This is not a film about murder or improper utilization of woodchippers – although it has those too.
Kevin Hart's screechy Ben Barber is a chewed up Eddie Murphy spliced back together with Chris Tucker parts.
The Stuff is a B-movie through and through, even the actors give their performances with a wink-wink nod towards the audience.
Dueling Danny's in Trejo and Glover turn this clunker into something... well, it's something.
Unlike the kooky spin of Last Vegas which charmed through its gentle retiree feud, Grudge Match is out for blood, and spill blood it will.
Screwball humor is rarely this scathing.
It's like one of those 1980's teen comedies on acid, if you also included a good dose of nudity and wild gore.
Phantom of the Paradise comes as quite a shock with regards to how entertaining it was for a fairly obscure, cult movie.
It's not particularly scary or suspenseful so Buck Wild really has no purpose.
The film barely hides the sitcom seams which bore the concept. But, that's Harry's relaxed approach.
It's a lighthearted romp that doesn't have the depth or comedy of Brass's other offerings.
This is an erotic comedy with a bigger focus on sex than the comedy.