Smart women are not exempt from making foolish choices, but if these clever members of the distaff gender are bright enough to shrug out of their clothes and engage in vigorous bouts of erotic activity at regular intervals, everything will turn out right in the end. Such is the unapologetic wisdom of Easy (2003), a cinematized diary of one very intelligent young lady’s romantic entanglements. Employed as a professional trendsetter charged with naming concepts on their way to market, this brainy and comely lass laments that despite her manifest attributes, in the sack she is nothing but a jerk magnet. The hard part of Easy comes when the pulchritudinous A-plus protagonist becomes involved with two decent men at once. This problem triangle presents a riddle she never thought she’d be called upon to solve.