I'm trusting a suspicion that Louis C.K.'s Fourth of July, a seemingly smart dramedy about a recovering alcoholic musician (Joe List) confronting his dysfunctional, alcohol-embracing parents during a visit to their home, is a good film. I can just smell it. The usual suspect distributors, of course, are too terrified of angering Louis C.K.'s #MeToo detractors to even think about partnering with him, so the comedian-director and cowriter is distributing the film himself.