Not bad so much as inexplicable. You watch in puzzlement.
| Original Score: 0.5/4
This astonishingly unfunny Paramount comedy is burdened with writing, direction and acting that would cause Ed Wood to wince.
Mostly it's shoddy, amateurish, and cheap-looking.
| Original Score: 1/5
Calling the movie incoherent doesn't even begin to describe it.
Funny as the joke may be, it's still only one joke.
Akin to watching a random collection of deleted scenes from a misconceived movie that should never have darkened the inside of a theater in the first place.
The rule is pretty simple: The thinner the skit, the thinner the big-screen spin-off.
A spectacular train wreck of a film where the participants seem oblivious to the dreck they've crafted and performed in.
[Pootie's] nonsense vocab eventually loses the power to impress.
| Original Score: 2/10
Writer-director Louis C.K. (I wouldn't give my correct name either) was named on Entertainment Weekly's "It List," proving that entertainment is in a bad way.
It seems as if the studio thought they had a black Austin Powers, while in fact what they have is more like a black Dude, Where's My Car?.
Its humor tires not too long after the beginning credits have finished rolling.
| Original Score: 1/4
| Original Score: 3/10
Worse than a below-average sketch-to-screen Saturday Night Live film.
As brilliant as Rock can be, this material is a reflection of his shallow, moralistic side.
| Original Score: C
The movie's comic powers are often marred by silliness and stereotypes.
As a big-screen vamp on the cable sketch, it plays itself out long before 'The End' crawls into view.
| Original Score: 1.5/5
A two-minute character-based skit ... stretched to a mind-boggling 82 minutes.
Excruciatingly unfunny...an astonishingly awful movie.
| Original Score: F
It's content to stay at the level of puerile humor.
| Original Score: 2/5