Avoid like the plague
Judd from Kildare, 07 Apr 2011
Oh Sweet Lord. Where to begin. This is an attempt at a buddy cop comedy. A paint by numbers, phone it in, where's my pay-cheque attempt. Rule one for this type of movie. There must be chemistry between the two main protagonists. Rule two: A script. Rule three: Actors who give a damn, particularly when it comes to a sense of comic timing. This movie has none of the above. Willis cuts and pastes a myriad of previous characters for alleged comic effect (see Robert De Niro in Analyse this, but much much less funny or well worked) and Tracy Morgan is the "zany" sidekick (Note to Morgan: Acting hysterically for no apparent reason is not funny. Maybe he's manic depressive, in which case, I'm sorry for laughing, but not for the reasons he intended). All in all, a pitiful excuse for a film. I only lasted 19 minutes and 12 seconds and I want that time back (let's call it 20 minutes for cash and we'll say no more about it).
Alan from Dublin, 03 May 2011
What was Bruce thinking of when he signed up for this load of rubbish. They couldn't even get a good funny man to go along with his straight guy but then again it's hard to get laughs with a script this bad. Avoid.
Very good film
Richard from Donegal, 06 Jan 2011
A funny film with a nice play between the two main acters if you like Bruce you will enjoy this.
Good for a laugh
Marie from Sligo, 22 Mar 2011
Not a serious funny in parts and enjoyable
Maura ann from Donegal, 17 Jan 2011
Not a bad film its actually funny in parts