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Very funny, despite weak story and some immature jokes.
This movie was very funny. Despite the fact that the story is a little simple, generic, and weak, the movie contains non-stop jokes that will make you laugh, whether you want to or not. The movie does contain some immature humor, like the occasional fart joke, however, they are still funny. The movie also has quite a bit of creative humor. Eddie Griffin is a very funny part of the movie in a hilarious performance. This is a simple movie meant for no other purpose than to make you laugh, a purpose which it does a very good job of fulfilling. Do not treat it like a drama. It is a comedy and therefore it does not have to make perfect sense as long as it is funny. This is definitely worth seeing if you want to laugh and enjoy crude and simple humor, such as in a good Adam Sandler movie(an old one, the new ones suck) or a good Farrely brothers movie.
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