekula
Music by David Lawrence
Production Design by Randy Eriksen
Costume Design by Isis Mussenden
Film Editing by David Moritz