It's kind of fun seeing all these UCB regulars in a movie together, but it feels like something I would have shot in high school. There's no attempt at framing, lighting, sound editing - there are web videos on Funny or Die with better production value than this. There are a few funny bits, but the actors are done no favors by the poor editing. And all of the terrorism humor has been excessively played out (maybe it seemed current in 2004, but it clearly has not aged well). I love these comedians, but you'd have to see them in other projects to understand why.