The English didn't exactly do themselves proud with John Cosgrove's Caffeine
, a "comedy" about a crazy day at a London coffee shop. Although it attracted actors like Katherine Heigl
), Breckin Meyer
, Road Trip
), and Mena Suvari
, American Pie
) to be in it, Caffeine
is essentially a talky exercise in meaninglessness.
It follows several different people in the Black Cat Café - staff and different patrons - none of which are particularly amusing. Nor are the characters' stories related in any real way--unless you count their all being subject to the poor plot device of having them all under the same roof at the same time. And I'm fairly certain that my dog can do a better English accent than Mena Suvari.