I would have really enjoyed a film that was all about Pfizer and drug reps - a bit like The Social Network made a movie about a jumped-up forum interesting. I don't know if I liked the love story element - signs point to no - but if not, it's because it deserved more time and script-writing effort devoted to it, instead of being shanghied into an entirely different story.
A.Hath could really have done with a bit more research into her role ... that is not what a pill-rolling tremor looks like, yo.
I plan to watch Never Let Me Go tonight, solely for Andrew Garfield, despite my deeply-rooted and essentially nonsensical dislike of Carey Mulligan. I think mainly I get annoyed at actors who look like they're not having fun with their lives. If you're a good actor, it's not something you have to work really hard at, and the pay-off is huge. At least smile sometimes, you know?