Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer
There was nothing even remotely positive about this film. It never made me laugh and I actually turned on my onscreen display so I would know how much longer this torture session was going to last. Whatís frustrating is that they used the exact plot from 300 and then decided to alter the situations slightly to make them funny. However, I canít imagine anyone that has higher than a second grade education would find this film funny. And I apologize in advance if Iíve offended any kindergarten or first graders out there.
Is Carmen Electra still hot? Iím not so sure. Itís impressive what make-up can cover up these days, but she is just a few years past her prime. I assume that sheís the only one they could get to degrade herself enough to star in this film. Everyone else is here just for the paycheck, but thereís nothing anyone could have done to make this film any better.
Iíll usually give a film some credit if I think the main players involved are trying, but I think this is Friedberg and Seltzerís big F-U to the general public. Theyíre basically saying that they can take any moderately popular film and make a few jokes and people will pay to see it. They even made it ďRĒ to show that itís the adult population thatís ignorant, not the kids. This movie says more about its audience than it ever could on the screen.
Prepare for Thrusting (5:14): If this had been a featurette with half naked women working out, I would have enjoyed watching it much more. Instead, it was a featurette with half naked men working out. So imagine my disappointment. Itís kind of a spoof on the preparation they did for the film.
Gag Reel (4:16): I find gag reels on spoofs to be a little redundant. This is mainly a bunch of line mix-ups and laughing. Itís your typical gag reel with nothing too amusing in it.
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