Between members of the main cast and various cameos throughout the movie, all the cameos which were performed at the different tattoo parlors, this movie contains all 11 members of the sketch comedy troupe The State who wrote and starred in the various sketches on their MTV show of the same name. See more »
Dep. Wiegle's braids disappear and reappear in successive scenes, it's doubtful she would have time to get them redone based on the timing of the scenes. See more »
I was pretty excited to see this movie after being a fairly big fan of the show and I am very let down. I can't put my finger on just what it is that made it so different from the show. Perhaps it's the fact that the show has the homemade "Cops" feel to it and you could tell the movie was Hollywood produced. Maybe it was that the show seems to be funnier and more creative. Whatever the reason, I was sad to see such a good show reduced to such an average and boring movie.
The characters and actors are all the same but they almost seemed to be holding back from the performances they give on the show. The story was boring and not as creative as usual but there were definitely a few good funny moments that kept me from rating movie lower. I just thought it was average Hollywood comedy fare that really doesn't deserve a theatrical release. Maybe I would have liked it if it weren't for all the hype surrounding it.
I guess you should see this if you like the show but don't expect something as funny. It's like a half as funny version of the show that was less thought out.
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