Scott Kaczynski’s review published on Letterboxd :
This is the Andy Dick show. He's pretty funny, but it's nothing new.
Also, it's like a MadTV reunion. There are three cast mates (Wilson, Collins, and Sasso) and you get Adam Carolla (I wonder who he owed a favor?).
I don't know if he looked like that on purpose for the movie, but Dick looks like shit. Maybe living the hard life caught up to him?