This is a fun movie. It's not meant to be a 'Rashomon' for the 90's. It has lots of laughs and I particularly love that trope of multiple points of view. This is also the movie when I stopped looking at deleted scenes. Sometimes there are very good reasons they are deleted. They should not exist.
Fits in right with the Spun Clerks SLC Punk Rules of Attraction 90s era entertainment and look. The first story was the real meat and should have allowed itself to escalate further and further, instead the movie gets bored and decides to be quirky instead, the rest is good for a laugh but otherwise not all that gripping; worse, the characters don't learn anything and their shenanigans go unchecked. --PolarisDiB
Part of a school of thought willing to explore counter-culture and shock cinema tropes within fairly mainstream parameters. Whilst its tone is inconsistent, there are many sequences illustrating how the likes of Doug Liman (director) and Sarah Polley (actress) were a 'work in progress' beginning to master their craft.
this is actually a very cool movie. I thought it would be a dull party movie, about the rave scene, and how cool it is go clubbing... but the raving aspects are just on the surface. that's a really fun movie.