Isn’t it so nice to see troubled productions finally come into existence? Whether it’s hearing about Terry Gilliam getting another chance with one of his projects or gazing at promotional images from a Natalie Portman Western following a cast and crew shakeup, such second chances are like hearing that a friend cleaned up and found religion. Of course, that friend seems like a whole other person now, and that can be a bit problematic for your friendship if you can’t get past that. But if you’re willing to open your mind and heart to them, everything will be hunky dory in no time. With that in mind, I invite you to attempt to go into the upcoming movie Accidental Love without prejudice. Pretend you don’t know anything about it. It looks like a lot of fun. The ensemble cast — consisting of Jessica Biel, Jake Gyllenhaal, James Marsden, Paul Reubens, Catherine Keener, James Brolin, Tracy Morgan, Bill Hader, Kirstie Alley and Beverly D’Angelo — is outstanding and its director, David O. Russell, is one of the most important American filmmakers working right now. Not that Russell’s name is anywhere to be found in the marketing of the movie. He directed a movie titled Nailed, which fell apart in the middle of production six years ago. This is what that movie, which he disowned, has become.