This romantic drama gets off to a promising start. Unhappily married Kathryn (Selma Blair) has attracted the attention of Jenny (Stana Katic) during a game of softball. The warning bells should have rung there for Kathryn’s husband, Bradley, but he’s played by Greg Kinnear, so he’s blissfully ignorant, and fails to notice when Jenny seduces his wife under his very nose. Not so inattentive is his professor friend Harry, who is played by Morgan Freeman, so he’s deeply wise and observant. Throughout the film, Harry regales the audience with platitudes about love as he watches coffee shop owner Bradley and his young employees form new relationships. It’s a pity the film strays from Kinnear and Blair – free-spirited waitress Chloe (Alexa Davalos) and ex-druggie Oscar (Toby Hemingway) make an unconvincing couple, not helped by his performance and a clichéd script. But Kinnear offers likeability and laughs, and Radha Mitchell brings some depth to a morally ambiguous estate agent. It’s a pretty, occasionally witty love-fest, with a surprising amount of flesh on display. But its increasingly mawkish tone means it’s for softies only.