I saw both of these movies this weekend.
Please Give is about a couple (Catherine Keener and Oliver Platt) who sell furniture they buy when an old person dies. They also own the apartment of their next door neighbor, another old person. Catherine Keener feels guilty that she's always waiting for people to die and tries to make up for it by giving money to homeless people and one time playing basketball with some kids with Down's Syndrome. Her daughter has bad skin and also resents her mother's generosity to strangers. All of their lives change a little bit when they get to know their neighbor's granddaughters (Rebecca Hall and Amanda Peet). Hall is nice and Peet is mean. This movie was OK.
It's Kind of a Funny Story was delightful as fuck.