The David Lynch version of an Adam McKay comedy.
For film students or people who want to make films, we all imagine ourselves becoming the next Spielberg or the next Scorsese or the next Tarantino and on and on and on. Yet, that dream rarely, if ever fully comes true.
But then, you have filmmakers like Joel Haver or Dan Lotz, who make movies that are almost no different, if not better, than the movies we hope to make. This film is not technically perfect, but it is as…