It's not desolate in its attempt at humor, parts of it are really funny, but the problem in the end is that it's very generic.
Actually the worst part of the movie is the literal vehicle moving the plot along.
Making a movie about an uber driver is inherently stupid. But it's made worse by how many times they say the actual word "Uber".
"Uber" is said so many times, that when the credits rolled, you'd expect an "Uber Production" credit would pop up.
I'm not staying you can't make a movie out of a "ride share" driver, but when you use an actual company, and you constantly say its name over and over and over again, it shows how…