I watched this with some friends in preparation of a live recording of the podcast "How Did This Get Made?" and I must describe to you the embarrassing process we went through trying to watch this wretched movie. We first streamed it through Amazon, and paid the NOT WORTH IT $3 just to watch it. There was a thunderstorm in our area and 15 minutes in, the optimum internet cut out for the entire storm area. We had to watch the movie before the taping of the podcast, so began the process of trying to get the internet back. After about an hour of restarting routers and calling optimum, we finally decided to call DirectTV and see if they get us the movie via satellite. We then had a very embarrassing and crazy conversation with the woman working at DirectTV, in which we sounded like lunatics who lost internet but somehow absolutely needed to watch the worst movie ever made right now. Unshockingly, DirectTV does not have this awful movie. We're now 3 hours in. We give up, watch an episode of Chopped (which was frankly funnier than this "comedy"), and finally the internet is back on. I knew this movie was going to be bad, but after putting in so much time already I was hoping it would at least be salvageable. I was wrong. For the way too long 50 minutes we had left, I felt what I can only describe as severe second-hand embarrassment for everyone involved. For the people who made it, the people acting in it, and us for watching it. Out of all the movies we've seen for this podcast, this one had to be the absolute worst. I can't think of even one redeemable quality. Run far away.