2014, 100 minutes, color, U.S.A.
Hits is a comedy about a paranoid municipal worker named Dave, his The Voice–obsessed 19-year-old daughter, a wannabe teenage rapper who has an unrequited crush on the daughter, and their neighbors in a small, working-class town in upstate New York. Dave finds fame when videos of his rants at City Hall go viral, and hordes of appallingly well-meaning hipsters from Brooklyn descend on their town to make sure Dave's rights aren't trampled by "the man."
A writer, comedian, and actor perhaps best known for his work on Mr. Show and Arrested Development, David Cross makes his directorial debut with a sharp-witted satire that pokes fun at the absurd nature of fame in the Internet age. Featuring an impressive collection of some of the funniest comedians around, Hits unabashedly skewers contemporary culture into a delicious shish kebab of laughs.
Director: David Cross
Screenwriter: David Cross
Producers: Giles Andrew, David Cross, Charles James Denton, Jessica Latham, Ryan A. Brooks
Executive Producers: Ben Altarescu, Brian Gross, Abe Schwartz
Line Producer: Traci Carlson
Editor: Patrick B. Colman
Cinematographer: Paul Koestner
Production Designer: Sam Lisenco
Principal Cast: Meredith Hagner, Matt Walsh, James Adomian, Jake Cherry, Derek Waters, Wyatt Cenac