There's a reason, beyond basic Judd Apatow oversaturation, that hardly anyone went to see his mewl of middle-aged despair This Is 40. A movie about a marriage already in progress — as opposed to one about a marriage just waiting to happen, the province of the romantic comedy — is always a tough sell. Forget that marriage movies offer fewer opportunities for full-on movie-star glamour (not that we get enough of that these days, anyway). There's something soul-killing about watching Leslie Mann dress down Paul Rudd while he's perched on the john. Real marriage involves enough toilet-bowl diplomacy as it is. Why go the... More >>>