Ricardo Franco’s review published on Letterboxd:
The Lonely Island and Seth Rogan are the two comedic acts that constantly deliver. This is a great follow up to the amazing streak of 7 Days in Hell, Toure de Pharmacy, and Popstar.
The music is as always great. The visual direction has gotten better, though I’ve always found it good. One of the things that makes the Lonely Island so good is the quality of its satire. If they wanted to take themselves seriously they could probably release a real album that wouldn’t be half bad. Instead we get incredibly well produced tracks with ridiculous lyrics.
I always enjoy these projects and it’s cool that they’ve gotten really comfortable with the awkward 30-50 min format.