Feeling the need to add my 2 cents after seeing the shockingly low rating this has gotten. A Jeff Goldblum, Christopher Guest, Julie Hagerty love triangle? What's not to love?! A madcap send-up of New Yorkian neurosis. Less "stagy" than Altman's other play adaptations. Also one of the few straight up comedies he ever made, and much much funnier in that regard than OC & Stiggs, Health, and even (arguably) A Wedding.
This movie is grossly underrated. All of the criticisms that were once-leveled at it seem utterly irrelevant now. It's probably the best movie from Altman's play adaptation 80s. I even prefer it to the staid, one-note joke of Secret Honor. At least this one-note joke has a doesn't take itself very seriously. Truly high-level farce and Altman's visual/aural language in full effect. Top 10 Altman.