Written November 30, 2014
The framework is essentially a pitch for a movie by an absolute sociopath played by Dennis Quaid. He holds a movie executive at gun-point and forces him to listen to his idea for a movie that can only be described as nonsensical. Most of the movie is spent producing the scenes from this nonsense and it's truly terrible material. For example, Kate Winslet and Hugh Jackman play characters who go on a blind date and all appears too good to be true until Jackman takes off his scarf and reveals that he has a ******* hanging from his neck. The rest of the scene focuses around the awkward moments in a restaurant where Winslet's character is the only one shocked by this freakish deformity. It only gets worse from that point on, but I think that gives you a picture of the tone of the film and the ridiculous nature of the plot. The chance of you waling out are very high. I did.
Written October 07, 2015
Yikes! I have enjoyed many gross comedies, but this is not "There's Something About Mary" by any means. Each shtick that might have made 3 minutes of gross humor is stretched out for what feels like far too long. It's BORING, clunky, annoying, crass, demeaning to the actors who participated. Have to wonder if those who signed on didn't understand the synergistic oppressive effect of all these tasteless skits. What a downer. Please don't be beguiled into imagining that with so much talent this movie has to have some worth. Awful!
Written February 06, 2013
All I can say is if I could have rated this HELL NO!! I would have. Waste of time, money and talented actors. Not even Redbox worthy.
Written March 29, 2015
We wasted two good movie tickets on sitting through this "movie"?!?
-LOVE the new recliners at AMC 8 Courthouse (they're perfect for sleeping through bad movies like this one.)
-All-star cast (but did not use their many talents for this movie.)
-Basically this collection of shorts simply recycles Junior-High jokes (from the 90s.)
-The script has no plot, lousy setting, and I'm pretty sure that theaters in NY probably burned it as Theatrical-Treason.
***If there were a movie for which one would demand a refund, this is it!
Written October 06, 2015
The fact that there were only ten people sitting in the projection room when we arrived -- LATE -- should have been a huge red flag.