SEEING OTHER PEOPLE (2004)
Not every movie can be a meticulous piece of fine art. Some of them are tossed-together, loose and with the air of improvisation. They may not be breaking any new ground but they're almost as fun to watch as they apparently were to make. Yet because these films are so human, so tethered to familiarity, they can be just as profound as anything else. That's the case with Seeing Other People. Jay Mohr and Julianne Nicholson spend a couple hours having fun doing scenes with people like Lauren Graham, Andy Richter, Bryan Cranston, Josh Charles, Alex Borstein and Willie Garson. At the same time, they managed to truly explore matters of fidelity, trust, love and how much, if any, propietorship one has over one's significant other. Also, at one point, Jay Mohr ends up with a huge bag of crack which he holds up and excitedly screams, "Look at all this crack!"