You could get a concussion diving into the emotional shallows of "You Are Here," whose half-dozen or so Los Angeles twentysomething body-beautifuls get strung out on drink, drugs and each others' hotness.
You could get a concussion diving into the emotional shallows of “You Are Here,” whose half-dozen or so Los Angeles twentysomething body-beautifuls get strung out on drink, drugs and each others’ hotness. A rom-com “Pulp Fiction”-alized out with tricky flashback/forward episodic structure, pic’s aggressively trendy, empty early progress suggests “Go” shrunk to fit the brainpan of a Paris Hilton universe. It grows less irksome eventually, but ThinkFilm Slamdance pickup remains too unironically airheaded for wide exposure. Cast of recognizable cuties should serve it well in DVD release, however.DJ Ryan (Patrick Flueger) loves aspiring actress Cassie (Lauren German), though she just wants to stay friends. During one hectic night in and out of the currently-hottest club where they work, relationships flip between not just this duo but smugly Zen Brit Mick (Adam Campbell), tweakster Delaney (Chris Lowell), older casting director-cum-hitman Tony (Michael Biehn), and Cassie’s equally hawt pals Aubrey (Bijou Phillips) and Apple (Katie Cassidy). True love is supposedly sought, but tale plays more like a lotta hookups among glamorous nitwits, with thesps often striding toward the camera in slo-mo runway style. Prod package is slick; soundtrack has some good tunes.