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Sam and Dave are living the boring life until they are beckoned to Sam's uncle's Island. When they get there (still not quite sure how that worked) they are compelled by beautiful women and a dastardly enemy of the Island. After accidentally convincing Sam's uncle to sign away rights to his island, they must somehow fix the problem. Written by
So jaw-droppingly, eye-glazingly, mind-bogglingly abysmal that it changes the way you view all other movies thereafter. It's honestly that awful. It resets your gauge as you realize the films you thought were at the very bottom of the heap actually have a yawning chasm beneath then, at the very depths of which lies this alleged film.
Now, whenever anyone says ANYTHING else is "the worst movie ever made", I tell them first place is locked up by "Last Resort" and the best (well, actually the worst, I mean) anyone else can ever hope for is second place.
Please take my word for it. Do not subject yourself to this horrific idiocy.
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