Consider the premise: A group of struggling actors pin their hopes on Al Pacino's assurance that "everybody gets their shot in this business," and work at a Greenwich Village eatery in the meantime. Now, give writer-director Ken Liotti a little credit: With a
budget this low and the potential for bitter histrionics so high, his ultra-indie comedy isn't nearly as bad as it might have been; in fact, thanks to a snappy cast and a few genuinely amusing situations, some of it's actually pretty good. The dramatis personae and staff of Peter's Backyard
restaurant include bartender Lenny (Will Arnett), who's up for a part in the latest WAFP (that's "Woody All...