I bought the blu-ray for a couple of reasons. Jennifer Aniston and the overall Amazon customer 4 star ratings. I normally find the customer ratings to be pretty close to my own thoughts on a movie, but not this time. Jennifer is the one bright spot in the movie, and I was actually glad to see her take on a role that has her playing a seedy, foul-mouthed stripper because it's such a departure from her normal characters. She managed to make the best out of a very bad script, but even Jen couldn't rescue this train wreck. The premise of the movie should have made for a funny-as-hell flick, but between the unbelievably bad script, and the poor acting done by Jason Sudeikis, it just falls flat. It's not the profanity that the script is laced with that bothers me (when used right, profanity can make a movie funnier, but in this turkey it's just gratuitous), nor is it the constant sexual innuendo that peppers the movie. It's "R" rated and none of that was either unexpected or offensive. It's just not funny. The best moment of the movie is in the outtakes that are shown just before the credits roll when, apparently unbeknownst to Aniston, the director plays the theme song to "Friends" and the other cast members, who were in on the joke, sing along. If, like me, you're tempted to eject the disc halfway through, at least skip to the end to catch that outtake. Beyond that, though, there's not much to recommend this unfortunate movie.
Obviously, most of the people who watched it liked it alot more than I did. I wouldn't sit through this thing again for anything less than a thousand bucks. It was that painful.