Director Paul Feig (Bridesmaids) must have rubbed his hands together with glee when he landed Sandra Bullock (Gravity) and Melissa McCarthy (Identity Thief) together for a buddy-cop flick. Sure, the Oscar-winning Bullock has acting chops, but she's also got some serious comedic chops that, when paired with McCarthy's dead-on comedic timing (which garnered her own Oscar nomination), are volatile. Bullock is the straight-laced, analytical, annoyingly by-the-book type, while McCarthy is a foul-mouthed, street-smart, deranged type. It works wonders on screen. Some bit players get some funny scenes, but viewers probably wanted to see more of Katlin Olson ("It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"), Tony Hale ("Arrested Development"), John Ross Bowie ("Big Bang Theory"), and the hilarious duo of Jamie Denbo and Jessica Chaffin. The plot isn't exactly earth-shattering, but it's a good catalyst for getting the two primaries to work together. It's a crass, crude, and very funny flick that will be appreciated by anyone that liked 'Bridesmaids' or appreciates the talents of either of the funny ladies.