Dennis Haskins is the only reason to watch this bloated, egotistical, self-important attempt at cinematic excellence. Haskins (who is looking pretty bloated himself thanks to an apparent diet of pizza dough and sugar sprinkles) delivers a subdued, enigmatic performance as Bill. It is some of his finest work since his days as Mr. Belding on Saved by the Bell and its followup, Saved by the Bell: The New Class. Haskins fans will not want to miss this obscure, lame, borderline hateful film, because the truth is, he shines throughout its all-too-brief running time. Without Haskins, I am honestly terrified of contemplating what this film would look like.