Sometimes funny, sometimes painful, but most often solipsistic (like most mid-'90s Gen-X indie flicks).Eric Stoltz and Meg Tilly get married. Stoltz's best friend Craig Sheffer is in love with Tilly. That's the movie.
The script, written by director Rory Kelly and five other guys (each writing a different section of the film), feels thin and anecdotal; the actors, solid though they are, can't convince us that these indecisive twentysomethings are worth watching. As everyone else has said, the best bit is Quentin Tarantino's cameo as Sid, who deconstructs Top Gun's homoerotic subtext — too late in the film to make much difference. Parker Posey and Adrienne Shelly are also in it, if that matters to you.Very much a slow-Sunday rental.