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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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A couple who appears to have it all finds their staid life of domestic self-indulgence thrown hopelessly off-kilter with the appearance of a an estranged friend and former third wheel whose very presence uncovers a deep-seeded sense of rage that had long been buried and forgotten by the outwardly happy pair. Ben (John B. Goode) and Maya (Amanda Gruss) seemed to have it all; they're both young, attractive, successful, and living a life of shared luxury in downtown Manhattan. But Ben and Maya have been sleeping for far too long, and they're about to receive a rather ruse awakening. One Saturday night, after returning home from a particularly wild party, Ben and Maya find their stagnant status quo thrown for a loop with the appearance of their old friend James (Grant James Varjas). There was a time when Ben, Maya, and James were inseparable, but that was a lifetime ago and the circumstances were different back then. Now, as James makes himself comfortable by blaring the couple's stereo and recklessly unleashing his wild side, Ben and Maya feel their comforting sense of urbane complacency fast beginning to fade.