Holy Crapola! One of the funniest movies I've ever seen. I was intrigued by the things I'd read about it, though I when the MTV Films logo flashed across the screen I felt a little apprehensive, wondering "Will this be worth it?" And it was. The style of the movie is very sort of deadpan, in the same school as Christopher Guest and Wes Anderson, though a little less bizarre (though a little more, in a way). I highly reccommend it to everyone, its one of those movies where you'll go "I totally knew someone just like that."