I liked this more than my wife.
Not exactly for me. This scumfuck, 2010's version of the '80s dirty indie aesthetic doesn't usually work for me. Visually it tries to use neon to distract the viewer from the fact that its almost impossible to see anything happening on screen. I appreciate the energy, but almost every single character in the film is insufferable (except Graham Skipper), so it's hard to root for them. A couple of cool hour gags weren't quite enough to push it past "eh, that was fine" for me