It may be no worse than Paul Rudd's latest vehicle, "How Do You Know," but it's yet another leading role that fails to live up to the actor's talent.
Paul Rudd's Ned Rochlin, recently released from jail and broke, wanders through his three sisters' homes, inadvertently revealing that each has as much to answer for as their brother who sold dope to a policeman in uniform. Each episode yields laughs, but the many parallel screw-ups don't build to the kind of crescendo the film needs; it may be no worse than Rudd's latest vehicle, How Do You Know, but it's yet another leading role that fails to live up to Rudd's talent, and it's hard to imagine it approaching the commercial success of his more high-concept studio comedies.
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