Patrick Brice‘s The Overnight (The Orchard, 6.19), which I caught at last January’s Sundance Film Festival, isn’t exactly hah-hah “funny” but it’s definitely oddly amusing. A congenial suburban sex-kink comedy about an innocent 30something couple (Adam Scott, Taylor Schilling) being gently manipulated into sexual receptivity by a mellow predatory couple (Jason Schwartzman, Judith Godreche) looking for a little action, or more precisely to spice up their own love lives. It really does work for the most part, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention my most vivid recollections of this film, which are basically two scenes in which Schwartzman and Scott go full-frontal, and one of them is hung like a horse and the other like a cashew. Anyone who watches The Overnight and says these scenes didn’t make a big impression is a liar.