Two salesmen whose careers have been torpedoed by the digital age find their way into a coveted internship at Google, where they must compete with a group of young, tech-savvy geniuses for a shot at employment.
In Glenview, Ohio, Evan is the manager of the Costco department store and married to Abby. When the Costco night watchman, Antonio Guzman, is mysteriously murdered, Evan organizes The Neighborhood Watch, a watch team with his suburban neighbors Bob, Franklin and Jamarcus to protect the neighborhood and find the killer of Antonio. Soon they discover that the murderer is an alien that is preparing to invade Earth, and they become the last hope of mankind on Earth. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
When Jamarcus tells Vince Vaughn that it's a good idea to go to his house for the group meeting he is reading a book but in the next scene the book is gone in JaMarcus's hands and then in the next scene after that he has the book back in his hands. See more »
Beamer, Benz or Bentley
Written by Michael Forno, Juelz Santana (as Laron L. James) and Lloyd Banks (as Christopher Charles Lloyd)
Performed by Lloyd Banks feat. Juelz Santana
Courtesy of G-Unit Records
Under license from EMI Film & Televison Music
Juelz Santana appears courtesy of Roc-A-Fella Records, L.L.C.
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more »
Turned it off after the first 30 minutes, during which I never so much as chuckled once but rolled my eyes plenty. The majority of the obviously intended comedic lines were either vulgar, sexual, immature or a combination of all three. If that's your thing, you might find this to be a funny movie, otherwise you're far more likely to be disgusted. The remainder of the attempted humor involved Vince Vaughn rambling on far, far too long in blatantly obvious ignorance to the task at hand. I know that's supposed to be the humor, but it just isn't. At all. And worse yet, it's just really annoying.
I had higher hopes for Richard Ayoade, who was hilarious in the series IT Crowd, but the gratuitously vulgar and sexual references shoehorned into the dialog significantly detracted from my previous opinion of him. But here again, if you're taste in humor includes jokes about someone hoping to have their balls sucked, this is probably right up your alley.
While I can't say that I've ever found Vince Vaughn's trademark (and only) character terribly funny, Ben Stiller can play a genuinely funny roll. Whether it's a career on the wain or just a bad plot/script, this is not one of Stiller's better performances.
So again, YMMV, but I found this to be totally without any humor, and bordering on painful to watch. I'm less intelligent for having watched 30 minutes of this turd.
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