Not a movie I can recommend. i normally like Denis Leary, but this movie was not funny. For the first half of the film, the ex-girlfriends treated Dawg the same way that he had treated them--like a sex object. They were no better than he was. In the second half the movie becomes more interesting, but as a drama, not a comedy. The redeeming factor in this film is the message, which is a good one--sex should be a meaningful expression of mutual love and trust. Those who treat it as just a physically pleasurable act are going to miss out in the end. It is a message a much better movie, Alfie, starring Michael Caine, made a long time ago and made it more eloquently.