This was super entertaining. A good story told very well. There's some huge suspension of disbelief required in the portion of the film where no one knows who he his despite the only difference in his appearance is that he grew a Van Dyke. Worth watching for lil baby angel Henry Cavill alone.
This is truly one of the worst movies I have ever seen in my life. It's just bafflingly, astonishingly bad. It's absurd in all the wrong ways (though you can tell it thinks it's being "irreverent"). Not even Crispin Glover doing a Pink Panther level bad French accent can save this one. On top of it being poorly written, directed, and (with a few minor exceptions, the lead actor Luke Bracey is charming enough to pull off some genuine sequences)…
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I'm probably now one of the few people on earth who have seen both the PG-13 and R-rated cuts of this bonkers masterpiece. I can say with certainty that the R-rated cut is much better, it flows a lot better, but honestly doesn't really make much more sense overall, which, frankly, is fine. This movie is truly insane and I can't recommend it enough. Really all you need to know is it's a body swap comedy (brain swap technically) where…