Explores a year in the world of long-form improvisation in L.A. through the eyes of three different theaters; the top of the chain Upright Citizens Brigade, the grassroots Improv Space and ... See full summary »
Follows Andy, who needs to hook up with a hottie, pronto, because he hasn't had sex in... well, forever - and his luck isn't the only thing that's hard. His equally horny teenage roommates ... See full summary »
J. Chris Newberg
Director Vince Offer sued the Church of Scientology, claiming their Hollywood "Celebrity Center" launched a smear campaign against him and the movie, labeled him a "criminal," and threatened his Scientology friends in the movie business with condemnation, which could be lethal to their careers, if they didn't write malicious reports against him. See more »
A man holds up a glass of orange juice during "We Hate L.A.". The amount of juice in the glass drops just before he takes a sip. See more »
I'm into bad movies but this has NOTHING going for it. Despite what the morons above have said, it is NOT funny. I know comedy AND underground movies but this is so boring that the Director / Writer should be prohibited from EVER directing anything but local cable access EVER again! To love movies and comedy is to despise this film. I may never get over how unfunny and boring this work was. If you like this movie you ARE a pothead as sober there is NOTHING here. ZERO! If you need to compare underground movies, see "Kentucky Fried Movie" or early John Waters. The movie starts by defining satire and I defy anyone to show me the satire. The rule for comedy is THIS ... If it's FUNNY you can say or do ANYTHING but if it's NOT funny you are not satirical, you are not edgy, you are merely pathetic and this movie is simply not funny. ZERO!
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