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Review: In 'Some Girl(s),' a smooth operator becomes the king of pain
On the eve of his wedding, the unnamed Man (Adam Brody) of "Some Girl(s)" embarks on a cross-country tour to apologize to his exes. But the fiction writer and former cad is still a cad, a narcissistic coward who can't just shut up and let each girl protect her dignity by pretending he's forgiven. Once he's prodded them to cry, rage or exact revenge, he blithely heads to the next town to bungle another big moment.
By Amy Nicholson
June 26, 2013