This movie would be good if it wasn't bogged down by being a "Adam Sandler" movie. It has a fun premise, fun cameos (James Earl Jones makes a particulary funny appearance), great makeup design, good supporting performances, and a decent soundtrack.
But, it is still very much a bad movie. It has all the sexist, fat, fart, and racist stereotypical jokes you would expect in a Adam Sandler film. The jokes are not funny and are often awkward and cringe inducing bring down the whole movie. Also, the movie is tonally all over the place, it can't seem to decide whether it wants to be a family film, a adult comedy, or even the last 20 to 30 minutes which feel more like a drama about a mans life crumbling apart.
Overall, a film that had potential but was dragged down by its lead star and the brand of humor that comes with making a Happy Madison Production.