Motivated by unusual visions, Tom Green recruits friends to revive his ambition. Yet his lack direction leads to disaster. Frustrated, he stumbles upon the meaning of his visions, only to learn he must let it all go to reach his friends.
Tom Green suddenly begins seeing something of a new groove: visions that just won't go away. Now over 40, these visions inspire him revive his failed musical career, boosting his failing sense of significance. However, there is a problem; his hesitant friends just don't see it, and when they finally give it a go, Tom's lack of leadership leads to their act quickly falling apart. Frustrated, Tom can't move on because the visions won't stop. Heading to the hills to find solace, several close calls with death and a miraculous mountain top experience, open Tom to an old groove he never trusted before, leading him to the meaning of his visions. Tom's friends desire nothing to do with his latest groove though, and Tom's new struggle becomes putting it all aside to keep from alienating them. Tom discovers his real significance comes through servant-hood, and slowly, one by one, his friends open to see things differently ultimately bringing Tom's vision back to him.Written by