Josh Philpott writes:
The film turned out to be a glorious mess, but I was ready for that. Through the general chaos of average jokes and unnecessary slow motion camera work, there was enough enjoyable material to entertain my inner child. Enough, in fact, that I managed to enjoy the experience. The best way to deal with the film was to laugh at it, and the trick to enjoying/surviving it is to try not to hold onto anything for too long.