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Calling this movie crap would be an insult to actual fecal matter.
You know when someone smells the rotten milk and says "Oh god, this is horrible, smell this." And then you smell it, knowing it will turn your stomach. That, is this movie. Bad acting, bad script, bad direction, bad humor. The music was pretty lame as was the cinematography. The only reason to see this movie, is to see how bad something can be made.
Eddy Kaye Thomas was okay in this film. McCarthy is horrible. She sickeningly overacts every scene and line. I didn't care for Carmen Electra's performance either (but neither did I like a similar type of role that Vince Vaughn portrayed in Be Cool.) It stretches belief that a studio continued to fund this garbage after they saw the dailies.
There was one saving grace for me. The "Bass in the Butt" scene. For whatever reason, it was hysterical to me. Perhaps because the rest of the film had been so awful and arduous. Most of the rest of the humor in this movie was simply just gross out, and far too over the top.
This is one of the worst movies I've ever sat through. So if you want to experience the rotten milk smell via a film, this is the movie to do it.
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