Pretentious, shallow and so unhip it hurts, this satirical look at L.A. pomposity and the evils of consumer culture is crammed to bursting with blinding glimpses of the obvious. Models and TV hunks are pretty stupid. Bands are full of dimwitted poseurs. Magazines
thrive on trashy trends. The level of discourse in coffee bars is fairly low. The '70s are overworked. Popular culture is disposable. Stand-up comics are frequently not as funny as they think they are. Lots of starving performance artists are looking for a chance to sell out. Music videos are
seldom great art. All meaning is produced by difference, but what it means depends on who's looking. And? These non...