The Three Stooges, unfortunately, falls right in the middle of the pack when it comes to comedies. Bobby and Peter Farrelly are known for making pretty low-brow films, and this one is no exception, although it's a lot cleaner than most of the films they've done. It's also been sort of a passion project that they've been developing and trying to get made for more than ten years. I remember first reading about it online years ago and just assuming it would never get made because of how much time had passed. The best things about the movie really are the impersonations of the Stooges and the recreation of their schtick. It's amazing how unapologetically violent it is (except for the disclaimer at the end, which is more of a slap in the face than anything). The plot is fairly innocuous and the film is less than ninety minutes, so it was an easy sit-through, despite not being very funny. I give the filmmakers credit for sticking to the idea and executing it to the best of their abilities, but I doubt I'll watch this one more than once.