Aptly framed as a hostage-situation film pitch, overseer Peter Farrelly's hodgepodge of roughly collated sketches starts with a bottomed-out director (Dennis Quaid) pulling a gun on some milquetoast studio functionary (Greg Kinnear) and riffing out absurd and obscene ideas. These include an array of perverse couplings — Kate Winslet on a balls-out blind date with Hugh Jackman, Stephen Merchant and Halle Berry taking truth-or-dare too far, Anna Faris and Chris Pratt coping with a messy fetish — plus other low-joke contrivances by which other stars may show us what they're not above. There's tasteless offensive and then there's tasteless bland, and the... More >>>