Not exactly part of Adam & Eve's A-team roster of directors, Roy Karch delivered this merely okay rom-com which has its moments, largely due to the lovely femmes in the lesser-known cast, but is less than fully satisfying.
The story ain't bad, concerning livening up marriages after that fateful stretch so memorably etched in our cultural history, and Katie Morgan, pre-boob-job, is a pleasant enough heroine. The ins and outs of relationships fit the A & E formula, and Mika Tan enlivens the finale with her big breasts as The Other Woman with a lesbian twist.
Not bad, but like the lion's share of Karch's output, not special either.
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