On the set of a movie down in Mexico, two actors bond over their shared love of tennis. One of them, Danny Macklin (Donal Logue), is a successful sitcom star whose life is spiraling out of control, while the other, Gary Morgan (Luke Wilson look-alike Kirk Fox), isn't particularly talented but projects a zen-like attitude not unlike that of The Dude in The Big Lebowski. Gary remains unfazed as Danny's life falls apart, but eventually tennis unites the two against an arrogant former co-star of Danny's, played by Jason Isaacs. Logue makes his directorial debut with this movie, co-written by Fox, and it feels like a series of improvisations between friends -- the two have definite chemistry, but don't exactly propel the story forward. By the time we get to the climactic tennis match, we wonder if this was somehow supposed to be a sports movie all along. If you're a fan of the actors, it's worthwhile, but there's nothing much else to it. Danny Trejo and Stephen Dorff make amusing cameos.