If only our first dates looked this posh. 

In The Longest Week, Conrad Valmont (Jason Bateman) is a trust fund baby who, well, loses his trust fund when his parents cut him off. After he's kicked out of the Manhattan Hotel, Conrad heads to stay with his longtime buddy, Dylan (Billy Crudup), who introduces him to a goddess only NYC could create known as Beatrice Fairbanks (Olivia Wilde). And that's how we arrive at this first date.

The dialogue is quick, the set design Wes Anderson-ian, and Wilde's eyes are downright unfair. Which all in all adds up to a movie that feels good to watch.

The Longest Week is out in theaters and on demand on Sept. 5.