FEEL HER QUIET BURN.
This is Parker Posey's show all the way, and anybody who's ever seen her hilarious and all-too-short performances in those Christopher Guest flicks (Best in Show, Waiting for Guffman) will already know that the lady can outright CARRY a film with her deadpan brilliance. Every SECOND she's on screen is a riot, full of quotable lines and memorable putdowns (and I'm from Pennsylvania, although not the Alabama part). But the REAL surprise here is that Freddie Prinze Jr. (Freddie from SCOOBY DOO) and Tori Spelling (from the tabloid of your choice) are also hilariously funny. Josh Hamilton is great too, and I don't even know who he is.
RACHAEL LEIGH COOK AND PARKER POSEY. WOULD YOU RATHER?
And watch for a young (and cute - she WAS only 17) Rachael Leigh Cook as the teenage Parker Posey. I had a feeling this was a former stage production when I was watching it - there are only 5 characters and the setting never changes. But all five actors give their absolute BEST comedic performances, and at 85 minutes, it's much better...and much FUNNIER...than JFK. Heck, I didn't laugh ONCE during THAT film!
MOUNTAINS COME OUT OF THE SKY AND THEY STAND THERE. HEY, WRONG HOUSE OF YES!