If you haven't seen Amy Schumer spoofing Aaron Sorkin, you haven't seen Shakespeare the way it was meant to be done.
In "The Foodroom," Schumer nails Sorkin's tendencies toward overwrought dialogue, extended heroic monologues, and female characters who mostly exist to prop up his male protagonists.
As an added bonus, Josh Charles, a veteran of Sorkin's Sports Night, plays perfectly named fast food manager J.J. MacAhoy. Schumer and Charles make a good team, and they know it.
Meanwhile, Sorkin's Steve Jobs biopic just lost director and Social Network collaborator David Fincher after Fincher reportedly asked for more money and control than Sony would give him.