I saw this movie (comedy) on Netflix. About a struggling comedian (who is unknown or at least unpopular). I think the movie was part documentary and part skits. One of those skits is the comedian’s inside his agent’s office, in which the agent is lying to his client about being able to find him work (because the joke is the comedian isn’t very good) and when the agent is on the computer, he’s very obviously “fake typing”, to where the comedian calls him on it and says, “you’re not even typing anything! You’re just smacking the keyboard” (something to that effect). That’s all I remember! Please help!
I rented this indie movie on Netflix disc sometime between 1997 and 2010.
Dont remember what it’s called or anyone in it.
About a week or so in the life of a lonely young man (Indian actor) who is a huge movie buff, he works at a video rental store, blogs his movie reviews, only eats cereal, and loves #DavidCronenberg. He meets a girl on the bus who also loves Cronenberg, but finds out that she has a boyfriend. His neighbor is an attractive, but bitchy blonde that he was attracted to until he discovers that she’s into disgusting sexual acts. The movie ends with a fantasy sequence of his movie review blog going viral (before “viral” was a term) and he becomes an Internet sensation. #namethatmovie #whatmovieisthis