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Overall this is a very entertaining movie. It satirizes Hollywood, but respects it as well. On the surface it can appear disjointed with its storytelling, but not much more disjointed than real life can be sometimes.

Riddlehoover continues an impressive run of fun yet thoughtful films, and comparing him to W. Yes, it's a short film, but a sweet one, with great familiar characters and fun new ones.