While technically flawed, I really liked the movie. A corporate wombat who accidentally destroys his company has to go back to his dad's hometown to retrieve his dead dad. There he finds there is more to life than 18 hour work days. Semi-autobiographical about Cameron Crowe and his year that saw both the failure of his movie Vanilla Sky & the death of his dad. I think the director did a great job of making the townspeople real and laughing at them but in a familiar way. And Kristen Dunst was great as the flight attendent from hell who gradually redeemed herself.