Nicole Holofcener's "Friends with Money" is THE zeitgeist film for the 00s. It achieves that status because it was never trying to achieve it. This is so sharply observed, rings true in every scene, so deftly acted and so perfectly plotted that it captures the very essence of America. "Friends with Money" is unfairly tossed aside (due to Jennifer Aniston's presence; but make no mistake, she is terrific here), undervalued (due to it's limited availability) and misunderstood (due to Holofcener's stream of conscious narrative approach). Deep, meaningful, insightful and true, "Friends with Money" is absolutely perfect.