Tuesday, February 10, 2015

See a Special Screening of David Cross' "Hits" at The Loft

Posted By on Tue, Feb 10, 2015 at 3:30 PM

Pay what you want to see David Cross' new film. - COURTESY OF HITS / KICKSTARTER
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  • Pay what you want to see David Cross' new film.

You might know David Cross as the never-nude brother-in-law Tobias Funke on "Arrested Development," but the comedian is really a lot more than that. Of course, he was half of the "Mr. Show" comedy duo with Bob Odenkirk in the mid '90s and over two decades later played the comically tragic lead in the show " The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret." Cross has also already written totally hilarious books and short stories, including "I Drink for a Reason."

Clearly then, Cross is more than just a pair of jorts, and you can watch him prove it again as the actor and author makes his directorial debut with "Hits." His new film, which he also wrote, follows the life of a neurotic working-class dad who accidentally becomes a viral video star after a city council web rant gets him some attention. The dramadey's cast is a geek-out inducing line-up of Amy Sedaris, Michael Cera, David Koechner and more.


You won't want to miss Cross' movie "Hits" make a one-time special appearance at the Loft Cinema on Thursday, Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. As with the rest of Cross' marketing and release model for the film, you can pay whatever you want to see the movie.

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