There's a reason you probably haven't heard of the second feature by In The Soup's Alexandre Rockwell: Like his contribution to Four Rooms, the worst of a bad bunch, Somebody To Love is an unsatisfying movie that's rendered only skillfully enough to stop short of outright disastrousness. Despite an indie-film dream cast (Rosie Perez, Harvey Keitel, Steve Buscemi as a drag queen, and Gerardo) and a script co-written by terrific Russian director Sergei Bodrov, Somebody To Love has the feel of a movie assembled by first-timers with too much money and not enough ideas. Perez plays an actress trying to make it in Hollywood, and here's an original observation: She keeps losing parts to leggy blondes! Keitel plays her washed-out actor boyfriend who, stuck in a loveless marriage, can't commit. The first half of Somebody To Love has all the elements of a screwball comedy, but by the time we get to Keitel prancing about madly in a pair of leopard-print bikini underpants, the melodramatic second half almost feels like a relief rather than the jarring change of pace that it is. A cameo appearance by 148-year-old director Sam Fuller provides the only bright spot in this waste of time and talent.