Hipster moves to NYC to become an artist. Hipster plays to an empty bar. Hipster falls for intellectual friend’s girlfriend who inadvertently becomes hipster’s manager. Hipster and friends remain friends in the end. These are the topics that newer filmmakers find important? As the world burns, we’re supposed to care about this group of people and whether they remain loyal to one another. Bujalski is incredibly overrated and will not be remembered in ten years. Mumblecore is an apt term to describe his films because I feel like that’s exactly what this is: some pretentious, “indy” director mumbling in my ear about absolutely nothing important.