I saw this at the Limestone Comedy Festival with Henry Phillips in attendance, so the crowd (including myself) had more fun with this than how most people will see this (at home/streaming/etc). As a kind of of follow-up to his first film, Punching the Clown, this is a fictionalized version, with lots of actually true anecdotes, of his life as a road comic/musician. The overarching story is kind of just an excuse to showcase his songs and dry humor. Lots of great comics in supporting roles/cameos. The overarching theme of staying true to your self despite opportunities for 'selling out' is a bit saccharine at times, but the humor basically makes up for it. Not much of a narrative film, but worth checking out if you're a fan of stand-up or musical comedy.