"Top Five," clearly Rock's most personal and lofty film, is also the first that feels vital. Starring, written by, and directed by Rock, "Top Five" spends 24 hours with Andre Allen, an A-list comedian with a drinking problem who has risen to the upper echelon of American celebrity only to face the dilemma that now he must be taken seriously. (Allen is best known by an adoring public for his blockbuster turn as Hammy The Bear). So while promoting "Uprize," a film about the uprising of Haitian slaves, a desperate yet flaccid play for legitimacy that just isn't very good, he also faces an impending televised wedding to his reality-star fiancee (played by Gabrielle Union). Serving as the "will they or won't they?" love interest and instrument of exposition is Rosario Dawson, who plays a New York Times reporter assigned to profile Allen in the midst of all this luxury chaos.