While Stephen Baldwin as headliner is hardly comforting, nuanced performances by Alison Eastwood, Suzanne Cryer, and George Newbern make this watchable at least.
| Original Score: 2.5/5
| Original Score: D
This charmless ensemble comedy starts out amiably enough, but quickly succumbs to the triple handicap of poor direction, a badly written script and some alarmingly excessive performances.
| Original Score: 1/4
Writer-director George Haas' debut feature offers nothing as it strains to be funny and provocative.
At least Alison Eastwood and Suzanne Cryer are good at getting naked.
| Original Score: 1/5
| Original Score: 2/5
The gags and situations are but repetitions and variations on dull, ribaldly worn and reject elementary Farrelly Brothers scribing.
An inept farce with the mentality of a tittering 15-year-old boy peering under the bedcovers with a flashlight.
This movie is not merely bad, but incompetent. I get tapes in the mail from 10th graders that are better made than this.
| Original Score: 0.5/4
[An] early contender for most inept comedy and worst film of the year.
| Original Score: 25/100
A movie that operates on a level of such staggering ineptitude that its very existence is offensive.
A cold, stupid bore about people with no goodness, just geniality; no inner life, just impulses.
| Original Score: 0/4
There is no structure or dramatic tension to the film, which is just a bunch of aimless scenes of people exchanging witless, pseudo-hip dialogue.
Downey at least seems to be having fun, but the rest of the cast runs the gamut from bland (Eastwood, León) to downright awful (Schiffer, Baldwin).