Well... it was better than I expected it to be. Almost exhausting in how odd it is. I definitely enjoyed it, and I'd even call it a good movie. Just, incredibly strange... it's so odd to see James Murphy in this, Neil Hamburger was great, and Tim Heidecker really showed some dramatic potential (even though this is still definitely a comedy). I think that this movie could appeal to even those that dislike Tim and Eric or Tom Goes To The Mayor (personally, I'm not as into it as I was 5 years ago or whatever), but being a fan of his style of comedy or at least having something of an idea of the strange shit you're about to witness definitely helps.