It was really tempting to make this a one-word post: "Don't." And you're welcome to stop here if you want.
But I'm going to waste some words on it. Seth Meyers plays Jake, a clueless wannabe film director, who unaccountably tugs at his ex-girlfriend's heartstrings just enough to get his movie entered into the Montreal Film Festival. The problem is that it's not exactly been shot yet. And he doesn't have any money. Or talent.
That sounds promising, but Jake is grating and unlikeable in pursuit of his narcissistic fantasy.
His buddy, Larry Finkelstein, is played by John Cho, the Harold in Harold and Kumar; he puts in a pretty good performance as the movie's "producer."
But … well, don't.