One of the prime differences between men and women is that the ladies have a wholly unrealistic idea of what it means for a guy to act his age. The female notion of male maturity (developed as the winsome lass moves through the stages of supple youth toward a ripe and randy middle age) insists that an emotionally adult fellow will find his greatest sexual fulfillment within the arms and thighs of a gal from his same generation. Such is the view posited and championed by Something's Gotta Give (2003), a film that, despite the presence of eternally young Jack Nicholson, is directed, after all, by a woman. Some of the most wank worthy material in this flick occurs when the effortlessly hot Amanda Peet is running around in a white camisole and white panties. It's not quite as skin-ful as you may hope, but certainly better than nothing. Diane Keaton is of course eternally hot, but we also don't get enough of her sexy naked bod either. What we do get is some PG-13 level sexual content and brief nudity. Bottom line...don't turn on this movie expecting to see a lot of material that's going to get you off. You can, however, be moderately entertained by the presence of Jack Nicholson and Ms. Keaton getting into a love triangle. Both of these veteran actors were nominated for Golden Globes and Diane ending up winning Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture. Impressive...but we wish it said best perv-formance instead!