Seeing Other People (2004)
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Critic Reviews for Seeing Other People
There's a lost-and-found innocence in their characters which Ms. Nicholson and Mr. Mohr express beautifully.
... sharp, sometimes nasty and truly funny ...
Premise sounds implausible, but Nicholson's thorough rendering of Alice as a willowy, intelligent and more than a bit self-deluded naif puts it over.
A premise that is equal parts silly and cynical is stretched over 90 uncomfortable minutes, hitting just about every relationship cliché imaginable with incongruous spurts of graphic sex talk spiking the mostly ho-hum dialogue.
It lacks the wit and depth to make it anything more than a mediocre tale of Hollywood malcontents.
This whiny, unpleasant comedy of infidelity makes a good case for staying celibate with the phone unplugged.
Audience Reviews for Seeing Other People
I had been Jay Mohr's follower, once. In this, Carl (played by Andy Richter)'s sub-plotline was way much more interesting than the primary one however.
Ed and Alice are engaged. They love each other and feel comfortable in each other's presence. He has slept around before meeting Alice. She has a lot less experience. Alice suddenly gets restless because she imagines she's lacking experience in that area. She suggests to Ed that they have sex with other people before getting married. He doesn't want to, but she insists that if they are both completely honest, it could work. He very reluctantly agrees they should both see other people for a while. The film shows that guys are sensitive at heart and have morals. Most of the male characters are the moralistic, straight forward types, while the women are by far the most promiscuous as they speak of nothing but pleasure and what it would be like to have sex... with someone else. They have amicable traits though, even though they are covered by the image of sex driven kittens. The moral of the story is that sex without love means nothing; you can see the train wreck coming but this movie is not bad at all.
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