Opening any film with vintage footage of the Hindenburg catastrophe is definitely asking for trouble, and while director Matthew Harrison's rambling comedy may not entirely go down in flames, it certainly flirts with disaster. Redmond (Kevin Corrigan) can't put his finger on
just what's wrong with his life. He's been kicked out of his New York City apartment, he's lost his job and his sharpie uncle (James Woods) has him dropping off suspicious-looking packages to even more suspicious-looking characters. For Redmond, revelation comes wrapped inside a fortune cookie:
"Your attendant godling has lost her way," words he takes to mean that the terminally jaded flight at...