Bedrooms and Hallways Reviews
The acting by the supporting players are good. McKidd's roomate is a sterotypical gay man, Darren, played by Tom Hollander who wears flamboyant clothes but I crinched at his outrageous sexual trysts with Jeremy played by Hugo Weaving. The other roommate is a straight woman, Angie played by Julie Graham in a bitchy role. Purefoy's girlfriend is Sally played by Jennifer Ehle, who's the most appealing actor in this movie; she's so good that she deserves a better movie to showcase her talent. It's always fun to watch Harriet Walter with her precise diction in saying her lines.
The story wasn't very involving but you do want to see how it will all turn out. However, the ending is abrupt and leaves many issues hanging. But, you can't complain too much since this is meant as a comedy. I just wish it had a stronger message about human sexuality.