After the death of her fiance, Gray (Jennifer Garner) moves in with her late love's best friends. While Sam (Kevin Smith) and Dennis (Sam Jaeger) do their best to cheer Gray up, Fritz (Timothy Olyphant) doesn't seem to care. Once Gray breaks through Fritz's defenses, however, she finally sees why her fiance thought so highly of him. As they spend more time together, Gray learns that her chances for love have not died out with her fiance. But when some surprise guests show up on their doorstep, it'll take the love of all her new friends to help Gray learn that life may be messy, but love is messier.
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The storyline idea behind this film is fairly decent, after the unexpected death of her fiance a grieving young woman moves in with his two best friends. She soon discovers her seemingly perfect fiance had a whole secret life which he kept from her, which begins with her finding he had nearly a million dollars in the bank before he died with $3000 per month automatically being transferred to another woman's account in L.A. Despite the promising storyline this was quite honestly one of the dullest most uninspiring films I have seen. The films main characters are so flat and uninteresting that you have little interest in any of them. Jennifer Garner produces yet another dull, wooden and lifeless performance and the ordinary direction from Susannah Grant just adds to the overall uninspired feel of the film.