Recommended: BBC movie "F.A.Q. About Time Travel". Very funny, and has Anna Faris.
While I'm at it, Zach Braff's movie Garden state is very under-rated. Not only does it have Natalie Portman in it, but it's one of those rare movies which really combines a good story with good, maybe even seminal, humor. It's also full of really amazing observations, an outstanding script, also by Braff. Different and enjoyable, dunno why it was not bigger. Perhaps because it plays at a slower tempo than movies tend to do these days, but I think it was absolutely the right choice.
Oh, and it has a part with the guy playing Sheldon on Big Bang Theory.
Natalie Portman's character is great. She's that kind of person who often just makes stuff up out of thin air when she's talking to people, and they'll believe her because they have no reason not to. I've known a few people like that, and I find it interesting. They'll tell you wild stories about themselves or others, and you don't know if it's true. I tried it once as a kid, simply giving a different name to a new playmate I met, and it was weird, the fear and guilt was too much for me! Funny. Do you know anybody closely who'll do that, invent stuff wholesale? An adult I mean.
By the way, I think I figured out why I got all those double-posts. I had been using the Back button to get back to the Writing page instead of clicking the Edit button under the post. So I guess Blogger got confused, understandably.