Promos didn't give it justice. I thought to myself, here's another goofy comedy with stereotypical gay characters, and some annoying kid. Boy was I wrong. It thankfully has more lawyers than that, and stands in the indie flick category. Which I prefer. It helped making things more tangible. The drama is there too, but never to the point of being tacky. I loved that little trio, they had such an interesting dynamic. So did the actors, who did a terrific job. And the supporting roles were perfect for it. I was glad to see Kate Walsh make a cameo, and quickly understood why her character wasn't in more scenes. That wasn't the point. The point was to depict a couple in crisis, faced with a life changing event, in the most realistic and compelling manner. Mission accomplished. It was everything you'd expect of a good comedy, and movie in general. And despite the subject, it was never preachy and had heart. Nice pick.