By Cain Rodriguez | The Playlist June 14, 2012 at 9:21AM
If you think that "The Five-Year Engagement" and this weekend's tedious "That's My Boy" is all the comedy summer has to offer in 2012, there's one more film that hopes to make you laugh before the season is over.
Focus Features has released a new red band trailer for the Sundance comedy “For A Good Time Call...” The film, co-written by Lauren Miller (who also stars) and Katie Anne Naylon, is about former college frenemies Lauren and Katie who move into a fabulous Gramercy Park apartment and, in order to make ends meet, start a phone sex line together. The trailer, despite showcasing what seems like the entire plot of the film, appears to be holding back a lot of the more raunchier humor that the premise would suggest.
The movie, which also co-stars Justin Long and the underrated Ari Graynor, looks like it’ll be another charming and fun addition to the comedic landscape. If you find yourself in a major city at end of the summer, be sure to check out “For A Good Time, Call...” which opens in select theaters starting on August 31st. [Yahoo/Autumn De Wilde]