It's My Dinner With Andre and a Couple of His Friends. Bob Odenkirk's slacker version of the classic "talking around the table" drama is suprisingly stolen not by the titular Melvin but by his confused pal Joey (Matt Price), whose tale of a near-miss infidelity trumps anything else in the movie. The rest of the time it's a not-quite-believable riff on sex and other tawdry matters clearly torn from the theater -- with some memorable cutaways to the likes of an "insane" Jack Black seeking mental help.
Radha Mitchell is good but just shy of totally believable in Marc Forster's (Monster's Ball) Everything Put Together, wherein Mitchell plays a new mother who loses her infant to SIDS after a single day out of the womb. The emotional range on display in this film is impressive as Mitchell's friends abandon her and she has trouble admitting what happened to others -- and its ending is very compelling. Still, the film has to be carried on Mitchell's ability to portray an immediate and deep psychosis, which (thankfully) she pulls off more often than not.