A successful young New Orleans ad exec living a no-frills, booty-on-call, single-by-choice lifestyle, Marley Corbett has a sunny irreverence and Teflon resistance to emotional attachment that leaves her happily impervious to just about everything, even when, one fine day, she's diagnosed with colon cancer. Marley begins by treating the diagnosis as good material for "pain in the ass" jokes—which is, unfortunately, about the best that screenwriter Gren Wells has done for star Kate Hudson, who's left to coast on her usual winsome nose-wrinkling charm until the progress of the illness gradually breaks down Marley and her defenses, allowing her to become truly intimate with her doctor, played by that well-formed manikin, Gael García Bernal. Essentially a... More >>>