Ethan (Ross McCall), an all around nice guy, gets dumped because he wasn't able to provide his fiance with the plush, stable life her friends were living. Desperate to get her back, he seeks help from his older brother Kyle (Paul J. Alessi), a tough talking sexist who seems to have a way with the ladies.
Kyle gives Ethan a crash course on women and dating much to the disgust of some of Ethan's female friends. Just when it seems Kyle's misogynistic theories are about to prove themselves to be true, things take an unexpected turn and force Ethan, Kyle and their friends to reassess their views on relationships.
Surprisingly for an independent film I must that I really enjoyed the whole cast and acting in this film. There are some really talented actors. I am looking forward to seeing more from these actors. Although the story has been done a number of times in the past they brought something special and I enjoyed the film a lot.