A “talking (while walking) head” doc where the filmmaker lets a number of pop and academic philosophers pontificate about life, the universe and everything while they row, promenade, ride in the back of cars, or simply meander around in circles. Loads of name dropping, from Plato to Deleuze, makes this feel far more like a drunken undergrad party than an actual insight into the philosophical process. There are moments of brightness, as the always engaging Cornell West bombards us with cultural references galore, and Zizek is his usual lispy, accented and erudite self, but the rest of the film feels indulgent, boring and dull. A disappointing, wasted opportunity.