It's good, but it might be my least favorite of Kaufman's films. It didn't make my top 15 of the year, but it has some memorable scenes/lines. It just isn't as complex as his other films, not as much to chew over. Okay, so it's also not as plain confusing, but I always liked that. The most interesting thing for me is how this continues Charlie's autobiographical persona on film. The main character has fame, but he isn't comfortable with it and Lisa tells him that she has to have a dictionary when reading his work. It seems like a different, but the same, way of looking at the world, personal, depressive but with brief sparks of interest.