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Seeing Other People (2004)

Cast: Jay Mohr, Julianne Nicholson, Josh Charles, more...
Director: Wallace Wolodarsky
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Studio: Showtime Entertainment
Genre: Comedies, Romantic Comedy
Running Time: 90 min.
Languages: English
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Directed by Wallace Wolodarsky, Seeing Other People features Jay Mohr and Julianne Nicholson as Ed and Alice, a soon-to-be married couple with one rather significant problem facing them: Alice doesn't think she's had enough sex to excuse settling down with one man for the rest of her life. Though reluctant, Ed agrees, at Alice's insistence, to have a premarital free-for-all of sorts; a period in which both Alice and Ed are allowed to explore sexual and emotional relationships with other people. Complications ensue when it turns out that fooling around with multiple partners as a method of strengthening the sanctity of marriage isn't as easy as it appeared. Seeing Other People also stars Lauren Graham, Bryan Cranston, Josh Charles, and Matthew Davis. ~ Tracie Cooper, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Sexual hi- and low-jinks by talltale August 20, 2004 - 7:43 AM PDT
4 out of 6 members found this review helpful
As one grows older, one has less patience for watching youngsters foul up their lives with troublesome sexual preoccupations. As someone who came of age along with "Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice" and countless other sexual revolution pix, I admit to having a sometimes less-than-tolerant threshold for this subject. That's why SEEING OTHER PEOPLE proved a nice surprise. While the young folk here are as naive as ever, the movie manages to ring some changes on its theme of sexual experimentation and its unintended results. All the performances are specific and believable, with stars Mohr and Nicholson the stand-outs (it's nice to see "Supergirl" Helen Slater again, too). The writing and direction are also good enough to lift this movie into the realm of the really solid independent--the kind of film that refuses to accept standard Hollywood romantic cliches and instead explores the underside of these. And, yes--it's plenty funny.

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(Average 5.31)
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