A film by Griffin Dunne. How could I turn away from that? I could not, and here we are. There is a good reason that I never heard of this movie before I picked it up yesterday, in the cheap bin, at half off the already low price. Despite a handful of strong cameo names, and a couple decently funny moments, the mockumentary is not terribly engaging or entertaining. It highlights the absurdity of the entertainment world, but not with anything interesting to say about it. I think that on the page, or before the concept hit the page, it probably seemed like a great idea. The execution leaves something to be desired, however. The leads lack a necessary magnetism, and an awkward exchange between Charlie Sheen and Spike Lee, and interviews with Carrie Fisher and Fisher Stevens, are not enough to justify the other 80 minutes of the run time.