Radnor's film is quite talky, befitting its milieu of self-absorbed academia, but there's enough natural wit to keep this tale of desires and disappointments afloat. Everybody has lessons to impart and to learn — and some sting. (Jesse has a painful evening with another treasured prof, played by the delightful acerbic Allison Janney.) College may be a heady time, a protective cocoon of highs and lows, but one of the lessons you're meant to learn there is how to move on. Nothing too deep in this film's plot or themes, but it's a pleasant enough class.