Little Fish, Strange Pond (2009)

Action, Comedy, Crime, Drama
Liza Weil, Matthew Modine, Adam Baldwin, Zach Galifianakis
Mr. Jack, who admits he is sporting a fake British accent, a questionable one at that which he will be using this day, and "Sweet" Stephen Miller are spending the day together wandering from place to place in Los Angeles. The nature of their time together is largely to discuss philosophies regarding human life, mostly in the form of Mr. Jack spouting off his pearls of wisdom, while Stephen responds and questions Mr. Jack's pearls. Their discussion is also affected by their experiences of the day, as Mr. Jack provides supporting evidence to his theories from what has just happened to them. Nuggets from their conversation and certain actions indicate that they live on the edge of society in some aspect, they encountering violent or potentially violent acts at almost every stop. What will happen to them this day is also affected by their encounters with a police officer named Tommy, who is not averse to overuse of substances on the job as he investigates a late night noise complaint, the blood curdling screams emanating from the apartment of waitress Stephanie Sinclair, whose current whereabouts is unknown.—Huggo
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