Martin starr lizzy caplan dating
Most of these characters are so self-absorbed and have so little else going on in their lives that most people wouldn’t consider spending 98 minutes in a room with them.Mohan’s lensing, while capable, is strictly by the numbers, revealing little concerning individual motivation.When Sarah suddenly finds herself caught up in an intense rebound romance with the adorable Jonathan (Webber), she is forced to examine her own fears of commitment and vulnerability.With honesty, heart, and humor, all five struggle with the trials, happiness, and pain of modern love.Twenty-something Sarah (Lizzy Caplan) is a bookstore clerk and aspiring artist who's about to have her sketches premiere in a small gallery.Her boyfriend Kevin (Geoffrey Arend, ), drummer for said indie band.PHOTOS: The Scene at Sundance 2012 Los Angeles bookstore manager and graphic artist Sarah (Lizzy Caplan) is nervous about moving in with her boyfriend Kevin (Geoffrey Arend), the guitarist in a two-man band with Andrew (Martin Starr), who is engaged to Sarah’s sister Beth (Alison Brie).Kevin takes their plans for cohabitation as a sign to move ahead faster, buying an engagement ring and considering an ideal time and place to present it.
Meanwhile, Beth’s wedding-planning anxiety is peaking, aggravated by Andrew’s apparent indifference and Sarah’s emotional unavailability.
In the end Sarah must decide – is it better to stay safely single or to risk it all on love?
The indie romantic dramedy Save the Date — new to DVD, Blu-ray and digital this week — starts in awfully familiar territory.
The film delivers lighter moments too, including some funny material about the curious proliferation of indie bands with the word "wolf" in their name.
The sex scenes are sexy indeed and feel casually authentic.
Both couples are on the verge of making major life commitments.