Fresh from the annals of that place where quirky relationships sprout organically between a B-list and A-list celebrity and Jessica Biel is steadily employed comes the newest relationship ensemble comedy to teach us a thing or two about relationships. How to Be Single, from the production team of Drew Barrymore and Nancy Juvonen and director Christian Ditter, is here to do business. The film is based on a novel of the same name by former Sex and the City story editor Liz Tuccillo, centering on a 38-year-old woman living in — where else — New York City as she searches for that true love that she just can’t find. The novel concept of How to Be Single is that it isn’t relationships that should tell us about ourselves, but the time in between partners when we’re single and/or mingling. That means all the time spent setting up OK Cupid accounts, perusing the local bars for a casual fling and the entire mantra of “you do you, girlfriend” when you’ve decided to hell with it all is just as important as those two years you thought you found the one with that dude you met in college. Love!