From ''R.I.P.D.'' to ''Paranoia'' to Vince Vaughn (twice), art that didn't help us see the attraction
How do you sell a complicated contemporary romantic comedy, which explores the complex ways that the Internet has affected human sexuality? Here's how you don't do that: Slap your stars onto three grinning rectangles and make it look like you're selling a long-lost '90s romantic comedy. Like, this could be a remake of Three to Tango for all we know. The only thing smirking more than Gordon-Levitt is that tagline. Get it? Get it? Huh huh, ''ending.''