Misery Loves Company | 1995
A look at long-term relationships, marriage and divorce from the male perspective. This comedy focuses on four close friends in the various stages of their relationships, from the thrill of dating to the agony of divorce. Joe, Lewis and Perry serve as each other's crutches -- usually over pizza or Chinese take-out, often at the home of Joe's brother Mitch, a romantic optimist who has yet to tie the knot. Joe, in the legal throes of splitting with his wife, is an active volcano ready to explode into a tirade about the evils of love. Perry has been married and divorced so many times he's an expert on the subject, with Zen-like perspective on every situation. However, he's having trouble raising his teenage son, Connor. Lewis, the most sensitive of the group, believes his marriage is solid, but is in obvious denial.