This movie may appeal to teens and young adults, but I can’t imagine it appealing to any mature age group at all, and that includes the mature teens and mature young adults! The one positive thing I gleaned from this film is that Zack (Dane Cook) seems to learn that if he truly cares about his job and other people, the rewards will come. Up until then he is in a heated contest with Vince (Dax Shepard) to become the “Employee of the Month.” Zack wants the honor to impress the new girl at the Super Club store where they work, and Vince wants to win an eighteenth consecutive title as he will win a new car.
The movie is filled with gross jokes and very strong language. Most offensive of all is when an adult uses the dreaded “F” word in front of a group of kids. The sexual innuendos are almost non-stop as well, and there is the use of a character’s middle finger. The way for families to truly win is to see something else this month.