'Rabbit Hole' does for grief and loss what 'Shortbus' did for sex and the sense of identity we mold from our sexual orientations. We grieve in different ways, and others begin to see and define us by our expressions of that hurt. It changes us — our immersion in loss and/or how we handle our proximity to it and those that we love who are caught in its unshakeable grasp. Grade: A
Director/co-writer Brandon Camp doesn't seem to understand what's happening in his movie, but 'Love Happens' suffers from a very common ailment: a lack of focus and will. In the end, the 'Love' blooming here is nothing more than a conventional bore, which only further cements the impressions its leads have with mainstream audiences, especially Jennifer Aniston. Grade: D.