Andrew Bujalski’s “Computer Chess” is one of the weirdest titles floating around Netflix Instant. But you know what’s arguably weirder? Andrew Bujalski’s follow-up. On the surface it’s a nice indie rom-com about a tightly-wound personal trainer (Cobie Smulders), a noveau riche shlub (Kevin Corrigan) obsessed with her and her on-off lover and boss (Guy Pearce). But if it sounds like a no-budget god trying to sell out, it fails in wonderful ways. The plot keeps changing, taking hairpin turns that drag us down strange alleyways, jerking us from naturalistic drama to broad comedy and back again. It should be a mess but it’s all tightly controlled, exploring characters who can't figure themselves out. As the most discombobulated, Smulders offers a sweary turn that plays nicely off Corrigan, surely the oddest character to ever be considered part of a movie love triangle.