Hey, I just tend to like these little indie verite things more than most people. I love what feels to me to be honest dialog and un-ornamented situations, and this style of filmmaking is so rare, I can put up with stuff with a lot of holes, which this film definitely has. In particular, the motivation behind these guys to make this movie is never really explored and is just sort of a lark, which I didn't really buy. Since that's what the movie hinges on, it seemed a fatal weakness. But, I still enjoyed it for the most part. Mark Duplass is great as always.