filled with stars (baldwin, broderick, flockhart, liotta, collette, shaloub, joan cusack, etc.) but sort of a b picture in that it didn’t get any advertising or wide release. it’s a film based on a true story about an fbi agent (baldwin) who produces a film in order to get to some organized crime bosses. i think i actually heard this story somewhere, but i’m not sure if it was on the news or what. i don’t know if this is actually a true story, or if it’s a true story like fargo and the blair witch project. either way it’s a funny premise and the poking fun of the film industry, and those who are a part of it, is fairly funny. jeff nathanson also wrote rush hour 2, terminal and catch me if you can so it seems like the guy has a modicum of talent (although the terminal sucked). it’s a decent movie which you shouldn’t avoid or seek out.