Based on a previously unproduced screenplay by cartoonist/playwright Jules Feiffer (Carnal Knowledge, Little Murders, Popeye), this film is a timely story of two men behaving badly and the smart women who rein them in. Jim Rash is Bernard and David Koechner is Huey, two college buddies who reunite three decades later, still fixated on their sexual conquests and needing to grow up. Feiffer originally created the characters of Bernard and Huey in 1957, in his brilliantly acerbic cartoons for The Village Voice, and filmmaker Mirvish performed extensive detective work to locate the lost screenplay. With Mae Whitman, Sasha Alexander, Bellamy Young, Richard Kind, Nancy Travis. Writer: Jules Feiffer. Producer/Director: Dan Mirvish. (US 2018) 91 min. plus discussion.