It's not often that Stiller stars in an indie (Envy), nor is it often that said indie succeeds critically or financially, but when he does, he tries to step as far outside of his comedic box as is physically and emotionally possible. With this film, I think he completed that mission. He's like no other version of Stiller you've ever seen (or I've ever seen), and that alone is reason to watch the trailer, if not to catch glimpses of the supporting cast: Rhys Ifans (The Boat That Rocked), Juno Temple (Year One), Brie Larson ("The United States of Tara") and newcomer Dave Franco ("Privileged" and the new season of "Scrubs"). My favorite line is actually the last one:
"I'm freaked out by you kids, because your parents were too perfect at parenting—all that Baby Mozart and Dan Zanes songs. You're all ADD and carpal tunnel. I hope I die before I end up meeting one of you at a job interview."