Michael Showalter's directorial debut is an immodestly refreshing crash course in modesty. CPA Elliot Sherman (Showalter) is the self-described "Baxter"—one of those "old-fashioned" chaps, all tweed and punctilio, whose filmic fate is to get thrown over by the girl as she navigates a course for her one true love. The damsel in question is fashion mageditrix Caroline Swann (Elizabeth Banks), whose appearance in Elliot's office kicks off a whirlwind romance, albeit a whirlwind so chastely spun that the raciest glimpse is of the two of them reading... More >>>