Rick Alverson wanted Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim to be in the film after seeing their performances on "Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!" because of their signature use of excessive awkwardness. See more »
I gave this movie a chance and watched the whole thing even though half way I was getting very impatient and annoyed by my decision. Apparently, the director's idea was to provoke... in my case, the only feeling the movie left me with was wishing I had not wasted my time watching it. This movie is not a comedy nor a well crafted drama; a list of pointless misogynistic or racist jokes do not make a movie. It reminded me of "In the company of men" and "The idiots" (and some references to a Ruiz film), but these movies were created by talented directors and had an interesting plot. I think the actor playing the main character does a great job. But then again, the characters played by him and some of his friends are so annoying to watch, that something gets lost in translation. In sum, don't pay to watch this movie!
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