'Chick flick' triple bill. 'Sunshine Cleaning' (2008) is a slice-of-life comedy drama focusing on the efforts of two sisters to finally make a future for themselves. Things once looked bright for Rose Lorkowski (Amy Adams). At high school she led the cheerleading team and even dated the star quarterback. Now she's a 30-something single mother, working every scrap of overtime she can in order to send her son to a better school. In the hope of raising more money, Rose persuades her stay-at-home sister Norah (Emily Blunt) to join forces with her on a new crime scene cleaning venture. As they start to get to grips with the aftermath of murders, suicides, and other messy situations, the sisters soon find their business growing, along with a generous helping of mutual respect and understanding. The docu-comedy 'Paper Heart' (2009) is co-written and directed by Nicholas Jasenovac and stars Michael Cera and Chalyne Yi. Combining actual documentary footage with a fictional plot, the film is co-written by Yi who stars, as herself, as a young comedian on a mission to define what love is and how to find it. She decides the best way to achieve her goal is to make a documentary asking people all over America about their definition and experiences of love. She takes along her friend, Nicholas Jasenovac, who is the film's actual director but played by actor Jake M Johnson, to do the shooting. While on her journey she begins to date actor Cera, who plays himself, and, as part of her film, documents their burgeoning relationship. This plan, however, may just put her own personal quest for love in jeopardy. 'Table for Three' (2009) is a romantic comedy starring Brandon Routh as Scott, a man who finds himself single and alone after his flatmate moves out and his girlfriend ends their relationship. Determined to make a fresh start he invites Ryan (Jesse Bradford) and Mary (Sophia Bush), who seem to be the perfect couple, to move in with him. Things, however, do not turn out quite how he imagined, and when he meets the beautiful Leslie (Jennifer Morrison) he finds that his new flatmates seem less than eager for romance to blossom.