Where do they find directors like Mark Steven Johnson, whose latest effort, a vapid chick flick called When In Rome, opens in late January? One look at the trailer tells you everything. Look at his hack moves, hack TV-series lighting aesthetic, hack preferences for extra-broad comedic reactions, etc. Why are young chick flicks always so vapid and inexpertly made? Is it because producers fear that young women wouldn’t see them if they were of a higher calibre?