Philip Seymour Hoffman character, after being left by his wife, turns the house upside down.
Same editing style, which mixes the last frames of a sequence with the first ones of the following.
Danielle recites Edgar's closing speech. The movie itself has many similarities to King Lear.
Andy mentions the movie 'Blame It on Rio' in discussing why sexual relations with his wife was so much hotter while they were on vacation in Brazil
Listed as a movie starring Philip Seymour Hoffman
"I've not seen a sex scene open a movie this awkwardly since Philip Seymour Hoffman bummed Marisa Tomei."
Clips shown for the review.
a clip is shown during David Poland's segment