You've got to hand it to Jack Nicholson. Little did we know that his hard earned reputation as a womanising carouser was, in fact, the workings of a dedicated method actor, determined to give an accurate portrayal of a life stretched by excess and sexual debauchery. Here he plays a record company honcho called Harry Sanborn, a man who boasts about the fact that he refuses to date women over thirty. His latest conquest, Marin (Amanda Peet) is the daughter of successful fifty-something playwright Erica Barry (Diane Keaton), a woman who has given up on the idea of finding love again. One trip to Erica's beach house later and a bit of sexual mischief leads to Harry suffering a heart attack. His doctor (Keanu Reeves, in surprisingly effective form) advises plenty of rest as the only remedy. Thus, Harry is forced to recuperate at Erica's while she is a reticent carer for the old philanderer. Opposites attract, however, and it isn't long before Jack - sorry, Harry - starts making moo eyes at Erica. If only a pesky, attractive doctor wasn't standing in his way...