An amusing offbeat comedy, although tonally uncertain. Does it want to be a crisp Brit rom-com complete with stuttering leading man and several quirky situations or a serious study of human relationships and male immaturity? It winds up becoming more of the former than the latter, while saddling us with an ending that doesn't sit right with it's overall approach. To this end, the film becomes all about the journey with no destination, prompting one to ask what the point is, aside from a chance to stage some comic situations. In fact, the first ten minutes of plot could have been a good way to stage the entire film, with our main character trying to maintain two relationships at once and finally screwing it up by the halfway mark, the third act being the aftermath that is the main body of the finished film. Hit and miss, but entertaining, just not the quirky indie it wants to be.