Either the most inept vanity production ever made or the most deadpan satirical prank ever pulled, this self-reflexive look at Hollywood insincerity, maudlin inspirational claptrap and price-is-no-object parenting stars and was written by B-list staple Tom Arnold. Suicidal has-been actor Bill Williams (Arnold), whose career peaked with his supporting role opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in TRUE LIES (1994), even botches his carefully planned final exit. But that's a good
thing, because it means he's still alive if passed out in the bathtub when his sleazy agent (Henry Winkler) stops by with the good news that he's found Bill a job. Not that he act...