Alexson Philipiah’s review published on Letterboxd:
It starts off rather stupid, but as the movie progresses, it becomes quite smart, funny and just totally outrageous. Tatum and Hill are a delight on the screen alongside all the other wacky performances. It has a very quirky sense of humor at times, much like the directors previous film "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs". There is even some depth to it's characters relationships and the fact that the film mocks this generations idiocy was too entertaining to dislike. Easily my fav comedy this year...so far.