All good things must be parodied... some bad things to, and March of the Penguins is no exception the parody rule. Along comes Bob Saget with his straight to DVD release, taking unused footage from March of the Penguins and adding voice over forming a loose narrative from him and all of his buddies, some hilarious, some not so much. The whole Bob Saget ironic dirty humor thing was old many years ago, and he's been playing off of his Full House reputation to give weight to his dirty stand up comedy, which just isn't that original or outrageous. This movie is like the death throws of his comedic reputation. Yes, there are funny parts. A couple. Several times I let out an outrageous, throaty laugh, but after the first penguins start fucking, the shock is worn off. The sloppy voice over thrown over plain penguin footage gets dull. Then they start repeating the same footage, apparently trying to make up for a lack of usable footage for a full length film. This probably should've been the first indication to them that this isn't full length material. By the halfway point you can barely chuckle. By the end you want to rip the DVD from the player and frisbee it into a brick wall. This is a decent idea taken too far on too large a scale, and it just can't maintain itself humorously for an entire movie. But, if you want to see a bunch of B-list comics with the occasional surprising cameo, spout out "shocking," stale, and careless lines for a pity laugh, by all means, give it a shot.