Hamlet 2: On first glance, the play that Dana Marschz writes — which essentially takes Hamlet and puts it through a blender to give it a happier ending, involving Dana casting himself as Jesus in the process — is just an excuse for some Refuge in Audacity humour by showing a man rather lacking in talent mangling one of the greatest works of English literature and causing offence by Mary-Sueing Christianity in the process. But one of the more subtle threads throughout the movie is that Dana is tormented by his poor relationship with his estranged and unseen father. Hamlet, as any actor (even one as bad as Dana) would know, is integrally about father-son relationships and the destructive consequences they can have. And regardless of whether you subscribe to the Christian faith or not, is there any figure in history or mythology who has been defined by who his father supposedly is as much as Jesus Christ, the Son of God? It's presumptuous, certainly, but why not resolve your own father issues by using two of the most famous individuals to ever be defined by theirs to help you work through them?