"You're in Chechen cahoots!"
"No, it's a Chechen coincidence."
There are no real surprises here, although I never made the correlation between Larry David and an Ayn Rand alpha male before. Both are idealistic in the extreme and pretty much unconcerned with alienating everyone around them because they're so certain of their convictions. The riveted look on Larry's face when watching a late night screening of The Fountainhead was a pretty great bonus.
On the whole, the famous cast acquits themselves well, although it sure got distracting playing Look Who Showed Up at times. Of course, Michael Keaton was a scene stealer, as was somewhat unexpectedly, Liev Schreiber. Coincidentally, both actors played the most out-there characters.
Seriously though, Chicago is the worst band ever.