Written July 29, 2009
Tues. July 28 - I just attended the advance VIP press preview of his rib-tickling 1.5hr comedy.
The EMMY and GOLDEN GLOBE awards-winning Jeremy Piven was in attendance to introduce the movie and he came back for a Q&A when the movie ended. We were privileged to be entertained by him - wonderful wit and humor. THANK YOU, Mr. Piven, for your autographs!
Jeremy Piven and his co-stars/cast injected a much-needed dose of panache into an otherwise average script. Their enthusiasm shone brighter than a salesman's smile - everyone delivered their lines on cue with good comedic timing. Zingers/one-liners were plenty - and the one that stuck in my head was him saying "I'm a stallion - and I should be owned by middle-eastern sheiks!". I was chuckling my a$$ off the entire movie!
Will Ferrell cameo scenes were hilarious!
Worth a visit!!!
Average production values.
R-rated - PLENTY of profanity and NUDITY - in line with the movie's 'ambience'.
Actual GRADE: Solid B
Written August 08, 2009
shut the hell up. did you expect a god damn grammy out of this movie. pull your panties out of your *** and calm down. if you went to see this movie expecting great acting and a perfect story line then you sir are a dumb SOB.
this looks freakin hilarious tho. I WILL GO INTO THIS MOVIE EXPECTING TO LAUGH!!!
Written August 27, 2009
Stupid Stupid Stupid Yet Funny
Written February 12, 2010
Piven great, movie just okay
Written August 05, 2009
Partly because I don’t like purposely-“DUMB”, badly-written comedy, I found this lame, self-indulgent film 1 small level above CRAP, mainly because of the WASTE inherent in it. Overall, it came across as sophomoric “FRAT-HOUSE” type humor that could’ve been better done by High Schoolers. It’s a SLEAZY, goes-nowhere, shoot-from-the-lip comedy where the overriding modus operandi seems to have been, throw together some apparently EGOTISTICAL purported “big name” stars, add in a bunch of insipid SEX-related dialogue, and you can create a film that treats the audience like a bunch of SAPS who’ll “accept” almost any sloppy, low-level type movie. As you can tell, I for one became more ANGRY than accepting at the “attitude” I got from this project. It's NOT 'satire'. There’s NOTHING “grand” in this effort: some in the audience chortled a bit thru the film; but I virtually NEVER laughed, because it struck me as a slap-dash piece of SCHLOCK that shouldn’t have been “green-lighted”. Save your $