Besides some gross-out comedy, including Green grabbing a horse's quite large endowment, the rest of the humor relies on whether or not you like Tom Green's persona. The movie follows him around the whole time as he gets into everyone's face, and while to some it's not funny, to others it's comic genius. He's a lot like Chris Tucker in that you either like him or hate him - there's no middle ground. As for the bit players, I didn't like Rip Torn's performance as his dad at all. He's just not funny. Harland Williams is wasted here playing Gord's best friend, and he doesn't have one joke throughout the whole movie besides getting a broken leg. The highlight of the movie was Marisa Coughlan as Betty, the paraplegic with a penchant for rocket science and oral sex - hilarious! And kudos to Anthony Michael Hall who is still funny as the Hollywood animation executive Mr. Davidson. Oh, and Tom's wife Drew Barrymore has one of the worst cameo's I've ever seen as a receptionist in Mr. Davidson's office. If you come away with anything from this film it will be a few good Tom Green one-liners that will only make sense to other people who have seen the movie.
I was disappointed with the 3-minute "PG" rated version of the film which cuts together the PG rated scenes, but it ends up playing just like a movie trailer. It's not funny either. Also, the scene specific commentaries by Harland Williams, Rip Torn, and Marisa Coughlan were pretty lame too and aren't entertaining at all. Maybe it seems this way because Green's commentary was so good. There are 6 deleted scenes with optional commentary by Green which are all funny. They had cut out a scene where his character Gord gets his kicks by sucking on a cow's teat, and also there's a whole section of the film cut out which involves Gord's gay Uncle Neal (Stephen Tobolowsky) who owns the cheese sandwich factory Gord tries to work at in Hollywood. Funny stuff.
There's an MTV produced "Making of" special as well as a another short feature on the film. The MTV special has a few good behind-the-scenes pieces including one about the infamous horse scene. The other feature doesn't really have much, but it does contain the longer promos I remember seeing where Green stands next to a movie projector and talks about the film. Finally, the dvd is rounded out with a theatrical trailer, four tv spots, cast and crew filmographies, and a promo for the soundtrack which is filled with punk rock and a song by Moby.