Brief summary: Herman Spooner (aka “Spooner”) is a clueless, immature (but good-hearted) guy with a dead-end job with a douchebag boss. Despite having a lot of money saved in the bank (much more than the average person), Spooner still lives with his parents at age 29. He’s doing his best to live life the only way he knows how… by wearing his heart on his sleeve and telling little white lies here and there. Along the way, he meets a sweet girl named Rose who gives him the benefit of the doubt and is charmed by his naivety and immaturity, because she can see through to the good person inside. She seems to be the only person who can, out of all the people in Spooner’s life. But he makes some bad decisions after meeting Rose, and Rose wants him out of her life. Will Spooner make the right choices or is he doomed to a life alone… broke, with no friends (and possibly even no family)? See the movie to find out. I absolutely love this movie and have seen it more than 15 times. Great, quirky music score, and fantastic songs featured throughout as well. Script by Lindsay Stidham, and directed by Drake Doremus.