Beware the emotional onslaught. Especially of the first.
Paddy Considine and Samantha Morton as the undocumented Irish immigrant parents of two girls, played by Sarah and Emma Bolger. The girls are fabulous. A neighbor, Djimon Hounsou, adds a nice bit of chemistry and perspective to the mix.
She's the One
Jennifer Aniston & Cameron Diaz in a twisted triangle-plus. Amanda Peet plays Aniston's sister.
The male actors are alright, but they're generally nothing special (John Mahoney plays his typical irascible but gruffly sensitive dad, and those playing his sons have moments, but are inconsistently believable), and there's dreadfully little chemistry between most of the nominal partners.
But the story was interesting, and there were definitely a few moments of twinge.
Up next -- Forces of Nature, with Sandra Bullock and Ben Affleck (ETA -- and Maura Tierney!)... I less-than-three Bullock (and Tierney), and Affleck can sometimes pull it together, so we'll see.