A former sports star who's fallen on hard times starts coaching his son's soccer team as a way to get his life together. His attempts to become an adult are met with challenges from the attractive soccer moms who pursue him at every turn.
While visiting his hometown during Christmas, a man comes face-to-face with his old high school crush whom he was best friends with -- a woman whose rejection of him turned him into a ferocious womanizer.
Sandy, upon discovering her husband's infidelity while watching her son's birthday video, leaves the suburbs and moves into the city. She gets an apartment that's above a coffee house where she befriends one of the workers, Aram, a guy whose wife only married him so she could get a green card. Aram's family thinks he's wasting his life and education by working in the coffee house. Soon after moving into the apartment, Sandy hires Aram to be her nanny while she takes on work for the first time since her children were born. It isn't long when Aram and Sandy find they get along wonderfully and start to date. But the question is: is their relationship real or is it, in fact, just a rebound for both of them? Written by
'Joanna Gleason''s character Roberta refers to previously being employed at Ralph Lauren. A reference to her part in the TV show, Friends (1994) in which she played Rachel's boss at Ralph Lauren. See more »
When Aram is bowling with Frank Jr. and Sadie, the scores are shown briefly. The score for Aram in the fourth frame should be 66 but it shows 65. See more »
for a person who never have special feeling toward Catherine Zeta-Jones, this piece of work of her playing a middle aged mother is truly the best one from her career as far as I believe. Justin Bartha is also the main reason makes this story believable. one of the great example of how right casts can push a B level of the production, script and its director to even possibly work. there are some good moments but most of the time one just so much hope the director can go deeper and build on characters in a much more personal angles, sadly he did't. without these two main actors, the movie would be a 4-5 out of 10 piece of work.
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