Brian is a television writer-producer who has to script a 22-episode anthology, but lacks inspiration. He witnesses a strange romantic encounter between two figures on the balcony of hotel ... See full summary »
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To be sure, Glenn Rockowitz is a disturbed individual. Through his eyes, we see a world of losers. Myopic people that cannot see 2 inches in front of their face, and cause more havoc and confusion than their resolution abilities can handle. In the end, these people are hilarious to watch. Like Spinal Tap and Best In Show, Hacks is an exposure of "real" people who are just like us. Whether we express it or not, the dry humor of these movies surrounds our daily lives.
I laughed, did not cry, and have decided that I like this movie - even if I'd also like to kick Rockowitz in the nuts if we ever meet.
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