yawn. More of the same. As a matter of fact, the exact same, just dressed up differently. A chuckle here and there, but overall a waste of my time, when I could have just watched the superior first over again.
Fails utterly as a comedy. But, as a spiritual successor to Cassavetes' Husbands, it semi-succeeds.There's the alcohol. The male kinship. There's the specter of death. There's the claustrophobic closeness to a macho trio as they transgress social boundaries in a desperate grasp at freedom. All of this is completely undercut by the ending, of course.