is one of my favorite movies. Because sometimes you need to build a stage in the middle of Texas and have an ordinary celebration of specialness. One of the best moments: Earl Culver (an owner of a high tech computer company played by Spalding Gray
) excitedly relates his revelations about working to his family at the dinner table: "Economics has become a spiritual thing. I have to admit it frightens me a little bit. They can't tell the difference between home and work. It's all become a part of one's life. Linda! Larry! There's no concept of weekends anymore!"