I saw this when it came out, and I haven't seen it since. A lot of the comedies from this era are simply cringe-worthy today and difficult to sit through. This doesn't fall into that category, though. I was expecting to be met with lots of insensitive humor and racial stereotypes, and while some of that exists in a broad manner, none of it comes across as particularly malicious. Most of the humor of the movie comes at the expense of the 3 main characters and their lack of self-awareness. Adam Sandler could stand to take some notes from this. All of that being said, it's still a dumb comedy. As a movie in general, it's 2/5 stars for me, but when compared to other comedies of the era, it's probably 3.5/5 stars.