There are three reasons I wanted to see this movie, Jason Mewes, Glenn Quinn and seeing my two favourite universes (The Askewniverse and The Whedonverse) collide. It also helped that both of them played extremely similar characters to "Jay" and "Doyle". With an indie flick like this, I wasn't expecting anything more than what I got, which is a chance to see two people I really liked, in an unlikely pairing, within the same frame. That, alone, made seeing the movie worth it. Plus, as a bonus, Brandi Andres is pretty as fuck. The movie itself was actually pretty decent. Obviously, it won't live up to people who liked the Hitchcock film, 'Rope', since they'll compare the two and well, I don't think any remake of a Hitchcock film will be well-received. Having never seen, 'Rope', however, I was free to judge this movie on its own merits. It kind of drags along and some of the dialogue seems too forced and unnatural. There's no tension or mystery built up and the ending was predictable but still serviceable until they decided to switch the guy who would eventually wind up being the hero. Besides the disappointing ending, however, I still managed to overlook all of its faults and derive some enjoyment out of it. I don't think it's an especially great film nor is it a fitting sendoff for the late, great Glenn Quinn. But you know what, it was worth it just to see him again.