Love, sex, relationships, marriage, lies, cheating, betrayal, murder. Yeah, that pretty much describes a day in the life of most men on this planet. But that's what men do -- they wage a war inside against what feels good and what is good. They sin. This isn't to say women don't share in the sinning game -- they most certainly do. A lot. It's just men are the ones that get caught. They're the ones we pay more attention to. We expect it from a man, whereas we'd like to think of a lady as, well, a lady.

I've sinned. Oh yeah, if you searched hard enough inside my cramped New York City apartment, there's a little box of secrets kept hidden from the occasional guest. Not many people know the contents of said box. Those that do, however, were at some point shocked, deceived, disappointed and angry at me. They had to make a choice: Walk out of my life forever or close the box, put it away and continue on with the rest of our day. Sins and secrets. The two make a perfect match. One hides the awful actions of the other. It's the most common love affair human beings have with themselves. And things are swell until the love affair becomes a love triangle. After all, it's only a matter of time before consequence joins the party.

Sins and secrets. The following films are full of them. Yes, I know it's hard to think of such evil when the charismatic Zach Braff is sitting in a tree house above, taunting us with a face full of coming-of-age angst. Oh, but he's hiding something inside that cute, melancholy persona. He's hiding something big. Just like you. Or me. Welcome to this week's Trailer Park: