Although he receives fourth billing, the film really is helmed by Martin Starr--the actor who played my favorite nerd on the show "Freaks & Geeks". Steve Carrell isn't really in the film that much, despite the credits.
The boss (Carrell) leaves a young employee (Starr) in charge at a self-storage m. Soon after, Starr finds a guy living in a unit--and making himself VERY much at home. Instead of telling him to leave (which any SANE employee would do), he is so lonely that he befriends the guy and they hang out together. At first, Starr looks up to this guy and thinks he's living a great life compared to his. However, as the film progresses, he begins to have second thoughts.
First, I'll watch just about anything with Starr--he's hard not to like. Second, the film is clever and has a nice twist. Worth seeing--I just wish more producers saw this and gave Starr some more acting opportunities.
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